Law schools have fewer conservatives and libertarians among their faculty than the U.S. Supreme Court, writes Jonathan Adler.
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A Catholic professor at Providence College said that his colleagues disapprove of his disdain of the leftist identity political agenda on college campuses.
Prisoners are underpaid for prison labor products, claimed Iowa State University student protesters.
A Gallup poll confirmed that the majority of Americans favor federal education tax credits to give parents the power to choose which schools that their children attend.
Administrators at Cal-Berkeley made it difficult for the College Republicans chapter to schedule speaker David Horowitz, which they ended up canceling.
The American Studies Association, an academic association, is facing a lawsuit from current and former members on its stance to push the Boycott, Divestment and Sanction (BDS) movement on its members.
A pro-traditional family group saw its activists receive an unfriendly welcome at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. from transgender and LGBT activists and supporters.
Rice University has changed the name used to describe heads of residential colleges, ‘master,’ to ‘magister.’ The university acknowledged that the term ‘master’ could offend people.
Don’t expect meetings at Clemson University to start on time, since requiring punctuality is not “inclusive,” said one employee training session at the university.
Peter Wood of the National Association of Scholars (NAS) was interviewed by the Daily Caller and had a lot to say on the lack of balanced teaching and instruction in the higher education/college system in…