On The Cover
A fair number of misperceptions about higher education frequently seem to pop up, and linger, in the national discourse. In this issue, experts from inside and outside higher education shine their spotlights on 10 of the most persistent myths, to dispel them once and for all. Our first story examines the myth that a liberal arts education is becoming irrelevant. Judging the value of a liberal arts education, even with a purely economic calculus, shows it to be more relevant than ever before.