Every year, freshmen at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia get to hear former President Jimmy Carter lecture on world affairs.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Six Catholic colleges and universities have chapters on campus that, effectively, lobby for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), but the well-known multilateral agency may not itself accommodate the principles of the church.
In continuing the tradition of Accuracy in Academia’s summer symposia, we sought to give college students information and perspectives on events current and historical that they are not likely to get from mandatory campus anti-war rallies and college lecture halls.
What we heard at the conference was both upsetting and inspiring at the same time.
One of the highlights of the Conservative University conference that Accuracy in Academia recently held was the image of veteran journalist M. Stanton Evans delivering his talk on the late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R-Wisc., to an audience which included a lawyer from the ACLU.
The feminist movement on campus has honed to perfection its ability to respond to anything resembling criticism, or even inquiry, with military precision that virtually guarantees victory over all in-house critics.
Although in long shot it may look like a replay of the film Animal House, Colgate University’s war on fraternities, in close-up, is much more than just life imitating art.
Observers trying to make sense of what is going on in education today will find it easier to do so when they can see one salient trend: Double standards predominate and they usually benefit the political left.
Teachers are using students, from kindergarten through college, as foot soldiers in environmental campaigns, whether they should be in class or not.
One would think that the College of the Holy Cross (HC) would actually have one of the religious artifacts on display but the only one we could find on the web site was attached to an “o” that is the symbol of the women’s studies program at the Worcester, Mass. School, and of the feminist movement itself.