Tag: Universities

In Defense of Imagination

West Virginia University's unprecedented cuts to its liberal arts programs sells the public a university tethered to market demands at the expense of imaginative expansion and intellectual curiosity.

Ahmed’s Good Grief

Institutions separate complainers from one another and from their own support networks. But what if we complained as a collective?

Mission Impossible

The university has been changing, to be sure. But has the proportion of students who want to devote themselves to acts of humanistic creativity?