In its own Jesuitical way, Boston College is trying to be Catholic in more than name only.
The latest annual ballet of college spending is playing out as regularly as The Nutcracker does at Christmastime.
Academic researchers are still trying to find a way to explain the left-ward drift of students without accounting for public schools.
Teachers are suing the state of Arizona to reinstate a controversial ethnic studies curricula that the state assembly cut off funding for earlier this year.
If national elections were held exclusively on college campuses, America truly would become a one-party state.
Catholic Boston College had dropped a link to Planned Parenthood that appeared on one of its school websites.
When academics venture off campus, they may take a little longer to notice things than the rest of us.
Following in the spirit of Halloween, albeit a bit belated, are several academic surprises, courtesy of The Chronicle of Higher Education.
George Washington University is actually bringing a one-time Republican officeholder to its’ Foggy Bottom campus, of course, he is no longer a member of the GOP.
Accommodation of the Soviet Union, to one degree or another, was itself a byproduct of academic thought.