In the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter, AIA looks for the “green Jobs” that colleges claim they are training students for.
Monthly Archives For April 2011
Atlas Shrugged has gone from contraband reading on campus to contraband viewing.
Ever on the watch for the latest academic buzzwords, we look with curiosity upon the latest offering—sustainable development.
Professor tries to clear the marketplace of ideas with a short declarative sentence.
It’s interesting to see the degree to which proponents of diversity will censor speech in order to achieve that elusive pluralism, no matter how innocuous the expression is.
Academics rarely miss a chance, in or out of the classroom, to promote their ideas. What they do far less frequently is invite inquiry.
Probably because they wouldn’t be caught dead going anywhere near one, academics frequently misunderstand the nature of TEA parties, then go public with their conclusions as though they were revealed truth.
A colorful lot arguably more activist than academic or even journalistic.
When a veteran journalist tries to help his son apply to college and then writes up the experience, you get a riveting memoir that is also a much needed exposé.
On Monday morning, one University of Iowa professor had three words to say to those conservative students at her university.