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There Is No Excuse for How Universities Treat Adjuncts | The Atlantic | September 2015 Students are paying higher tuition than ever. Why can’t more of that revenue go to the people teaching them?

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The Needless Complexity of Academic Writing | The Atlantic | October 2015 A new movement strives for simplicity.

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When Schools Overlook Introverts | The Atlantic | September 2015 As the focus on group work and collaboration increases, classrooms are neglecting the needs of students who work better in quiet settings.

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The Coddling of the American Mind | The Atlantic | August 2015 In the name of emotional well-being, college students are increasingly demanding protection from words and ideas they don’t like. Here’s why that’s disastrous for education—and mental health.

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The Brontosaurus Would Like to Know: What Is a Species, Really? | The Atlantic | April 2015 A new paper reverses the 1903 demotion of the beloved dinosaur genus—and calls into question the way we classify the natural world.

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The Return of Tyler Durden | The Atlantic | April 2015 Nearly 20 years after the novel’s release, Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Clubantagonist is back—in comic-book form.

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Is ‘Progress’ Good for Humanity? | September 2014 | The Atlantic Rethinking the narrative of economic development, with sustainability in mind.

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A Truly Devastating Graph on State Higher Education Spending | The Atlantic | March 2013 The chart below from the Center On Budget and Policy Priorities estimates how much each of the 50 states has slashed per-student funding for its university systems since the start of the recession, adjusted for inflation. In Arizona, where the cuts were the deepest, funding

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