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Monthly Archives For May 2006
Like many others, professor Francis Bremer told a committee investigating Pennsylvania higher education that there is not a problem.
Accountability is needed to prevent education costs from continuing to skyrocket.
The new book The Politically Incorrect Guide to Women, Sex, and Feminism points out a number of ways in which women’s studies courses fail women.
Taking “pictures” of the professoriate, one subject at a time.
Catholic University’s womens lacrosse team won top honors from www.badjocks.com, a website that tracks indecent behavior of sports teams.
The Liberty Counsel is demanding an end to the illegal boycott of Liberty Christian Academy.
What does Boston College’s protest of Condi’s invitation to speak at commencement say about the institution’s Catholicism?
According to reporter Eric Shawn, the U.N. has become the world’s Tammany Hall.
In another sign that public education continues on a downward spiral the New York Times reported last week that a judge in Oakland, California issued a preliminary injunction barring the state from issuing exit exams to high school seniors before they receive their diplomas.