The Brick: Enrollment equation is getting worse

 

January 4, 2021



When Professor Elwyn Robinson wrote his comprehensive history of North Dakota in the 1950s, he coined a phrase that stuck. He called it the “too much mistake” because Dakotans in the 1880s had designed a state infrastructure that was greater than we would ever need.

The political creation and location of too many colleges and universities became the classic example for proving his point. I...



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