Jonathan Senchyne


Disrupting the Higher Education Content Cycle

February 19, 2014
Disrupting the Higher Education Content Cycle

Nicholas Kristof spent the weekend reviving the old canard that academics have removed themselves from the public sphere through obscure prose and interests. Among the problems we might identify in Kristof’s essay—there are, obviously, many—is the irony of a writer with the resources of the New York Times supporting him chiding the rest of...
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Losing the Super Bowl; or, What to Make of a Diminished Thing

January 31, 2013
Losing the Super Bowl; or, What to Make of a Diminished Thing

This weekend one team, their coaches, and their fans will lose the Super Bowl. They will take the field riding the wave of a season in which everything has gone right. At some point, however, they will become failures. While one team is donning championship hats, the camera will turn to the expressions on...
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