"One of the assumptions in the myth of the liberal campus is that simply because one has progressive values they therefore teach progressive ideologies."
One of the assumptions in the myth of the liberal campus is

The Myth Of The Liberal Campus

huffingtonpost.com
Bishoy Bebawy
We imagine what playlists William Shakespeare's most famous characters would listen to. Do you agree with our choices?
We imagine what playlists William Shakespeares most famous characters would listen to

What music would Shakespeare’s characters listen to?

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Clare Hohn
Maria Elena Castillo
Happy Earth Day! We picked out some books to read in celebration of our planet. Do you have any favorites? For more Earth Day reads, visit [ Oxford.ly Link ]
Francisco Calderón
If Charles Dickens had not managed to save William Shakespeare's birthplace from PT Barnum during an auction in 1846, the house would have been destroyed when Barnum's museum burned down in in 1868.
If Charles Dickens had not managed to save William Shakespeares birthplace from

Tale of Dickens' fight to save Shakespeare house retold in exhibition

theguardian.com
Ken Ireland
As Earth Day approaches, we ask: are we evolutionarily equipped to take climate change seriously?
As Earth Day approaches we ask are we evolutionarily equipped to take

Climate change and our evolutionary weaknesses

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Fanny Malikebu
Daffodil Azmain Shuvo
李景瑋
What were the events that led to the Russian Revolution a century ago?
What were the events that led to the Russian Revolution a century ago

What caused the Russian revolution? Look to the powder keg of Petrograd

newstatesman.com
Bjorn Arvidsson
Luis Luque
Andrej Ristic
"Race and ethnicity have always mattered in college admissions. But they mattered in different ways at different times."
Race and ethnicity have always mattered in college admissions But they mattered

Harold Wechsler and the Myth of Meritocracy

chronicle.com
Fanny Malikebu
Luis Luque
Ken L. Berry
How did Clement Attlee defeat Winston Churchill in the general election at the height of Churchill's powers?
How did Clement Attlee defeat Winston Churchill in the general election at

Mr. Attlee's Hour

weeklystandard.com
Luis Luque
Jon Maynard
This April, the OUP Philosophy team honors John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) as their Philosopher of the Month. Take a look at some of the resources we've compiled about Mill.
This April the OUP Philosophy team honors John Stuart Mill 18061873 as

Oxford Academic (Oxford University Press)

global.oup.com
Luis Luque
Natas H. Korpus
Once formed, a belief or a bias can remain incredibly perseverant.
Once formed a belief or a bias can remain incredibly perseverant

Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds

newyorker.com
Mike Fusco
Roberto Hernandez
Eric John Large
"how you say what you say matters, especially in professional contexts."
"how you say what you say matters especially in professional contexts"

9 embarrassing grammar mistakes, and how to avoid making them

independent.co.uk
Arun Tandon
Rafael Tauil
Luis Luque
Interested in learning about Vikings? Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough recommends five books about the Nordic world you'll want to read.
Interested in learning about Vikings Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough recommends fiv

The Best Books on Vikings — a Five Books interview

fivebooks.com
Luis Luque
Jennifer Parrado
John-Christopher Pesich
"Experts are going to have to re-engage the public with patience, with fortitude, and with an absolute insistence on empiricism and rationality."
Experts are going to have to reengage the public with patience with

Why Americans have come to worship their own ignorance - Macleans.ca

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Caravaggio Bolo
John-Christopher Pesich
Laurent Beaulieu
What are major problems in the child welfare system and how can the broken system be fixed?
What are major problems in the child welfare system and how can the broken system be fixed

How to Reform the Failing Child Welfare System

wnyc.org
Fanny Malikebu
Mike Metcalfe
Mike Fusco
Fanny Malikebu
Luis Luque
Sarah Reynolds
The dangers of insisting laziness is the cause of poverty, particularly when children in America are highly affected by the issue and when "about one-third of all US residents slip below the poverty line at least once for two months or more."
The dangers of insisting laziness is the cause of poverty particularly when

Analysis | Laziness isn’t why people are poor. And iPhones aren’t why they lack health care.

washingtonpost.com
Becky Davis
Lucynell Crater
Luis Luque
What were the attitudes and convictions of medical professionals in ancient Greece with regard to providing treatment to all, regardless of social status?
What were the attitudes and convictions of medical professionals in ancient Greece

Medicine in the Marketplace - Wonders & Marvels

wondersandmarvels.com
Luis Luque
"The kids almost always hate the idea of performing Shakespeare at first, but by the end of the six-week program, many say they've found new friends and a new sense of accomplishment."
The kids almost always hate the idea of performing Shakespeare at first

For juveniles sentenced to Shakespeare, the world's a stage

startribune.com
Fanny Malikebu
Natas H. Korpus
Luis Luque
The remarkable story of an ancient Jewish family is unearthed after 2,000 years.
The remarkable story of an ancient Jewish family is unearthed after 2000 years

Dead Sea documents reveal 2,000-year-old Jewish family tale

jewishnews.timesofisrael.com
Jon Maynard
Dead Sea Cosmetics Shop
The past can reveal imperative answers about climate change, how it will impact us, and just how quickly.
The past can reveal imperative answers about climate change how it will

Past Disasters Reveal Terrifying Future of Climate Change

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