Will universities attack (i.e. fire) conservative faculty for their conservative views, in light of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) backlash in the liberal media? We hope not, but you never know.
Topic: Accuracy in Academia
Selective outrage, considering that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) is a federal law and there are 19 states other than Indiana that have these RFRA laws on the books.
A climatology professor, David Legates, at the university is in the cross-hairs of a Democratic congressman, who is upset that the professor’s research is striking at the heart of climate change alarmism.
Uh oh, is this the beginning of the end for for-profit colleges and their profit model? A 14% drop in a quarter is quite large and it was unexpected.
The statue of the Confederate leader could be moved off-campus because current University of Texas-Austin students deem it offensive to them since it reminds them of slavery and racism. Too bad they forgot the War…
Prejudging students who are accused of rape is now the new thing for college administrators and now state lawmakers in New York and Connecticut. This isn’t a good thing, considering that the American legal system…
At Santa Barbara City College, an art display of a teepee was deemed offensive by local Native American students. So, the display was pulled.
Whatever his merits or demerits, the actual front-runner for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination continues to show how Republican candidates, at least on education, can lead on, rather than be overwhelmed by, issues. “Wisconsin Gov….
It feels hollow that students, who don’t have kids, are making fun of students that do choose to raise kids. It may have been a joke, but to run it in a school newspaper? Classless.
Check out The College Fix’s op-ed on the professor, a Mr. Hatem Bazian, and his extreme views: “Bazian has called for an intifada in the United States. He was listed under “Writers” in the September 1999…