In a classic case of missing the point, public health officials and their stenographers in the media are blaming the spread of sexually transmitted diseases on sex education that promotes abstinence.
Is your trust fund running out but you’re still not sure which upper class career is right for you? Don’t worry, Harvard University will equip you with the necessary real life experience…
Our video of Steven Hayward’s Author’s Night presentation on The Age of Reagan is now up on YouTube.
Stanford alumni are voicing their objection to their Alumni Magazine’s September/October softball treatment of the White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett.
When most voters don’t win at the ballot box, they usually get over it the next day but make mental notes for the next election. Left-wing voters, particularly the academic variety that now may make up most of the breed, seem to need therapy, at least in print.
One piece of hope and change on the campuses that voted overwhelmingly for the party in power is that anti-war rallies centered on the American occupation of Iraq have virtually disappeared.
It’s interesting that the same worthies on campus who clamor to disinvest from Israel have yet to endorse sanctions on Iran.
California students and furloughed faculty will be feeling the pinch this academic year. Not so for University of California head coach, Jeff Tedford. He’s going to get $2.8 million for the upcoming football season.
When school district representatives told a Southern California teacher to remove the banners he had on display in his classroom, “diversity” and “tenure” were used to justify the order, according to Robert Muise, a lawyer for the Michigan-based Thomas More Law Center.
One Biola University math professor went above and beyond for his class this Holloween.