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  • The Translator has ventured to entitle a “Lay of the Higher Law” the following composition, which aims at being in advance of its time; and he has not feared the danger of collision with such unpleasant forms as the “Higher Culture.

    The Kasidah of Haji Abdu El-Yezdi

  • I have no complaint against the term Higher Criticism, which has a recognized place in literary technical language, denoting that familiar and lawful process, the study of books not for their grammar and style only, but in order to infer from their whole phenomena what their age is, and their structure, and their character.

    To My Younger Brethren Chapters on Pastoral Life and Work

  • Many of them sexualized Moore's account of love, with the gay men in particular taking it to justify what they called Higher Sodomy.

    Moore's Moral Philosophy

  • The personal predilections of Elizabeth might be in favour of what we call the Higher doctrines, or those of Cecil might lean to the Lower; but neither was willing to impose penalties or disabilities for opinions or practices which did not tend either to the anarchism of the

    England under the Tudors

  • She devotes herself to what she calls the Higher World

    Old Rose and Silver

  • Gwendolyn Jordan Dungy, executive direct or of NASPA — Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, says the findings surprised her because most literature describes the millennial generation as responsible, close to parents, focused on their careers and dedicated to service.

    Food and Drink

  • The 24th edition of the Minorities in Higher Education report provides the latest evidence of academic decline among men, particularly in college.

    College completion rate among men has stalled, new report finds

  • And it is essential that the relevant professional organizations, such as the Association of University and College Counseling Centers Directors and NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education communicate with their constituents, as well as find effective programs and become clearinghouses to disseminate the most current information on these programs.

    Victor Schwartz: Caring for Vets in College

  • Concern for the environment is the motivation, says Julian Dautremont-Smith of the Association for Sustainability in Higher Education.

    College students are flocking to sustainability degrees, careers

  • The Coming Meltdown in Higher Education (from a marketing perspective)

    The Coming Meltdown in Higher Education (from a marketing perspective) | Impact Lab

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