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The Sickness of Our Universities—and the Cure

If thousands of big donors who give billions of dollars to Ivy League and other tony

universities were to “just say no,” then perhaps grasping deans, provosts, and presidents would begin to wonder whether they could fund any more rock climbing walls, latte bars, DEI czars, drag shows—and hate-Israel courses and student organizations. In short, colleges are now a bad deal. They no longer can deliver on what they were created for, and they simply will not stop fueling things that are not just unnecessary, but downright injurious.

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