Maybe it’s better when schools and students don’t observe Columbus Day.
As the College Fix reported: Chants of “USA! USA! USA!” echoed across the University of Missouri quad Thursday afternoon as a crowd of students cheered on a student who burned an ISIS flag in a symbolic…
It is encouraging when it’s not the American flag being burned at a college campus.
Last week two protestors at Central Michigan University burned an American flag just outside a forum which featured the Lithuanian ambassador to the United Kingdom.
Yes, burning a flag is a First Amendment right and is protected free speech, but this doesn’t look good or mature at all:
Three Congressmen have teamed with four Pittsburgh punk rockers to fight an obscure provision of the No Child Left Behind Act.
And not from the dwindling cadre of conservatives there.
From Campus Reform: Professors at a recent academic conference discussed burning the American flag and other methods of promoting social justice on campus. Presentations at this year’s American Association of University Professors (AAUP) conferenceincluded “Burning…
Even given the longstanding urge of academics to treat Democratic presidents the way the Catholic Church once treated saints, the academic Left may have been a bit hasty when it rushed to canonize the current occupant of the White House.
The new art exhibit, “Unembedded”—a photojournalists’ account of the Iraq War—has been featured at several prestigious universities amid widespread applause as to its self-described “nuanced view of the civilian instability.”