Our correspondent responds to a critique of her work.
A reader critiques our correspondent’s story on high school textbook bias.
With the book now moving from “college best seller” to required classroom reading, we thought that we would offer some background information on The Da Vinci Code.
These America bashers, many of them now middle-aged, are part of the mainstream culture – “in the top ranks of the nation’s intelligentsia and cultural elite – professors at leading universities,” where they have the power, 24/7, to mold our country’s most precious assets – the next generation of leaders.
Ben Shapiro’s new book, Porn Generation, may serve to expose a generational divide. Subtitled How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future, the book’s more lurid details might leave many in Shapiro’s age bracket (21) nonplussed but the middle-aged among us aghast.
One of the remarkable aspects of the War on Terror is the degree to which those who sympathize with movements with which the United States is in armed military conflict operate openly in America.
A student discovers an anti-Israel bias in her high school history book.
The recent book, Out of Ivy, gives an inside account of what happens when a student goes ivy.
Written as if in a weekend over spring break, Chloe Does Yale is a hot pink and boring fairy tale that chronicles the school days of an insecure coed who moonlights as a sex columnist for the college paper.
Ross Douthat’s Privilege is the latest in what is becoming an increasingly crowded genre, young conservative authors recalling their college days and offering numerous and insightful criticisms of their alma maters.