President Christopher B. Nelson, of St. John's College, penned an editorial in The Washington Post that sought to defend the value of a Liberal Arts education. Wrote Nelson, "The lens of economics distorts our judgment about the true worth of higher education. The things that matter most in education...do not fit this [economics] paradigm. They are not scarce, and yet they are extremely valuable—indeed they are among the most valuable in human life. They do not become scarce by being shared. Instead, they expand and grow the more they are shared." Read the full article here.