The word 'campus' comes from the Latin word for 'field.' Classical literature enjoined students to seek truth in 'the groves of Academe
True philosophy is flinted on the streets, not in the groves of academe
Graduate programs must disabuse students from such fictions, discourage them from overspecialization, and instead train students for a wider range of employment opportunities in academia and beyond: teaching at community colleges, working for non-profits, or finding employment beyond the groves of academe
in the private sector.
Mapping Irish Theatre: Theories of Space and Place is a rare beast in the groves of academe
: a readable, intelligent and thought provoking book that is accessible to both students and teachers.
But fortunately, in most cases the real world moves on despite the efforts of those of us in the groves of academe
to pretend it doesn't exist.
Although musical comedy became her first love, she enjoyed her three years in the groves of academe
and wanted more.
This, for a while, united the sons of toil with the soft-palmed Marxists, who were already plucking fruit along the groves of academe
Second, a Professor Johnston has written from the Groves of Academe
complaining about the absence of academic geography in the magazine (Editor's letter).
Peate is a writer who wears her intelligence lightly, taking you on an entertaining romp around an archaeological dig, Winchester Cathedral, the groves of Academe
, and the art of forensic reconstruction.
Often viewed as an "academic first and film critic second, Wood has provided a model for film scholars to follow in communicating beyond the groves of academe
. He remains Canada's most respected film critic, famed for his Hitchcock studies as well as how his own coming out as a gay man marked a shift in his critical perspective.
Collins proves that if a tree falls in the groves of academe
and no one is there to hear it or see it fall, it will still get deconstructed and analyzed to death." ROBERT ALLEN PAPINCHAK
Business interests have been grazing in the groves of academe
for at least a century, and their presence has always troubled people concerned with academic freedom and the ability of institutions of higher learning to pursue research unfettered by the dictates of profit-seeking.
If these incidents were just matters of yet another faculty member falling victim to the ludicrously bitter internecine feuds over ephemera that flare so frequently in the Groves of Academe
, they would not deserve the newspaper industry's attention.
Meanwhile, over in the groves of academe
, Native-American activist Ward Churchill was disinvited from a speaking engagement at Hamilton College because of an essay in which he called the CIA office workers who died in the World Trade Center "little Eichmanns." Not to be outdone, Bill O'Reilly, in a column on his website, called the entire tenure system "a dastardly con that protects teachers for life.
Or maybe in the groves of academe
, not all offensive speech is created equal.