The Catholic University of America (CUA) may have thought that AFL-CIO President Emeritus John Sweeney’s May 2nd speech on campus would be non-controversial.
Monthly Archives For May 2011
Academics love to forecast. For the sake of college graduates, let’s hope their latest one proves to be more warranted than now seems possible.
You don’t have to look far for an academic connection to terrorism.
One of the lesser known policies of the era of Mao Tse Tung was the relegation of Confucianism to the memory hole in Communist China. Lately, Confucius has been making a reappearance there, according to an historian from the University of Pittsburgh.
Class warfare may have little appeal to the masses but academics, who are mostly in the upper class, can’t get enough of it.
The Royal News of my alma mater—the University of Scranton—brings me the latest at Da U.
A pair of professors from Penn State found out that most high school teachers do not teach evolution as a proven scientific fact and the duo don’t like it one bit.
When filming wrapped on Robin Williams’ breakthrough dramatic film three decades ago, the creative crew that produced it probably had no idea how prescient the title was.
One of the few places Americans can go to for the history that schools deny them has been, whatever his quirks, The Glenn Beck Show. Apparently, this is one too many outlets for the committed Left.
More bad news for those budding Ernie Pyles of the world as The Daily Beast ranks journalism at the top of its most useless degree list.