While some global warming skeptics may have accused climate change believers of placing undue “faith” in murky science, some professors have already elevated the cause to a Christian edict.
Monthly Archives For April 2008
Trust the Brits to come up with a dandy educational plan to reduce school exposure to bad behavior addicts.
While nearby colleges battle over the visiting sex workers show on their campus, some students at Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia visited a Las Vegas brothel as part of their studies in the American Culture Program.
Arguably, some of the wayward college presidents fired by boards of directors in recent years fit this description.
The “Sex Workers Art Show” traveled to several campuses earlier this year, causing raised eyebrows at some venues and–an uproar at others like the College of William and Mary and Duke University.
AB 2567 will set aside May 22nd as ‘Harvey Milk Day’ for all of California.
What does it take to get academics off the Clinton bandwagon? A left-wing candidate they find more lovable.
Truly, ‘bless the beasts’ has taken on a whole new meaning in Catholic higher education.
A recent conference on “The Future of Human Rights” raises the question of whether human rights advocacy masks a dual agenda of economic distribution and entitlement expansion.
The University of Delaware is considering a revival of its controversial residence life program, confirming Accuracy in Academia’s suspicions that President Patrick Harker’s halt to the program was a result of the media coverage rather than remorse over the curriculum content.