Spring 2018 | Volume 36, Issue 1
Is the University Worth Saving?
How does the state of the university relate to the state of society? We believe in the university as a site for exploration, an incubator of advanced thinking, a training ground for future leaders, and a place where we learn how to disagree. But saving the university is not the same as preserving the status quo. It might require a reimagining of how and why the university serves the common good. After all, if this thread of our social fabric is torn out, what else becomes distorted?
- Editorial: Is the University Worth Saving?
- World View
- Headquarters: Education
- Are We Our Students' Keepers?
- Hospitality in Higher Education: Is There Room for All?
- Can We Trust the Gatekeepers?
- Heterodoxy to the Rescue
- The Modest University
- A University for the Sake of the World
- Marilynne Robinson's Apologia Gloriae
- The Commons: Renewal of Higher Education Starts in Kindergarten