Originally published 03/16/2014
In which we see the advantages of technology (and its discontents).
Originally published 03/10/2014
In which a walk in the woods leads to a fishing expedition.
Originally published 02/26/2014
In which a student and a teacher confront their limits.
Originally published 10/27/2013
Vaughn Davis Bornet
A veteran historian's advice.
Originally published 02/16/2016
Republican politicians are angry about public higher education in America. The ideas they and their conservative supporters cherish are repeatedly demonstrated by academic experts to be false.
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