He is innocent until proven guilty but his involvement in controversial radical Islamic organizations is a matter of public record.
A college or university’s geographic location in America’s heartland may not lead to a moderate balance among its faculty or in its course offerings.
There is some religious bias at The United States Air Force Academy witnesses told a congressional committee. But would their policies endanger freedom to worship?
When William C. Bradford refused to sign a petition supporting the University of Colorado’s (UC) Ward Churchill, the Indiana University law school professor was described as “uncollegial” by colleagues.
One would think that you could avoid encountering the looniest of academic leftists by attending campuses south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Maybe not.
The roster of speakers who will address Accuracy in Academia’s Conservative University conference this summer is filling up but so is space in the audience.
A national organization dedicated to academic freedom called on the U.S. Department of Education, Governors and institutions of higher education to disavow ideological litmus tests imposed on prospective teachers.
In his Politically Incorrect Guide to American History Thomas E. Woods writes about the victims of communism, a subject few academics care to visit.
Karin Agness, a student at the University of Virginia, created the Network of Enlightened Women (NEW) to counter the radical feminist dogma offered by university organizations.
Is The Nation’s publisher and co-owner running the Columbia Journalism Review?