Woodward needs to take a lesson from his won words when it comes to journalistic ethics.
Monthly Archives For January 2006
The Bruin Alumni Association announced the launch of UCLAprofs.com, a new site dedicated to exposing radicals and anti-Semitic professors of UCLA.
North Carolina politicians are not helping children see by requiring additional eye exams, they are thanking their supporters in the ocular industry.
A new report from FIRE attacks the constitutionality of speech codes at North Carolina state colleges.
Despite founding standard English, John Dryden, Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift are discussed sparingly in the Academy’s walls. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention held in Washington, D.C.
When English professors do talk about grammar at the Modern Language Association convention, it is to explain its irrelevance, not its necessity.
Feminists in academia have many ideas about how to promote feminist activism, but they may not agree on what to call it.
“The pleasure of romance novels sets us up to accept the violence and carnage of Abu Ghraib,” said Professor Teresa L. Ebert. From the 2005 Modern Language Association convention held in Washington, D.C.
On Monday and Tuesday, January 9-10, hearings on academic freedom will be held at Temple University. Representative Gibson C. Armstrong explains why there is a need for such legislative oversight in Pennsylvania.
In Covering Academe, professors and reporters discussed why the MLA gets bad press and what can be done about it. From the Modern Language Association 2005 Convention held in Washington, D.C.