To be sure, American higher education is a diverse ecosystem, comprising institutions of all sizes, price tags, and mission statements.
The mysteries of death and birth occupy women far more than is the case with men, to whom political and mercantile speculations are more congenial.
Finality is death. Perfection is finality. Nothing is perfect. There are lumps in it.
Women are stronger than men – they do not die of wisdom.
I joke that being a university president is akin to being a pinata. But there are also notions of redemption.
A Leprecaun without a pot of gold is like a rose without perfume, a bird without a wing, or an inside without an outside.
Quietness is the beginning of virtue. To be silent is to be beautiful. Stars do not make a noise.
If men understood domestic economy half as well as women do, then their political economy and their entire consequent statecraft would not be the futil muddle which it is.
I am not a scientist. I have never analyzed the far reaches of the solar system through the lens of a telescope nor scrutinized cancer cells under a microscope.
A woman is a branchy tree and man a singing wind; and from her branches carelessly he takes what he can find.