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2016 November 7 - 12:00 am

Learning Can Thrive Even Amid Desultory Election Campaign

Phatic communication comprises those typically meaningless sets of utterances that may begin or end a conversation safely. It includes, “Hi, how are ya,” “How are things?” “What’s up?”
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2016 May 16 - 12:00 am
Like many part-timers, I work in more than one place simultaneously. This week, I have classes to teach in six different spots, a slight respite from last week, when I had seven. And so, some of th
2015 November 6 - 12:00 am
 Five years ago, in Newark, New Jersey, the state where 2016 Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie has been governor since 2010, a supposed “bold new paradigm for educational exce
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2015 September 30 - 12:00 am
Pope Francis has returned to the Vatican after spending a busy week in America, where he has touched upon one subject in particular that all community college partisans have come to know and love:
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2015 April 15 - 12:00 am
 Remembrances of things past but not passed: Are we heading toward a future or not? The Ides of April are nearly upon us, and there is nothing as certain as death and taxes, except, perhap

Advocates Say Full Academic Load Is Key to On-Time Graduation

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