Who in higher education hasn't heard that students should participate in extracurricular activities to "find themselves"? But what if they don't? Blake R. Silver spent a year at a university he does not name, calling it East State University, to investigate. Silver found that white males tend to gain the most from extracurriculars and that few students knew how to engage in the activities. The results of his research are in The Cost of Inclusion: How Student Conformity Leads to Inequality on...


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