The most divisive issue in higher education bears an eminently respectable name: Ramsay. When healthcare magnate and medical philanthropist Paul Ramsay died in 2014 he left the bulk of his fortune — $3 billion — to charity.
The Paul Ramsay Foundation uses the money to support worthy causes such as suicide prevention, indigenous eye care, and child health research. It also has an education program that funds disadvantaged schools in Tasmania. And then there’s Western civ.
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