An Oregon teacher takes issue with assertions made by her students but perhaps for the wrong reason.
Monthly Archives For August 2018
The Trump administration recently introduced short-term health insurance plans into the health insurance market, which could potentially destabilize another part of Obamacare, also known as the Affordable Care Act.
The material known as felt is apparently linked to white supremacy and queer theory, per one professor in Canada.
Perhaps if we still had the draft, professors would understand the difference between soldiers who put their lives at risk every day and reporters who don’t.
Nothing shows how flimsy the pretext of academic integrity is than the efforts of a Republican to enter academic ranks.
It does occur. For example, among establishment Republicans who fret that taking a tough position on border security endangers a GOP seeking to broaden its base.
From the political party that most frequently proclaims, “It’s for the children.”
Perhaps it’s the modern day equivalent of letting the inmates run the asylum.
Much to the consternation of the larger community at Harvard Law.
UCLA is paying its students $13 an hour to promote “social injustices,” which costs $42,000 a year and comes from mandatory student funds.