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Submissions from 2015

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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

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(Blog Post) Best wishes for the holidays from Collegeville, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Challenges in higher ed: law school and the liberal arts college, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Changing attitudes toward education?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Chart of the year or spurious correlation?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) College credit for non-college work: caveat emptor, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Commencement speakers, academic freedom and the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Could I get into my alma mater today?!, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Department of Education bumps up against its own education policies, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Does the NYT Editorial Board understand higher education?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Ending commencement season on a positive note, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Externalities and the Saint John’s community, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Gender, compensation and choices, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Good news, the undergraduate perspective and hope, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Heartless economists, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) How to get a job at Google?!, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) “It’s like rating a blender”, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Ivy bashing, part II: the search for meaning, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Ivy bashing, part I: risk aversion, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Marriage, college and income inequality, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Minnesota State University, Moorhead and the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Mom Prom, families and the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) More commencement season silliness: this time it’s Smith, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) No free lunch, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Observations on the “Disinvitation” season, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) On not going to college, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Opportunities will present themselves, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Overpaid presidents and administrative bloat?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Passion versus career?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Paying campus speakers?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Paying for public education: students versus taxpayers, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Perfect information, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Personal attention, mentoring and the liberal arts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Productivity, self-discipline and the residential experience, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Rankings madness, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Residential life, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Rutgers commencement controversy continues; Brandeis joins in, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Rutgers commencement controversy resolved by Rice withdrawal, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Signals and reputation, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Some good (which is to say, accurate) student debt news, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Staff stars, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Starbucks and MOOCs: a natural experiment, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Sticker shock and discounts, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Student debt, continued, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Student debt: graduate versus undergraduate, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Technological determinism in education?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Technology tradeoffs, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The academic job market, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The adjunct dilemma, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The Atlantic asks, “is college doomed?” Answer: no. Next question?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The happy side of a president’s job—thanks Ruggers!, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The Pope and the “sardine can”, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The problems with "having skin in the game", Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) The shipping container: so simple yet so powerful, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Trigger warnings and uncomfortable learning, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Uncomfortable learning, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Wanna build a fitness center?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Why a liberal arts education really is the finest undergraduate experience, Michael Hemesath

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(Poster) Video game addiction and college performance among males: Results of a one year longitudinal study, Michael Livingston and Zachary L. Schmitt

Submissions from 2013

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(Article) Gender, spirituality, and community engagement: complexities for students at Catholic women’s colleges, Kathryn A. E. Enke and Kelly T. Winters

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(Article) Creating my own story: Catholic women’s college students narrating their lives, Kathryn A. E. Enke, Kelly T. Winters, and Rebecca Ropers-Huilman

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(Blog Post) American philanthropic exceptionalism?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) A Saint John's story, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Asking the wrong question, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Bullish on college, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Crisis in the humanities?, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Family incomes versus college costs, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Growth, development and education, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Happiness: faith, family, friends and work, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Homecoming 2013 and the SJU capital campaign kickoff, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Inequality and family structure, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Lindisfarne Gospels: The Saint John's Bible linked to earliest Christian communities, Michael Hemesath

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(Blog Post) Local talent, Michael Hemesath