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  • Running Out of Time in the Land of Opportunity

    In 1994, when the U.S. began an effort to restore Jean-Bertrand Aristide as president of Haiti, Noel was a grade-school-age orphan, living with his aunt. “I was just a wanderer,” he recalls. His peregrinations often took him to an American military post. “I would get caught and they would kick me... Read article

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  • How These Professors Assign Their Own Books With a Clean ...

    "It was my first year, and I was in love with the university and with books, so I didn't think that much about it, but there was a slight discomfort in knowing — at least I ... Kathryn Blanchard has now twice assigned the book she co-wrote with Kevin O'Brien, An Introduction to Christian Environm... Read article

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  • Weekend Reading: Academic Workload Edition

    About one-third of work-week days – 35 percent – was spent on teaching, including 12 percent for instruction and 11 percent on course administration, such as grading and updating course webpages. Just 3 percent of the work-week day was spent on primary research and 2 percent was spent on manuscri... Read article

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