On sobriety and public schools.
Monthly Archives For December 2012
You never know where you will find a trekkie, like on the Pepperdine faculty by way of the Federalist Society.
A Constitutional law professor at Georgetown claims the Constitution is useless because nobody follows it. “When you see how the law works up close, you just cannot miss the tremendous gap between the story law…
Martin Kich of Wright State University has assigned blame for the student debt crisis to a variety of factors but missed an obvious one—colleges and universities themselves.
The venerable NAACP has issued its first call to arms for education in nearly a decade.
A university we have long been critical of—Duke—recently got together with the Washington University of St. Louis and Turbo Tax to do something useful.
For years, intellectuals—particularly the academic variety—have proclaimed their solidarity with “the working class” but for one of them, this self-identification goes much deeper.
It’s hard to find environmental law in the Constitution, easy to find it in a law school: Maybe that’s why.
The latest Chronicle of Higher Education gives us another reason why it would be good to Drill, baby drill.
Not many would link the CIA acronym with academia but there is a surprising overlap between them.