Noted black economist at George Mason University, Walter E. Williams, gives his take on why Baltimore is an example of failed economic policies. First part of his two-part interview:
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
FERPA (or the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) is commonly used to hide information from the public, but this time, the University of Texas-Austin can’t stop a scandal from ballooning in the public eye….
As the College Fix reported: “Two high schools in Fargo, North Dakota, have officially approved student-run pro-life clubs after months of roadblocks that seemed to be related to worries about religion in school.”
The University of California-San Diego has three sexual harassment policies in place that would have been appropriate in this situation, where a professor had students take final exams while naked.
Sounds very illegal and wrong to me: “The University of Colorado-Boulder paid $825,000 last summer to a student who claimed she was retaliated against after reporting a sexual assault.” “It paid just $290,000 this week…
Wait, this is a history course? And it doesn’t mention the two history-altering world wars?
In a recent lecture at the Family Research Council (FRC), Ryan McPherson, an associate professor of history at Bethany Lutheran College, claimed that no-fault divorces played a pivotal role in the culture wars. Even though…
Really? You’re suing your university because you can’t pass a nursing course?! This is what happened at Misericordia University.
As Campus Reform reported: “The California Assembly’s Higher Education Committee has rejected a bill that would have protected religious student groups from persecution at the state’s public universities.” “Assembly Bill 1212, which was introduced by…
Aww, got your feelings hurt? The college administrators at University of Colorado-Boulder have you covered.