The publisher of New York Times recently gave a commencement address to SUNY New Paltz grads and lauded the efforts of his generation not to “repeat the mistakes of our predecessors.”
Monthly Archives For May 2006
Is the Pennsylvania committee on academic freedom a sham?
There are many ways to find out if academic freedom exists in the Keystone state, if you open your eyes.
Alleged hate crimes bother UNC-Chapel Hill’s administrators more than the terrorist attack by one student driving into a group of people.
Who knew rodeos were diverse?
Who is really attending the yearly MLA convention?
When a judge barred a graduation prayer and recitation of the Lord’s Prayer, students rebelled and said it anyway.
Things got a little heated when Dr. Kurt Smith of Bloomsburg testified before the Pennsylvania committee on academic freedom.
Many of the same professors pushing activism in college classrooms, deny that a political bias exists in academia.
Mark Bauerlein told the committee on academic freedom that bias can easily become institutionalized, making it invisible to those inside academia.