At a time when spending in higher education is viewed with increasing suspicion, Hamilton College is trying a new stratagem to justify it.
Monthly Archives For March 2012
In his recent book, American Avatar, Barry A. Sanders, Adjunct Professor of Communication Studies at UCLA, explains how the United States’ image abroad is falsely represented in literature on global views of America.
The annual routine of the men clickety clacking around in high heels for Rape Awareness Week is not unique to Mississippi State.
In trying to paint a picture of burgeoning class conflicts on American campuses, academics and their off-campus enablers promise evidence but mostly offer atmospherics.
Academic humor is usually an oxymoronic term but every now and then you find an exception to the rule. Here’s one from Georgetown professor George Viksnins.
Even when the goal seems worthwhile, federal spending on education is counterproductive.
Some of the biggest names in Hollywood are banding together to fight perceived funding cuts in arts education in public schools.
Most liberals proudly declare themselves to be “pro-choice.” In truth, this is a myth—a myth that should be put to rest once and for all.
Another story in The Washington Post, under the title of “Student loans seen as potential ‘next debt bomb’ for U.S. economy,” continues the paper’s practice of ignoring how a Post subsidiary is contributing to the problem.
When a University of Rochester professor actually attempted to put the controversy between talk-show host Rush Limbaugh and Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke into perspective, he was publicly smacked down by his university president.