International Students Increasingly ask: Is it safe to study in the U. S.?–The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 3, 2013
Monthly Archives For May 2013
Founding Fathers argued successfully for our citizens’ right to bear arms.
The president of the prominent Carnegie Mellon University is under fire for a parody of the Pope that involved a young woman wearing papal robes and very little else.
Is academia color-blind? Maybe not as much as it thinks it is.
Academia, which gave the President and his health care overhaul overwhelming support, is now cutting back on the health care it provides in order to comply with the law.
According to researchers, disgust, dissatisfaction and disillusionment with the U.S. public school system is on the rise, so much so that the number of homeschoolers is on the rise.
In total, 45 states including the District of Columbia (which is notorious for its failing public school system) have adopted the Common Core standards.
Maybe the U. S. Department of Education should start listening to some of the free advice it gets.
For those who find presidential rankings by academics tiresome, here is a genuinely fresh perspective from a political science professor at my alma mater—the University of Scranton.
When outsiders enter academia, they discover just how insular it really is.