A California teacher who tried to show why he is among the best and the brightest may have proven instead that he is one of the first of the worst.
Monthly Archives For January 2018
Nancy McEldowney was exactly the kind of swamp dweller the Trump administration has vowed to send packing
Some University of Chicago student government leaders are unhappy with Steve Bannon’s upcoming speech at the university and blasted him for his extreme right-wing views.
Parents working more than one job, and shift, to send their children to college might be surprised to find an inverse amount of effort on the other side of their tuition.
Georgia Tech, public university, hosted a “Queer Women’s Sex” event and it excluded heterosexual students from attending.
A pro-Planned Parenthood student group is one group authorized on the University of Arizona campus and the university’s Women’s Center.
An Islamic art exhibit is currently on display at Texas A&M University’s Reynolds Gallery in the school’s Memorial Student Center (MSC). The exhibit titled “Salaam” involves multiple groups: “The MSC Visual Arts Committee has collaborated…
Maybe not for the first time but perhaps for a new reason.
Ben Shapiro’s speech at UConn led administrators to offer counseling for their students, in case they are offended by his conservative views and opinions.
When college and university representatives urge you to get an advanced degree, you may want to get a second opinion.