Our colleges and universities shape the intellectual infrastructure that influences the way we craft national policy, report and read the news, and understand our history and values. They dangle the promise of lifelong earning potential, but couple it with the prospect of suffocating debt. They drive the lion's share of empirical research conducted in this country -- from military to medical -- but at a mind-boggling cost.
Andy Nash | All Articles
On July 6th, Thomas A. Shakely, a friend and colleague, wrote on the controversy surrounding Penn State University’s investigation clearing infamous “hockey stick” climatologist Michael “Hide the Decline” Mann of any allegations of professional misconduct.