Notes: Loans, MBA lifestyles, and the 1 percent recovery

Student Debt Grows Faster at Universities With Highest-Paid Leaders, Study Finds At the 25 public universities with the highest-paid presidents, both student debt and the use of part-time adjunct faculty grew far faster than at the average state university from 2005 to 2012, according to a new study by the Institute for Policy Studies, a left-leaning Washington research group. It singled out the U as one of the five “worst overall offenders.” (The New York Times / Star Tribune)

College administrators learning to be sexual misconduct detectives As the federal government launches an unprecedented campaign against campus sexual assault, colleges and universities are struggling to meet a raft of new requirements to prevent the misconduct and handle it when it occurs. (Los Angeles Times)

In B-School, Is That a Syllabus, or an Itinerary? In many M.B.A. programs, lifestyle experiences are gaining on academic ones in importance, as seen in much busier evening and weekend schedules of bars, parties and trips. (The New York Times)

Haverford College commencement speaker lambastes students William G. Bowen, former president of Princeton and a nationally respected higher education leader, called the student protestors’ approach both “immature” and “arrogant” and the subsequent withdrawal of Robert J. Birgeneau, former chancellor of the University of California Berkeley, a “defeat” for the Quaker college and its ideals. (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

Taking on the Student-Loan System Is changing the way student debt is repaid the solution to a multibillion-dollar problem? (National Journal)