A high SAT, GPA and a dedication to some (liberal) cause is all you need to be admitted to college these days.
The Global Education Conference held at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. last month was used to teach educators how to bring global issues into the classroom. But, when it came time to practice the logistics of coordinating a debate the political opinions of the teachers could not be suppressed.
Harvey Mansfield offered his insights into the Lawrence Summers affair at Harvard.
At Penn State last week, art was under fire for intolerance and harassment.
Do universities really need more money or are they simply flushing too much down the drain?
The University of Oregon’s president claims he didn’t do anything about the defiling depictions of Christ in the school newspaper because it is not school owner or controlled, but it is school funded.
Studies show sharing your professors viewpoint can boost your grades, but even the study must be spun to prevent the word from getting out.
A student newspaper at the University of Oregon published pornographic pictures of Jesus in their March issue.
Horowitz points the finger at a handful of professors who teach at Catholic colleges and universities in his new book The Professors.
If schools aren’t protecting the academic freedoms of students, is it right for the legislators to get involved?