History lessons teach children a “healthy contempt for authority,” writes Reason.
Monthly Archives For May 2017
We at Accuracy in Academia remember Memorial Day and what it truly means: Remembering the sacrifices of our servicemen and servicewomen.
One Trump administration official was invited to speak at a top-100 university (Mike Pence), when eleven Obama officials were invited to speak at commencement.
A school board member posted on Facebook and compared neutralizing President Trump’s Twitter account with Abraham Lincoln’s assassination at Ford’s Theater, which led to the member’s resignation after the news of his comments broke.
There is confusion in academia of who would represent conservatism in Congress, whether it is Mitch McConnell or Paul Ryan.
Hunger strikes have done little to change U.S.-Israel policy, especially when those participating are trying to act in solidarity with prisoners in Israeli prisons and are trying to apply political pressure.
After protesting students disrupted a presentation by several federal officials, one from ICE and another from the Department of Justice, the Northwestern University president condemned the “disrespectful” behavior of the students.
A conservative professor at UCLA faces possible termination at the end of his current contract as a lecturer, while he and a university dean are deadlocked over registration to one of his courses on freedom of speech.
University of Washington held a ‘teach-in’ that taught attendees that the food system is “built on racism.”
DePaul University students approved a referendum to increase student dues to pay for an illegal immigrant student scholarship.