The budget cuts—and tuition hikes—in University of California system have been hard on students there, prompting student protests and the mantra, “get less, pay more.”
Monthly Archives For February 2010
For the Palestinian people, martyring themselves in an attempt to attack their Israeli “occupiers” has become a sign of honor, not only for men but also women. At a recent convention one Professor of Language and Cultural Studies explored the “gendered space[s]” of Palestinian women’s resistance against Israel in the context of the First Intifada.
AJC: There is a deep resistance in the Western world to take theology seriously, which is a mindset that must change, a theologian said at a Heritage Foundation lecture about the book, The Third Choice: Islam, Dhimmitude and Freedom.
AJC: The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) hosted a panel discussion of the education policies of the Obama administration.
As the commander-in-chief put the finishing touches on his state of the union address, the second lady did a warm-up act for him at his favorite think tank.