Outside of Hollywood, there can be no greater holdout from the Republican message than the Ivory Tower, yet the information trickling out of surveys and studies shows that it did not come up short in the controversial practice of earmarking federal funds that the congressional elephants became associated with.
Monthly Archives For December 2006
Environmentally conscious undergrads beware: some of the same people warning of the dangers of global warming now were predicting an ice age back in the 1970s.
New survey results show American schools may use their academic freedom in order to fail in international rankings.
A letter from London could give Americans a glimpse of the ghost of Christmas future.
What made the Bush Administration think that they would find an employee of the month in the Ivy Leagues?
Could we be losing the war on terror on campus?
Security risk at New York Times finds audience at Brown.
Most schools spend more time on the politics of identity than do transgendered transvestites.
Tomorrow’s military leaders do not necessarily face a cakewalk through college.
A high school senior whose microphone was turned off after she began speaking about the importance of religion in her life during her valedictory address will have her day in court, ruled a federal judge in response to oral arguments by attorneys for The Rutherford Institute.