By By MICHAEL GONCHAR

We have dropped a word in each of the first six paragraphs. Can you choose the best word for each blank?

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By By SHANNON DOYNE

Why does Russia deny Ukraine’s allegations of an invasion by Russian troops?

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By By FRANK LONGO

Test your knowledge of ways to say “thank you” around the world by playing our crossword.

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By Jake New

While it remains a beloved bit of visual smack-talk for many football fans, some students and faculty say the University of Iowa’s pink visitors’ locker room is sexist and discriminatory.

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The U. of Iowa’s visitor locker room

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By Colleen Flaherty

Professors at discipline’s annual meeting consider how they hire faculty members.

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By Jack Grove for Times Higher Education

Oral exams can be used to promote academic integrity in countries where students don’t hesitate to cheat, paper argues.

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By Elizabeth Redden

New analysis of visa approvals provides city-level data on international students’ comings and goings.

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Hometowns of international students in the U.S., 2008-12.

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By Charlie Tyson

For-profit company declares bankruptcy and starts closing campuses, leaving states scrambling and students scattered.

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Anthem headquarters

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By By THE LEARNING NETWORK This word has appeared in 74 New York Times articles in the past year.

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By University of Venus

A new academic year.

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By Matt Reed

California’s new innovation fund.

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By Hanna Peacock

A guide to keeping your computer files safe in case of unexpected hard-drive failure.

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By Joshua Kim

What novels did you read this summer?

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By Rosemarie Emanuele

Truth in advertising.

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Vivian Maguire
With the guest journal exercise, a literary show-and-tell taps into students’ passions, gives them agency, and helps develop their thinking on a variety of subjects.

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By G. Rendell

It’s not what the scientists say, it’s what average people hear and read.

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By Anne OBrien

Anne OBrien
What’s the current public attitude towards public schools? Anne O’Brien discusses the 2014 Gallup Poll findings and ponders positive ways the data can be used by teachers and schools.

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By Lisa M – 44311

Lisa Mims
It’s critical to keep bias out of the classroom, where no student deserves to be judged by his or her race, socioeconomic class, or gender.

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By By KATHERINE SCHULTEN One dozen new innovations to make life easier, from the Aug. 28, 1967 New York Times.

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By Mark Phillips

Mark Phillips
Our relationship with nature is essential to who we are, which is why wilderness experiences are (or should be) part of every young person’s education.

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By By THE LEARNING NETWORK This Reader Idea get students thinking, talking and writing about their own approaches to skills like brainstorming and collaboration.

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By By SHANNON DOYNE

What are the results of recent studies of people who look alike but are not related?

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By Matt Reed

Keeping obligations.

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By By FRANK LONGO

Test your knowledge of paleontology by playing our crossword.

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By Charlie Tyson

Unsure about accepting research funding from a morally contentious source? An ethicist weighs in.

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Ethicist Cynthia Jones (center) with Lawrence Gelman (right), a Tea Party activist and one of her funders.

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By Scott Jaschik

Professor at Coastal Georgia revises syllabus amid uproar that the college says didn’t really reflect what was going on.

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By Ry Rivard

In a recent survey, college presidents report their interest in giving students an education that leads to a job, but many admit their institutions are not yet very effective at doing so.

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By Paul Fain

California’s Democratic leaders have taken a gentler approach in push for the state’s colleges to get creative with online courses, including with a $50 award fund.

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By Michael Stratford

Federal attention to colleges’ handling of sexual assaults is spilling over to a handful of statehouses, where lawmakers are proposing new legislation to curb incidents and looking to convene best practices.

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Connecticut Gov. Dannel Molloy after signing legislation on campus sexual assaults

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By By THE LEARNING NETWORK This word has appeared in 91 New York Times articles in the past year.

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