Feminists at Montclair State University may want to petition the school for a portion of the income from student activity fees that the Muslim Student Association receives on the New Jersey campus.
Monthly Archives For June 2005
When college junior Tony Maalouf brought up the anniversary of Reagan’s death with his peers, they responded with apathy.
In a new study Daniel Flynn exposes what many conservatives already understand: the liberal political bias present on college campuses.
Education experts ask whether No Child Left Behind is worth it.
Two recent legal battles remind us that “religious speech is not an orphan to the First Amendment.”
Students today may know less mathematics than the pupils of any previous generation but they do feel better about it.
History professor Joan Hoff of Montana State University, an expert on the Watergate scandal, finds it interesting that Bob Woodward is claiming that he had a close relationship with former FBI official Mark Felt, now identified as Deep Throat.
University of Oregon columnist Jennifer McBride wrote an interesting piece entitled “10 Reasons Not To Kill Bush.” I hope her parents are proud of the value they’re getting out of their daughter’s tuition.
American University went beyond being environmentally-friendly when it hosted convicted eco-terrorist Rodney Coronado two years ago.
High school students in Colorado learned that supposedly harmless pranks can have serious consequences.