From the University of Virginia Magazine, a special section on 17 Days in June: From Resignation to Reinstatement. Shiny happy periodicals — read all about it: Fred Inglis on the horn-blowing and the hoopla, the cant and the can-do spirit of the glossy world of official university magazines. How corrupt are Ivy League admissions? Ron Unz on the myth of American meritocracy (and a response). Master of the examined life: Paula Marantz Cohen on teaching what colleges don’t. Inspiration from The Teaching Professor: After 25 years, a newsletter on teaching and learning in academe is still going strong. Todd Landman is the world’s first visiting professor of performance magic. Is student debt a gift or a curse? Philosophy lovers, prepare to be outraged: Should science majors pay less for college than art majors? Roderick T. Long reviews The Victims' Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind by Bruce Bawer (and more). Are “hookups” replacing romantic relationships on college campuses? Emily Esfahani Smith reviews Sex and God at Yale: Porn, Political Correctness, and a Good Education Gone Bad by Nathan Harden.