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Enslaving ‘Free Speech Zones’

Whenever I read the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, I am struck by the distance between the American creed and American reality, a distance widening wherever I look.

Why do liberal arts graduates, especially humanities majors, suffer from inaccurate and inconsistent portrayals of their attractiveness to employers?

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Recent findings reinforce the importance of small independent schools in the preparation, persistence and retention, and graduation of students in STEM fields.

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Becoming a president isn’t necessarily about amassing the right skills or experiences. It is about developing the right habits.

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Too little attention is focused on issues of player safety and health in the media storm following the ruling to allow Northwestern University’s student-athletes to organize.

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One of the significant problems facing college leaders and policy planners as they work to expand access for students is the range of higher education options open to Americans.

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While most mainstream voices now talk about inequality, it will be difficult to solve.

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We convey information about the student populations teachers will work with, but we don’t ensure it translates into the skills necessary to effectively teach these populations.

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So, we can solve inequality by blaming the poor?

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Here’s how a liberal arts education can help a student prepare for a successful future career.

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