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Submissions from 2017

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(Blog Post) Across generations: Mike and Ramond, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) An oracle for higher education?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) A timeless mission for the new year, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Benedictine hospitality: “wanna race?”, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Colleges help encourage social mixing*, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Education, free speech and Benedictine Values, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) “Free” college tuition doesn’t add up*, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) John Gagliardi strikes again, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Leaving a mark, making a mark*, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Sustainability at Saint John’s*, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The boys are back: boys state returns to Saint John’s*, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The second Benedict option, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The secret ingredient: Benedictine Stability, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) To speak for Saint John’s—or not*, Michael Hemesath

Submissions from 2016

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(Blog Post) Access, human potential and administrators, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Admissions: now and then, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) America: last bastion of the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Another case for the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Assessment: the parent test, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) At our finest, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Brexit, Donald Trump and the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Country music and the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Disconnect on the value of college?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Faith and reason, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Harvard to punish membership in single-gender organizations, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Higher education and Minnesota demographics, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Hope and faith in the unseen: a reminder for the new year, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Identity politics: reductio ad absurdum, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Lost boys, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Mentors and community, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) More “crippling” debt?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) NCAA athletics: a guilty pleasure?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Once again: academic freedom and higher education, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Pace Thomas Wolfe, Americans can and do go home again: implications for admissions, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Parental promises, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Philanthropic marginal analysis, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Snowflakes and Johnnies, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Social capital and first-generation students, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Student-athletes: oxymoron?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Taxing Yale, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The uses and meaning of tuition, Michael Hemesath

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(Article) The True Power of Collaboration: From Cooperation to Partnership, Mary Dana Hinton and Michael Hemesath

Submissions from 2015

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(Blog Post) Admissions for the greatest generation, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) An admissions challenge: the liberal what?!, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) As is often the case: campus politics are more complicated than they look, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) As the academic year starts: praise for the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) A story about Johnnie character, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Athletics, academics and the Flutie effect, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Athletics and academics: incompatible?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) A virtual John Gagliardi: new frontiers in distance-learning?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) BFF and the residential experience, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Breuer and the monastic vision, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Character and the 18-year-old male, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Character and the misuse of a liberal education, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Character and the modern university, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Counselors and admissions, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Demography is destiny…or is it?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Ethics and public relations: a good outcome from a bad source?!, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Francis effect redux?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) #FreeCommunityCollege: equity and efficiency, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Inside the bubble, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Is college worth it?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Libraries, information and student learning, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Minnesota’s hot, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Mitch Daniels and the tuition freeze at Purdue University, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) MIT looks to the future, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Monks in the world, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Peter Thiel’s unsatisfying critique of higher ed, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) PR heaven, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Product differentiation in the higher education market, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Some hopeful news from our little corner of higher ed, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Student loans and repayment rates: Johnnies among nation’s best, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) That Sweet Briar College: canary in the higher ed coal mine or anomaly?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The challenges of sexual assault on college campuses, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The challenging economics of higher education, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The company you keep…., Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The cost of college: a full accounting, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The ethics of philanthropy: everyone is picking on Harvard, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The Francis effect, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The Gagliardi effect?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The macro economy and educational outcomes, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The narrative, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Thiel’s kids: a follow-up, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Uncomfortable learning once again: coddling students?, Michael Hemesath

Submissions from 2014

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(Article) Conceptions of power among senior women administrators at liberal arts colleges in the Upper Midwestern United States, Kathryn A. E. Enke

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(Article) Identities, intentionality and institutional fit: perceptions of senior women administrators at liberal arts colleges in the Upper Midwestern USA, Kathryn A. E. Enke

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(Blog Post) 77 cents redux, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Academic cloister?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Academics and athletics: another piece of a great residential experience, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) A dark side to residential education: sexual violence, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Affirmative Action: a middle ground?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) An institutional research professional on rankings: McGee speaks, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Another national championship, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Another way to assess the college experience: a caring professor, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Are millennials different?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Are student loans fundamentally flawed?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) A second career in theology?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) A statistical look at the class of 2008, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Benefits and challenges of diversity, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Benefits of diversity on the pitch and in the classroom, Michael Hemesath