Seven progressive students at Hampton University who are facing the threat of expulsion will come before administrators in a hearing against them at 9 a.m. on Friday Dec. 2.
Ever since Hurricane Katrina knocked Cindy Sheehan off page one, she’s been popping up in a lot of new places, like college campuses at $5000 a speech.
A technological revolution may bring about a sea change in the way the higher education industry works.
Instead of deciding that the Constitution does not allow governmental entities to treat people differently depending on what racial category they happen to fit into, the U. S. Supreme Court produced a marvel of ambiguity that allows racial preferences to continue, but only so long as the admissions people give the appearance of using race “individualistically” rather than just applying a quota.
Organizers had hoped to hold that the Wold Can’t Wait walkout and protest in more than 70 cities, 45 colleges and 75 high schools but looking at the reports on their websites they fell far short of those goals as well as the total number of demonstrators.
Political rallies seem to be displacing museum trips as class field trip venues.
Normally one would expect that when attending a Catholic university that that the school would follow the teachings of the church on issues of abortion, homosexuality etc…
On August 1, Catholic League president William Donohue wrote to Cathy Gorn, executive director of National History Day (NHD), about the contents of a flier promoting its 2006 program.
It’s the great conceit of modern liberalism that if good things are to happen, they have to be arranged by authorities.
Move over, Ward Churchill — there is a professor who might be even more, er, controversial than you.