Month: October 2020

Between Pandemic and Protest: The future of the liberal arts in higher education
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Between Pandemic and Protest: The future of the liberal arts in higher education

COVID-19 has been apocalyptic for higher education, presenting a cliff made still taller by a powerful protest movement. Both events have intensified pressures long squeezing the survival of the liberal arts as a viable educational model, highlighting both the urgency and the elusiveness of moral formation in a twenty-first century education. How might those invested in preserving […]

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