An American student active in the movement to Boycott, Divest from and Sanction Israel actually wants to study there, but the Israeli government isn’t sure that’s a good idea.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
They haven’t won anywhere yet but they’re still trying.
Well, at least at the college level, it looks like we won’t have tenure to kick around anymore.
Lisa Daftari could make a career out of speaking at Rutgers, if she got paid for each cancellation and postponement.
Within weeks of a professor at the University of Michigan denying a student a recommendation for study in Israel, an art class at that same university featured a slide show comparing the Israeli Prime Minister to Adolf Hitler.
Maybe that’s why we haven’t heard much about the latest poll results.
More than 1,300 current and former students at St. Lawrence University signed a letter protesting an honorary degree that university gave Senator Susan Collins.
An article in The Washington Monthly promises Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Higher Education Policy but doesn’t quite deliver.
Interestingly, when you read the academic reactions they reveal more of what got past reviews by peers and, if you spend any time actually reading real academic articles, what is startling is the uncanny degree to which they do look like the real thing.
The Colorado college reached into it’s alumni ranks to host a speaker on “Indigenous People’s Day” who would excoriate the man the government named a holiday after: Christopher Columbus.