While making demands for more federal money, another topic at the Free Press summit was how to divvy up the $7.2 billion that was authorized in the federal economic “stimulus” legislation to expand access to the Internet.
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Here are some Notre Dame alums who were honored by the presidential visit to their alma mater.
In his address to the 2009 graduating class at the University of Notre Dame, President Barack Obama said yesterday that he supports conscience rights for healthcare workers.
Criticism of the Pope for his forced entry into the Hitler youth when he was a teenager misses an important point: He deserted.
For 60s activist turned tenured radical Bill Ayers, having a college lecture cancelled is almost as lucrative as giving one.
Boston College sociologist Eve Spangler has put into words what may be the dominant theme in most academic discourses, not to mention university courses.
A constitutional law professor at the University of California at Davis argues that “Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty” are “Coexistent Rights.”
From the people who like to paint critics of higher education as anti-intellectual comes a new tome that shows how cerebral the pursuits of the academic publishing world are.
Accuracy in Academia is now on Twitter.
Having a progressive institution such as the Center for American Progress (CAP) produce a study that doesn’t show Millennials, ages 18 to 29, to be largely progressive would defeat the researchers’ goals.