After all these decades, an academic finally found something negative to say about Soviet dictator Josef Stalin: He was a tyrannical…editor.
Last weekend, the Philadelphia Society met at its regional meeting in Atlanta to celebrate the life and thoughts of one of its members—Russell Kirk, arguably one of the pre-eminent men of letters in the twentieth Century.
The notion of a college education as a path to material success is starting to require artificial respiration.
One-time Democratic presidential candidates lamented the growth of the national security state in a forum held last month at Georgetown.
Academics are distressed at the thought that Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, could do to them what the internet has done to newspaper reporters.
The 50 percent remediation rate in colleges is often cited by critics of public schools, including Accuracy in Academia, as evidence of the failure of these elementary and secondary schools.
The progress and advancement of MOOC’s show that higher education must adjust.
Aldous Huxley call your office.
Call it the Battle of the Single Sex
Many know that Hillsdale College accepts no federal funds but fewer know of some of the school’s other milestones.