The UN warns that illiteracy is a global problem but Americans may not have to look that far to find it.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Believe it or not, a Republican president may be benefiting from some revisionist history. Indeed, the academic literature on George Herbert Walker Bush, although brief, like his presidency, is mostly, so far, laudatory.
Like Brittney Spears and Madonna or Tiger Woods and a groupie, Sociology and Pornography had to meet, and on the stomping grounds of the former field of study. Wesleyan just approved a forum—Sociology 420—entitled Pornocopia: Society and Pornography.
For the past two decades, the ever-rising tens of millions of uninsured have become an accepted premise of America’s political and academic elites but they may be as overcounted as the 57 stars on the U. S. flag.
There is such a disconnect between what colleges and universities offer and what students need that even professors are starting to notice.
In Boston, an English professor is trying to sell his class on society’s collective guilt when said students are already believers in personal responsibility.
For about a half a century, the U. S. Defense Department has been feeding the hand that bites it.
Before reading between the lines, you should learn to read the actual sentences that make up those bridges. Unfortunately, too often they are bridges to nowhere.
What can courts do that most Catholic colleges can’t? Take their employees off the job when they have a conflict of interest.
The good news: George Washington University is laying off professors.
The bad news: in the hard sciences.