When a course is entitled “History of the U. S. for Policymakers, Activists, and Citizens,” you can bet that the target audience is the second group of constituents.
Monthly Archives For October 2013
Remembering Communism’s Victims
Accuracy in Academia remembers the victims of communism who did not survive it in the November issue of AIA’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
Where’s the Real Diversity?
The latest issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education includes a special supplement on “Diversity in Academe” that is only missing one thing.
Young Americans Lose Health Care
“What happened to, ‘if you like your plan, you can keep it’?” Alyssa Farah, YAL Director of Communications asked.
The War On Football
Author’s Night: The War On Football
Journalism School Discovers News
The Columbia Journalism School has discovered something newspaper readers and television viewers have long been seeking—facts.
Activist Student Files Suit
Files Suit Against Community College District, Administrators for Violating His Free Speech
Losing Ground To MOOCs
See how academia is reacting to the latest threat to it in the most recent issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
Do Pell Grants Raise Tuition?
Academics tend to circle the wagons when you suggest that Pell grant increases lead to tuition hikes.
Feminists Freak Out
A group of Phi Psi frat boys recently sent out a fall rush pledge flyer covered with half naked women, which sent the feministas into orbit.