Straightjacketed by Gender Roles?

By Max Dehon, Paul A. Djupe, and Maggie Miller (in alphabetical order) A cornerstone principle of a liberal arts education is that individuals are encouraged to take ownership of their own success through the freedom to develop and shape their own futures. One might say that this fosters an environment where no individual’s future is…

Does Involvement Have a Price Tag?

Exploring the Relationship Between Wealth and Involvement Type & Quality at Denison  By Tim Dowling & Paul A. Djupe We’ve all been there. Whether it be at graduation, an informal Slayter meeting, or a reception at Monomoy, we’ve all heard President Adam Weinberg’s remarks on student involvement. Adam praises involvement, saying that it is one…

The Classroom – Schoolhouse of Democracy?

By Paul A. Djupe [photo credit: I took the photo in fall 2016 on the quad, but I don’t know who drew this – anyone want to take credit?] My species, the one that stands at the front and brings markers to class, is frequently touting the benefits of education for democracy: the educated are…