I just stumbled into Critical Mass, a blog by Erin O'Connor of the University of Pennsylvania. "One way or another," Erin has "been an academic all [her] adult life." Here's how she describes her blog's mission:
All those years of immersion -- and particularly the years spent working in academe -- convinced me that something is deeply wrong with higher education in the U.S. . . . . The purpose of Critical Mass is to track moments of monumental malfeasance on campus -- whether administrative, pedagogical, or scholarly; practical or ideological; individual or collective -- and to reflect on what they mean for the future of education, intellect, free inquiry, and philosophical diversity in the U.S.There's plenty on Erin's blog to stimulate thought among readers of MoneyLaw.