Colleges and universities rarely teach cause and effect anymore and it shows. Consider: George Washington University’s drop in the U. S. News rankings on the heels of its student government wrist slap of its former president for the kind of behavior that drives Republican lawmakers out of office.
Monthly Archives For August 2007
Miriam Grossman, M.D., author of Unprotected, is fed up with the politically correct expectations of psychiatry, which have led her to avoid discussing the psychological ramifications of faith, promiscuity, abortion, and infertility with her patients at UCLA
Where academia once tried to give us the best and the brightest, now academics seem to be in a race to be first with the worst, of public policy initiatives that is.
The 2007 NEA Convention, held June 30 through July 5 in Philadelphia, PA, highlighted many social and political considerations ranging from gay rights to global warming to amnesty, but opposed school choice or tax credits for home-schooling parents.
The liberal cadres that defended him for decades have thinned since career diplomat Alger Hiss was convicted of perjuring himself against accusations that he spied for the Soviet Union. Virtually alone, many academics remain unconvinced.
New evidence has brought greater credibility to the old truism that multicultural tolerance excludes the campus’ greatest religious pariah, the Christian evangelical.
The University of Utah’s College of Health and Family and Consumer Sciences in the Social and Behavioral Sciences College is offering a new course in the spring titled Human Sexuality to educate students about the emotional, physical and social components of sexuality.
In this version, we correct an incorrect spelling in the original, in underline and bold.
Traditional North Carolina public schools will open their doors next week under mounting pressure to perform.