Hello and happy Friday! This week we’ve got social science research on first-generation students and the crisis in higher education, new research on how anti-immigrant groups exaggerate immigration projections, and sociological perspectives on the civil rights case, Loving v. Virginia.
“Push for Completion May Harm First-Generation Students,” by Jean Marie DeOrnellas. In response to University of Wisconsin-Superior’s recent decision to cut academic programs, we rounded up research to discuss how these decisions may affect first-generation students.
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- Cyborgology reflects on technology in India, paywalls in academia, and Amazon’s second headquarters.
- Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies discusses the problem with comparing Hitler to a bully.