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Blackface

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On November 16, 2011
Great to know that the hilarity of blackface remains popular at some of our nation’s finer sororities and fraternities! And I thought we lived in a post-racial society! In all seriousness, this brings up a couple of more substantial points. First, it’s not like kids haven’t seen blackface on Saturday Night Live before. At least […]

The Administration War on Faculty

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On September 23, 2011
We don’t often think of professors as the most proletarianized of workforces; professors don’t usually think of themselves this way. But professors have been on the defensive against college and university administration for years and it is getting worse and the anti-union fanatics grow stronger. The administration at Bowling Green State University in Ohio went […]

Peak Law School Admissions?

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On March 27, 2011
Annie Lowery reports that the market may finally be responding to the overproduction of law degrees. Obviously, there’s nothing unusual about the overproduction of a graduate degree; law school is just a little unusual because it still holds a certain reprutation for practicality that exceeds reality. I was interested that when my sister decided to […]
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