Liberal student groups at George Washington University outnumber conservative groups by 13 to six.
Monthly Archives For August 2010
Actually, if the complete history of slavery were explored, purists might be surprised at what they find.
Not since the Norman conquerors of England published their laws in French, for an English-speaking nation, centuries ago, has there been such contempt for the people’s right to know what laws were being imposed on them.—Thomas Sowell
For years, America has bought into the idea that college degrees are not only badges of honor but must-have tickets that miraculously open doors for the recipients and practically guarantee lucrative careers.
Until recently, campus roommates were a non-negotiable item for incoming college freshmen.
The Los Angeles Times is facing a boycott from the city’s teachers union after publishing a study that analyzed the effectiveness of over 6,000 elementary school teachers.
While baby boomers are still the driving force that controls America’s cultural and spending habits, when it comes to preferred methods of communication, they are pathetically out of the loop.
One wonders sometimes if America would prosper if Academia didn’t.
It turns out that the revised standards are even much milder than what was left in place.
The research shows liberal political bias at American University based on the school’s faculty, student organizations, and administrative policies.