John K. Wilson of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) objects to the efforts of the Tennessee assembly to affirm the freedom of association of Christian groups.
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While Creative Writing majors are serving coffee and college graduates who majored in various species of “studies” are occupying Wall Street, K Street or any other venue where they can pitch a tent, some institutions are actually offering degrees in fields that look more promising.
Government regulation in the United States rarely achieves the desired effect but does provide new outlets for financial sleight-of-hand, a Carnegie_Mellon economist shows.
Mitt Romney also went to Harvard, though he spent most of his time on what the intellectuals consider to be the wrong side of the Charles, where the business school is found.—UVA historian James Ceaser
“The value of an industry is inversely proportional to the number of awards it gives itself”— humorist and blogger David Burge
A veteran academic professional recently took the stage at a libertarian think tank to critique the profligacy of his former area of employment.
In the latest issue of AIA’s Campus Report, find out why some of the worst sources on what is in the Constitution tend to teach it in law school.
A veteran journalist actually teaches budding reporters at American University.