StandWithUs recently learned from Jewish students at Wayne State that anti-Israel hostility has escalated on campus, and that the University may appoint Wadie Said, known for his anti-Israel views, to the law school faculty.
Monthly Archives For November 2006
College and university administrators and their representatives seem to show up in Washington, D. C. with their hats in their hands as frequently as the capital city’s homeless do. Although the former group of supplicants seeks far greater sums than the latter crowd requests, the money seems to go just as fast.
Last week Dartmouth College’s Director of Athletics and Recreation Josie Harper wrote a letter published in The Dartmouth apologizing for “offer the support of the athletics department in playing a leading role to combat racial, ethnic and sexist ignorance and intolerance on our campus.”
It’s a good thing that public school bureaucrats are not in charge of America’s Early Warning System. They are always the last to know.
Is resistance to sports team names innate or learned?
Like all of you, we know that personally we have much to be thankful for. Oddly, what we have to be thankful for professionally is the politically correct colleges and universities that supply us with an unending stream of copy.
Find out why Alberto Fernandez might be the only Bush Administration official welcome on any college campus.
All too rarely, you learn something new from a professor that shows you just how much of America’s past most pedagogues fail to digest or pass on, that is, when they can even bring themselves to acknowledge American history in the first place.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins deliver an estimate of Iraqi war dead so off the mark that they may want to consider continuing education.
Apparently, some academics have discovered an oath they like even less than David Horowitz’s Academic Bill of Rights, namely—the pledge taken by increasing numbers of teens to abstain from sex.