If I made one mistake, it was that I was too cooperative and waited too long to go on the offensive.
Monthly Archives For April 2005
Republicans are winning parents at the polls, and this “parent gap” has Democrats worried.
At Bucknell University there are offices staffed by paid employees of the university who spend their time encouraging students to adopt their political views.
There is little doubt that Title IX has led to the explosive growth of women’s sports programs, but at what cost?
Although Columbia University administrators claim that a committee appointed by its president cleared the school of charges of an anti-Israel bias that borders on anti-Semitism, their feeling of exoneration may be a bit premature.
Both economists started out in their respective ordeals along very similar paths. But one showed courage, grit and determination, the other cowardice.
A student who has taken classes by a professor we wrote about three months ago has taken issue with our coverage of a professor at the University of Tennessee. That student’s response follows.
Jamesville-DeWitt High School
administrators have decided to permit the left wing group “Peace Council” to protest military recruiters at Career Day.
The problem of plagiarism in college was one in which students were, more often than not, the perpetrators, not their professors. Now, the pedagogues themselves are increasingly suspect.
To calm the troubled masses of poor students that live in fear that the test they took or the paper they turned in would be returned with scores of red pen marks denoting their mistakes, schools are now eliminating the color red as a correction color.