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The Capstone
Tim Muldoon Nov 24, 2015
I place before you two quotes: one from a Columbia scholar who has studied American higher education, the other from Pope Francis.1. First, Andrew Delbanco, from his book The Real American Dream, a co...
Tim Muldoon Nov 12, 2015
Nicholas Kristof reflects intelligently on the problems faced by campuses like the University of Missouri and Yale, highlighting the balance between free speech and the embrace of pluralism. Of these ...
The Capstone
Tim Muldoon Oct 16, 2015
 I am reading a fine collection of essays entitled Christianity and the Disciplines, which invites scholars from many fields to address two questions: Methodologically, what shifts might occur in your...
Tim Muldoon Sep 16, 2015
From general to really specific, here are eleven Pope Francis facts!
The Capstone
Tim Muldoon Sep 14, 2015
Xavier University of Louisiana produces more black medical school students than any other institution in the United States. More than big state schools, prestigious private schools, more than anyone. ...
Tim Muldoon Sep 08, 2015
In his address to theologians in Argentina, Pope Francis said this:The theologian is a prophet. One of the great challenges posed in the contemporary world is not only the ease with which one can do w...
Tim Muldoon Aug 04, 2015
There's a recent fascinating story of a rising high-school freshman whose work exposed a professor's myth. Ben Collins explains :In 2002, University of Illinois-Chicago history professor Richard J. Je...
Tim Muldoon Jul 08, 2015
Yesterday Pope Francis gave an address to representatives of schools and universities at the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador. Following is an excerpt which draws from his recent encyclical o...
The Capstone
Tim Muldoon Jun 25, 2015
Colleen Flaherty of Inside Higher Ed recently interviewed Tim Clydesdale, professor of sociology at the College of New Jersey and author of the 2007 book The First Year Out: Understanding American Tee...
Tim Muldoon Jun 16, 2015
In the 1970s, while browsing in a Harvard Square bookstore, I found a thin volume with the intriguing title Guide for the Perplexed, a title similar to the title of the famous text of the medieval Jew...
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