The world of higher education as we have known it has entered the twilight zone. Their contours still recognizable, America's colleges and universities are becoming shades of their past selves, The Huffington Post reports. That is especially true of the liberal arts - the spiritual heart of this constellation of institutions.

Yes, all elements of the academy are suffering as public monies dry up and students are bearing the heaviest burdens of a sea change in attitudes toward education that downgrades in practice what Americans exalt in the abstract. There are important variations, though, from one sector to another. The hard...

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