This is a hard list to narrow down, particularly since many of them wind up as courses.
Monthly Archives For December 2010
See how millions in congressional earmarks pay for bright shiny academic things in the January issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
The number of genuine intellectuals in academia goes down every year while the ranks of ersatz scholars grow.
Nobody can miss the point like a well-paid, federally subsidized scholar.
The top ten academic fiascoes are those theories that actually were tried outside the Ivory Tower. Within it, they are still wildly successful.
A new report contains a sobering reality for would-be education reformers: Bad schools usually don’t get better.
Wait until you see the latest cause that Noam Chomsky and other academic luminaries are rallying around.
George Washington University is going the extra mile to make its students comfortable.
“If some of the logic in Steele’s selection two years ago was that a black chairman would expand Republican Party appeal to minority voters, there’s scant evidence that this was accomplished.”—syndicated columnist Star Parker on Michael Steel, current chairman of the RNC.
The war on Christmas has been waged for a number of years.