Academia has become a servant of the status quo. Its malaise runs so much deeper than tuition fees Are the humanities about to disappear from our universities? The question is absurd. It would be like
In New York City's East Village, there are a number of hole-in-the-wall spots that advertise sushi at 50 percent off. But I can never bring myself to sample the goods. We're talking about a delicacy flown
The word "adjunct" carries the suggestion of "optional extra". Indeed the dictionary I consulted defines it as "something added to another thing but not essential". But in the US, adjunct faculty members
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Five historically black colleges and universities are taking bold steps to preserve the environment and build healthier communities for African-Americans throughout the United States. From growing organic
Rajeev Syal and Matthew Weaver The body that represents Britain's universities has withdrawn guidance on the gender segregation of audiences in lectures and debates after an intervention from David Cameron.
The black students at University of California, Los Angeles, sent a strong message about diversity at their school. Namely, the fact that there isn't much when it comes to African-American males, a troubling