Wisconsin’s government unions may be losing support with the public but they might have picked up at least one academic supporter.
Monthly Archives For March 2011
What are the facts behind the theory of global warming, and do they justify EPA regulations on greenhouse gases?
The nation’s premier journalism school points to the Al-Jazeera TV network as a model for modern-day reporters.
In an age rich in anomalies, here is yet another one: The very quarter which pumps out reams of studies on the dangers of sexism can’t get its collective mind off the root of that word.
The U.S. Supreme Court Monday declined to hear the University of Wisconsin’s appeal of an appellate court ruling in favor of a Catholic student group at the university’s Madison campus.
One year after the Arizona legislature voted to dismantle a controversial ethnic studies curriculum widely used in its public schools, the most revolutionary course offerings in it remain in use.
New data from the Centers for Disease Control show that more teens are indeed just saying “no.”
Columbia professor’s imagination of the Constitution owes more to John Lennon than George Washington.
The way in which we view art is turning out to be another means by which right and left divide.
Academics respond to economic downturn with new plan to share the wealth.