Scott R. Bauries (Kentucky): Individual Academic Freedom: An Ordinary Concern of the First Amendment. Joseph A Cernik (Lindenwood): Guns, Campus, and the Courts. Richard L. Pate (Sacred Heart): MOOCs and Modern Democracies. From The Atlantic Monthly, Caitlin Flanagan on the dark power of fraternities: A yearlong investigation of Greek houses reveals their endemic, lurid, and sometimes tragic problems — and a sophisticated system for shifting the blame (and a special report on fraternity life). It took 50 years, but the University of Alabama has finally embraced integration. Colorblind notion aside, colleges grapple with racial tension. Dave Levinthal goes inside the Koch brothers' campus crusade: The billionaire industrialists aren’t just investing in politicians, but also young hearts and minds. Tennessee’s Bryan College is forcing its faculty to swear they believe Adam and Eve existed. Sexual assault at God's Harvard: Patrick Henry College was supposed to be a safe place — for these young women, it wasn't. Suzanne Mettler on college, the great unleveler. Is college worth it? Too many degrees are a waste of money — the return on higher education would be much better if college were cheaper. How much is too much to spend on college? One study has an answer. What college will leave you poorest? Jordan Weissmann investigates. The perfect lobby: Too many for-profit colleges leave their students mired in debt and facing grim job prospects — so why doesn’t the government turn off the tap? Dear college, quit asking me for money: Graduates can't find work — so why won't their alma maters quit calling?