What do you get when you combine pagans, two witches, and the Air Force Academy? Eighty thousand taxpayer dollars.
Monthly Archives For November 2011
When academics help to craft a law, they can take a leave of absence to shepherd it through Congress, then go back to class to proclaim its virtues. The rest of us get to live under the statute.
Rather than being victims of police brutality, a new video shows that Occupiers at UC Davis knew they were going to be pepper sprayed and didn’t mind it.
If the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations seen quite un-American, maybe that’s because they are, at least in their point of origin.
In what might be a record, 22 Obama Administration officials have already left the government for academia.
Naomi Schaefer Riley of the Wall Street Journal answers questions about tenure, the subject of her book, The Faculty Lounges.
When elites pass judgement on the efforts of police to keep the peace on campus it is the students on the quad who are put at risk.
When the Modern Language Association, America’s largest association of English professors, demonstrates a sudden concern for the rising debt level of college students as they did in a recent issue of Inside Higher Education, these sentiments bear closer scrutiny.
A student publication at a college in Kelowna, British Columbia reported that a local shoe store has an unusual holiday display this year.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker may have singlehandedly ignited the 2011 war on Christmas.