In the world of higher education, 2013 was a wild year.
Thanks to the Internet and social media, students gained notoriety as the "Deranged Sorority Girl" and the "Drunkest College Student Ever," and professors learned that fat-shaming tweets could affect their employment prospects. On the more serious side, a number of colleges were accused of failing to properly handle sexual assaults, and student debt surpassed $1 trillion and kept climbing.
We looked back and picked the people and organizations that made the biggest splash in higher education in 2013, and are most likely to continue making an impact next year.
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