Thanks to an injunction issued by a state judge the University of North Dakota’s sports teams will get to keep using their nickname.
Monthly Archives For November 2006
Colonel John Reitzell, a veteran of several
dozen counter-terrorism operations, will speak at Bucknell University on Wednesday,
Liberty Counsel is working with Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF)
to clear the way for CEF’s Good News Clubs to use public school facilities
One thing that is being lost in the liberal media euphoria about the Democratic takeover of the House and Senate is the fact that most of the ballot initiatives or referendums that conservatives supported passed easily. One of the more contentious of these initiatives was Proposal 2 in Michigan which would amend the Michigan state constitution to prohibit all state agencies, including colleges from operating affirmative action programs that grant preferences based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin or gender.
The Alliance Defense Fund’s Center for Academic Freedom filed a lawsuit today on behalf of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Roman Catholic Foundation against the regents of the University of Wisconsin, seeking an end to their latest attack on the free speech and freedom of association rights of religious groups on the system’s campuses
To a large degree, the slanting of the news is more a case of nurture than nature, and there is no better place to nurture it than in college journalism.
Blacks in inner cities who have had enough of public schools are discovering they have other ways of escaping than through the vouchers that mostly white public officials are trying so desperately to curtail or control.
Every year millions of American parents and students pore over U. S. News and World Report’s college rankings to select the institution of higher learning of their choice but inside the Ivory Tower, the denizens may have a different reaction to the famous survey.
College athletes from James Madison University took their protests over Title IX sports regulations to the U. S. Department of Education and Accuracy in Academia correspondent Matthew Hickman was there.
The head of a U. S. government task force on higher education suggests that if the Ivory Tower cannot get its act together, it may face a version of what the health care industry is confronting—HMOs.