“Although the outcome was a happy one, there is much to dislike about the process by which it was achieved.”—Stanford Law professor Deborah L. Rhode on the U. S. Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision.
Monthly Archives For September 2013
A professor at a Catholic college claims to make “A Catholic Case Against MOOCs [Massive Open Online Courses]” in the Chronicle of Higher Education but his arguments never veer far from the secular.
Call it the Battle of the Single Sex
Are single-sex schools a relic of the past or the wave of the future?
Young adult literature has become more “lurid, grotesque, profane, sexual, and ugly” in recent years, says Meghan Cox Gurdon.
Many know that Hillsdale College accepts no federal funds but fewer know of some of the school’s other milestones.
I cannot, however, teach them grammar and proofreading in the course of a semester when their high-school educations have been shoddy—Aaron Barlow, New York City College of Technology, English, Faculty Member
The architect behind Charlottesville, Virginia’s ban on drone use, John Whitehead, recently spoke at the Heritage Foundation.
Punishment will not be an option for the administration for those who try to game the new college ratings system.
Whatever their intentions, the political left is doing a better job of debunking the Obama Administration’s rationale for war than are some Republicans.