Do universities really need more money or are they simply flushing too much down the drain?
Monthly Archives For April 2006
At Penn State last week, art was under fire for intolerance and harassment.
Harvey Mansfield offered his insights into the Lawrence Summers affair at Harvard.
Wherever we go, the message to us is clear: North Carolinians are ready for school choice.
The University of Oregon’s president claims he didn’t do anything about the defiling depictions of Christ in the school newspaper because it is not school owner or controlled, but it is school funded.
Are college faculty underpaid?
Don Irvine discusses the porn magazines that are popping up at a number of colleges and universities.
Defense Fund and Day of Truth participants are undaunted about the importance of
the April 27 event despite failed attempts by activists to stifle discussion on
the issue of homosexual behavior.
A student newspaper at the University of Oregon published pornographic pictures of Jesus in their March issue.
Studies show sharing your professors viewpoint can boost your grades, but even the study must be spun to prevent the word from getting out.