More than two dozen scholars will be presenting on how capitalism and race at UCLA, at a daylong conference.
Monthly Archives For October 2017
Despite a virtually unbroken series of losses—and in academia, no less—proponents of Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions aimed at Israel continue to dominate academic departments and do their level best to suppress Israeli advocacy.
That’s right, President Obama’s alma mater (one of them, anyway) cancelled its football season because nobody came, not to watch–but to play.
Administrative and bureaucratic bloat at small liberal arts college is a trend that is unsustainable, pointed out a recent study by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). The study found that of every…
Liberty University has invited a higher ratio of conservative speakers than other universities, a recent analysis claimed.
In the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter, we remember America’s living document and the immortal M. Stanton Evans, who chronicled its creation.
When students at George Washington University were presented with President Trump’s tax cuts and told they were concocted by Bernie Sanders, they liked them.
At the risk of sounding like an old promo for Batman, can it be that technology will do what about a half a century of books, editorials and speeches couldn’t?
Perhaps there is a reason why professors who outline the benefits of collectivism stick to the theoretical and hypothetical.
Is U. S. News now going to give colleges and universities a love bump in its rankings if they accommodate DREAMers? It sure looks that way.