As in: “With Young’s prescient book [The Rise of Meritocracy] in mind, the historian Jerome Karabel has summed up the history of selective college admissions as a ‘history of recurrent struggles over the meaning of “merit”‘” (Delbanco, 2012, p.126).
Delbanco, A. (2012). College: What it was, is, and should be. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
The EC Reads display has expanded to include books on a variety of issues discussed in the summer reading selection The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. From books on the Tuskegee experiments to bioethics and informed consent, stop by to check out a book on these and other topics…..
Come see the First Year Reading display
in the Library reading room and our other book displays.
This year’s summer reading selection is
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
by Rebecca Skloot
The library has a few copies, stop by and check one out.