And demonstrates a somewhat superficial sense of history, at best.
Monthly Archives For May 2018
Wonder of wonders, a progressive university president in a deep blue pocket of a deep blue state refused to cave in to left-wing student activists.
President Donald Trump’s Secretary of Education has been falsely accused of calling for ICE roundups of undocumented students. She didn’t, but guess who did.
Two scholars are leery of such a prospect.
San Diego parents took their sixth-graders out of school Tuesday over the school district’s “graphic and inappropriate” sex-ed curriculum.
After cutting its undergraduate programs due to high debt and other financial issues, Marygrove College is now offering a social justice master’s degree along with its other master’s programs.
Evergreen State College, on the heels of announcing it will slash $5.9 million from its budget entering this year, will cut 24 faculty positions, 19 unfilled staff positions and has warned 20 staff members that their jobs are at risk, too.
When states actually have to cut their budgets because they are hemorrhaging cash, guess who still wants more.
Maybe not, but it looks like some are more costly than others.
A pet graduation ceremony was held for the sixth consecutive year at a small college in Florida, where 50 pets “graduated.”