It turns out that the legendary former Secretary of State has two chairs named after him–one at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and one at Johns Hopkins.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
The sad thing is, this might be the only way to get academics interested in the Good Book.
When you look at the data, you find that, as usual, the current wisdom is not necessarily the case.
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The university departments that provide them may soon have to.
You would have thought they were handing out Confederate flags.
Are the “teach-ins” congressional Democrats are sponsoring a tacit admission that they learned nothing in college?
Because the federal government is actually contracting.
In Texas, it’s becoming a real question.
Those who want to tarnish the legacy of Christopher Columbus, but rarely take the time to find out what it is, have come up with a new way to libel him at the South Bend museum, not far from Notre Dame.