Several schools would receive a “B” or higher if this were an examination, and thus merit inclusion in this survey of Excellent American Colleges and Universities. Here they are, with a few brief insights.
Is Generation Y going to cast informed votes, and if their candidate wins and our nation suffers, should we hold them solely responsible?
For our survival as a nation, to advance the cause of liberty and preserve what is left of our Judeo-Christian culture, faith and reason must infuse the life of an American college. Do any institutions in our land value these imperatives?
Now the Yorktown University, an online school, is officially a degree-granting university.
There’s a new “academic endeavor” coming soon to a campus near you. It’s called “Waste Studies.”
Under the guise of scholarship, the professoriat would have us “leave them alone” but is the feeling mutual?
Religion remains a point of interest regarding the presidential candidates in the upcoming 2008 election.
Today’s liberal students aren’t buying the U.S. democracy-promotion role once championed by Democratic Presidents such as Kennedy and Carter
Four years later, Rather’s show, Dan Rather Reports, offers viewers a glimpse into what the former CBS news anchor considers good reporting.
The general editor of the Bible Literacy Project responds to criticism of same that appeared in this space.