Whisper it low: Could Rage, out in bookstores this week, be the first Bob Woodward book in an age that's actually worth reading? My answer: Yes, but only 50 percent of the thing. Only after Woodward, age...
- Mashable - Chris Taylor
Western establishments like Oxford, Yale, Cambridge, Harvard, etc. have been sanctified for their education and guidance for the past two centuries. However, a thousand years prior to the worldwide colonization of Europeans, Asian centers of learning such as Nalanda Mahavihara of Magadha were renowned for their academic excellence. The architecture of the Buddhist monastic center was similar to our modern university towns, which provide lodging and boarding for their students.