Archive | October, 2020

Blah, Blah… Confirmation Hearings… Blah, Blah

Pundits across the political spectrum have debated whether the Senate should have proceeded with the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett.  Liberals point to the refusal of Republicans to even consider President Obama’s nominee, Merrick Garland, months before an election and the fact that no nominee has been considered so close to an election.  Republicans […]

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Turning a Page on Higher Education?

Before COVID-19, I occasionally would go to the library, check out a book, sit under the vaulted ceiling of its spacious reading room and get lost in the printed page. Even then, there was a “going-on-a-field-trip” quality to this experience; a respite from my daily routine during the school year. It may seem odd to […]

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