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Robert Jackson says the higher ed zoo needs a Great Conversation.
Ashley Thorne would say "toot-a-loo!" to race-based grouping if she ran the zoo.
How the AQ editors would run the higher ed zoo: "Unlock the philosophers!" says Felicia Chernesky. "Bring on the curfews and visiting hours!" says Carol Iannone.
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Erin O'Connor and Maurice Black point us to Dr. Seuss's commencement address that urged, "swallow what's solid," but "spit out the air!"
The zoo runs on, with Ammon Allred's Seussian verse on what matters in higher education.
By blogger "anotherpanacea," a professor of philosophy in the Washington, D.C. area
Harvey Silverglate ponders
Roger Kimball summons us to call the "spade" a spade, and to seek truth free of "theory."
If John Leo ran the zoo, he'd cancel all courses whose names end in
Conservative crews have left the zoos: here's one more opinion on which to muse. What would you do if you ran the zoo?
Mark Bauerlein's simple rule for running the zoo: have other professors teach freshman comp too!
Squawks, roars, and Tarzan yells encouraged at this zoo.
To free inquiry true would Anne Neal run the zoo, even if it's quite a hullabaloo.
Todd Zywicki, a Dartmouth graduate (like "Dr." Theodore Suess Geisel, class of 1925), gives his feed on running the higher education zoo.
Oh the things you can do if you run the zoo! We asked George Leef what he would improve. What did he do? He gave us a clue.
If Mike Adams ran the zoo, here's what he would do.
What would you do if you ran the university zoo? NAS presents a series of opinions on the ideal portrait of the higher education menagerie.