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Education As Business

 In the spirit of self-promotion, which is all the rage these days,  I post here a piece that will appear in my upcoming book. It is a post from a few years back which develops the theme suggested in the rather cryptic note I posted recently after learning that the University of Wisconsin offered graduate degrees in glass blowing! 1,161 more words

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Chronicle of Higher Education Review: Initial Finishes

Chronicle of Higher Education Review : “Initial Finishes” (2017-09-22)


Constructed By: Randall J. Hartman
Edited By: Brad Wilber
Source: CHE Website.

Theme: Initial Finishes
Each theme answer has a phrase in the beginning and a phonetic word at the end that initializes the previous two words. 433 more words

Puzzle Reviews

Chronicle of Higher Education Review: United Nations

Chronicle of Higher Education Review : “United Nations” (2017-09-15)


Constructed By: Gordon Johnson
Edited By: Brad Wilber
Source: CHE Website.

We have a note with this one: 402 more words

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Chronicle of Higher Education Review: Leading (W)edge

Chronicle of Higher Education Review : “Leading (W)edge” (2017-09-08)


Constructed By: Jacob Stulberg
Edited By: Brad Wilber
Source: CHE Website.
Theme: Research Triangle Universities
The gimmick present here according to 7-A and 66-A includes rebuses featuring the North Carolina schools in the area known as the “Research Triangle”. 536 more words

Puzzle Reviews

Chronicle of Higher Education Review: Getting One's Outrage Across

Chronicle of Higher Education Review : “Getting One’s Outrage Across” (2017-09-01)


Constructed By: Joon Pahk
Edited By: Brad Wilber
Source: CHE Website.
Theme: United States Historical Scandals… 823 more words

Puzzle Reviews

The Great Alt-Right Pile-On of Tommy Curry

Philosophy professor Tommy Curry’s work (and part of the reason Texas A&M hired him) asks, in part, whether violence is politically necessary for dismantling white supremacy — an exploration of “violent resistance in the context of American racism ‘not as a call to arms, but as an open-ended political question.'” A frequent guest on a friend’s radio show, it was only… 209 more words

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The Top 5 Longreads of the Week

This week, we’re sharing stories from Steve Kolowich; Stephanie Clifford and Jessica Silver-Greenberg; Taffy Brodesser-Akner; Carolyn Murnick; and Jamie Lauren Keiles.

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