If you thought that the Modern Language Association was a highly politicized group whose real activities belied its innocuous-sounding name, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Environmentally conscious undergrads beware: some of the same people warning of the dangers of global warming now were predicting an ice age back in the 1970s.
Outside of Hollywood, there can be no greater holdout from the Republican message than the Ivory Tower, yet the information trickling out of surveys and studies shows that it did not come up short in the controversial practice of earmarking federal funds that the congressional elephants became associated with.
Tomorrow’s military leaders do not necessarily face a cakewalk through college.
Most schools spend more time on the politics of identity than do transgendered transvestites.
AIA executive director Mal Kline’s hairline leaves left-wing bloggers fractured.
Public school parents might be less than assured when they hear about the clarity with which the federal government defines safety under the No Child Left Behind law.
You would think that a policy that both liberals and conservatives find abhorrent would cease to exist.
Georgetown has hired widely known lecturers with as much teaching experience as outgoing UN Ambassador John Bolton but they have mostly been former Democratic office holders or political appointees in Democratic presidential administrations.
Believe it or not, there is a trio of trends in higher education that both left- and right-wing critics of academe are alarmed by.