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The Washington Post

Williams College President: Don’t Ignore the Real Threats in the Debate Over Free Speech

Williams College President: Don’t Ignore the Real Threats in the De...

November 15, 2017

Adam Falk, President, Williams College writes: The problem is that provocateurs such as Derbyshire, Richard Spencer and Milo Yiannopolous are intentionally blurring the line between the two. They have few policy ideas to offer, conservative or otherwise, and little or nothing interesting to say about critical issues such as health care, foreign policy or the tax code.
Adam Falk, President, Williams College writes: The problem is that provocateurs such as Derbyshire, Richard Spencer and Milo Yiannopolous are intentionally blurring the line between the two. They have few policy ideas to offer, conservative or otherwise, and little or nothing interesting to say about critical issues such as health care, foreign policy or the tax code.

November 15, 2017

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BusinessReport, Cape Town, South Africa

A Sit Down With a Pioneer in Education: President Kerry Healey

A Sit Down With a Pioneer in Education: President Kerry Healey

November 15, 2017

Business Report editor Adri Senekal de Wet had the opportunity on Monday to sit down with a woman who has broken the glass ceiling in US education, Babson College President Kerry Healey. 
Business Report editor Adri Senekal de Wet had the opportunity on Monday to sit down with a woman who has broken the glass ceiling in US education, Babson College President Kerry Healey. 

November 15, 2017

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Hartford Courant, CT

Tax Reform Proposals Hurt Connecticut Colleges

Tax Reform Proposals Hurt Connecticut Colleges

November 14, 2017

JJohn Petillo, president of Sacred Heart University (CT), and Mark Ojakian, president of the Connecticut Conference of Independent Colleges, write: As presidents of public and independent colleges in Connecticut, we have grave concerns about the effects of the House Republican's proposal for tax reform in the United States. The Joint Committee on Taxation estimates the bill will cost higher education more than $111 billion over 10 years.
JJohn Petillo, president of Sacred Heart University (CT), and Mark Ojakian, president of the Connecticut Conference of Independent Colleges, write: As presidents of public and independent colleges in Connecticut, we have grave concerns about the effects of the House Republican's proposal for tax reform in the United States. The Joint Committee on Taxation estimates the bill will cost higher education more than $111 billion over 10 years.

November 14, 2017

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University Business

Welcoming Veterans to College Campus

Welcoming Veterans to College Campus

November 07, 2017

Thomas J. Botzman, president of Misericordia University (PA), writes:   Given the 16 years of continuous military activity following 9/11, it is not surprising that a large number of returning veterans are looking forward to the next step in their lives. As a nation, we should always remember their individual and collective sacrifice and courage. Increasingly, higher education is taking a larger role in providing opportunities for our veterans.
Thomas J. Botzman, president of Misericordia University (PA), writes:   Given the 16 years of continuous military activity following 9/11, it is not surprising that a large number of returning veterans are looking forward to the next step in their lives. As a nation, we should always remember their individual and collective sacrifice and courage. Increasingly, higher education is taking a larger role in providing opportunities for our veterans.

November 07, 2017

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Star-Ledger, NJ

Does It Really Cost That Much More? 5 Myths About Private Colleges

Does It Really Cost That Much More? 5 Myths About Private Colleges

November 07, 2017

David P. Haney, president of Centenary University (NJ), writes: In choosing between public and private colleges, students should focus on the best educational fit, rather than perceived differences in cost, debt, and students.  
David P. Haney, president of Centenary University (NJ), writes: In choosing between public and private colleges, students should focus on the best educational fit, rather than perceived differences in cost, debt, and students.  

November 07, 2017

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