In the Fall issue of the Intercollegiate Review, writer Gracy Olmstead makes a more cogent case for the study of literature than we’ve ever heard at the Modern Language Association.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Follow the money is a good guide to education reporting too.
It turns out that university administrators can feel apologetic.
Well, it looks like the University of Nevada at Reno is training the next generation of NFL fans: This UN won’t defame Colin Kaepernick but the American flag is fair game.
Here we go again with another hate crime hoax in academia, only this time it’s at the Air Force Academy.
Well, what do you know? The Jesuit university I went to is actually doing something religious.
In a move sure to annoy the academic left already hostile to him, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed an executive order effectively outlawing BDS in the state.
Those who would debate gun control, inside and outside academe, face a special problem when explaining what Chicago exemplifies.
In a break of stories of conservative students nationwide whose freedoms have been restricted, we found one place where they at least feel free.
College presidents and university administrators waste no time lining up at microphones and manning the op-ed pages on the need to help poor students. However, when we’re not looking, they help the rich.