Faculty members who see an academic freedom issue have opposing ideas for a remedy.
Monthly Archives For April 2006
Only in the university can a saxophone player who studied music performance teach peace studies.
Surprising exchanges took place between Ward Churchill and a number of conservatives “backstage” at the recent Academic Freedom Conference.
Some universities gift their best and brightest with copies of The New York Times but is the old Gray Lady any more reliable than the college newspaper?
Opinions abound on the introduction of Bible curriculums in public schools.
Sara Dogan of Students for Academic Freedom sets the record straight about their recent Academic Freedom Conference.
When groups like FairTest wage war against standardized testing, their motivations deserve scrutiny.
Drake University has revoked the status of Citizens for Tight Borders, a student group, because of their immigration stance.
The frequently required history text, A People’s History of the United States misleads and misinforms students.
While some Pennsylvania state legislators may not believe Temple professors are foisting political viewpoints on students, Temple senior Marlene Kowal has witnessed it.