Accuracy in Academia lost a great friend with the passing of Troy University journalism professor Chris Warden, the author of AIA’s forthcoming textbook Voodoo Anyone?
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
With three semesters gone, the list of dubious academic achievements of 2008 is a long one but we will try to whittle it down.
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One of the oddities of modern-day Catholic higher education, particularly in institutions run by Jesuit priests, is that Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues seems to be more ubiquitous on such campuses than Nativity scenes or Crucifixes.
American academics have mustered more support for Weather Underground alum and tenured professor Bill Ayers than they ever have for the country which they work in.
Although the U.S. president-elect is not even in office yet, his supporters are already changing the face of higher education in America moving it, if possible, even further left.
Professors generous with their time and ideas frequently concoct policies that U.S. presidents of both parties adopt.
In the wake of November’s historic election, at least one professor is discovering an impulse not widely acted upon in academia—the patriotic one.
If medical schools matched up with the practice of medicine in the way in which journalistic training preps reporters for careers in journalism, patients would be dropping like flies.
How do you look at what is happening on college campuses today and not find a left-wing bias? You interview professors and ask them if there is one.