One sign of feminism’s irrelevancy, young women seem more eager to read Meg Cabot than Sandra Cisneros.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Adopting international laws here in the U.S. could be a not too distant reality if law school trends are correct.
A Boston College one donor is upset with the BC professor who tried to block Condi Rice’s honorary degree.
Two brothers, same tree?
Who is really attending the yearly MLA convention?
Alleged hate crimes bother UNC-Chapel Hill’s administrators more than the terrorist attack by one student driving into a group of people.
Many of the same professors pushing activism in college classrooms, deny that a political bias exists in academia.
Taking “pictures” of the professoriate, one subject at a time.
What does Boston College’s protest of Condi’s invitation to speak at commencement say about the institution’s Catholicism?
When yet another distinguished (read, tenured) academic emerges from the Ivory Tower to defend institutions of higher learning from their, mostly, external, critics, that professor usually proves to be the latest poster child for what is wrong with American colleges and universities today.