The publisher of New York Times recently gave a commencement address to SUNY New Paltz grads and lauded the efforts of his generation not to “repeat the mistakes of our predecessors.”
Articles By: Deborah Lambert
A Squeaky Chalk article titled “Coulter 1 – U. Conn. 0” dated December 16, 2005 mistakenly did not provide proper attribution of all the material quoted from Human Events. The corrected article appears below. We regret the error.
Coulter laughs at liberals while conservatives keep winning on campuses.
A veteran teacher explains why she thinks that Shakespeare is “the world’s ultimate rapper.”
If you’re wondering what American students are learning about history these days, it’s worth spending a few minutes reading some entries from Non Campus Mentis.
These America bashers, many of them now middle-aged, are part of the mainstream culture – “in the top ranks of the nation’s intelligentsia and cultural elite – professors at leading universities,” where they have the power, 24/7, to mold our country’s most precious assets – the next generation of leaders.
Commas, periods and question marks are the latest targets of the PC police, the New York City junior high school National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) has chosen sides in the cultural debate over homosexuality in the schools, Kentucky’s educational leaders are more concerned with overweight students than academic performance
Parents aren’t the only ones bristling over campus political correctness battles, and the prospect of paying over $200,000 per child for four years of college. Contributions from alumni have declined steadily over the past several years and now hover around 13 percent.
The complete transcript of Harvard prez Lawrence Summers’s speech containing his controversial remarks about gender differences has now been released. But whether this helps or hurts his career is still a matter of opinion.
Campus Report’s “Squeaky Chalk” columnist reviews the Summers’ controversy and the war for fun.