What happens when graduating seniors get to choose their college commencement speaker and pick former Secretary of State Colin Powell? They might get Sen. Hillary Clinton instead.
Monthly Archives For May 2005
Written as if in a weekend over spring break, Chloe Does Yale is a hot pink and boring fairy tale that chronicles the school days of an insecure coed who moonlights as a sex columnist for the college paper.
Barely two years after a federal judge ordered the school to revise its politically correct speech code, administrators at Shippensburg State University in Pennsylvania remain undaunted, constantly patrolling for insensitivity.
A reader on Bob Parks’ Cockeyed Payout column: “An oasis of reason in a sea of hysteria.”
It’s that time again when state legislatures around the country are doing the budget dance.
A University of California faculty committee recently urged its campuses to withdraw from the National Merit Scholarship program on the grounds that the program is biased against some minorities.
On May 5 United States District Court Judge Alexander Williams, Jr. issued a temporary restraining order against the Montgomery County Public Schools Board of Education, prohibiting it from implementing the recently adopted controversial health education curriculum.
The attention in the Middle East has long centered on fixing hardware problems, such as building infrastructure and reforming systems of government. Attention to the manner in which youth are educated has been neglected.
Boutique academics at a recent conference on “neoliberalism” take on globalization and free markets.
A Rhode Island student recently related his experience in a social work program and garnered national attention. Sandra Fuiten faced similar problems while studying in the Midwest.