Meghan McCain, that is. She’s scheduled to speak at George Washington University (GWU) on February 9 on the topic of “Redefining Republican: No Labels, No Boxes, No Stereotypes.”
The roster of lectures at George Washington University is about as balanced as an MSNBC broadcast.
The UN warns that illiteracy is a global problem but Americans may not have to look that far to find it.
A little less than a year after an academic and other groups wrote the Secretaries of State, Homeland Security and Justice demanding that the Obama Administration end President Bush’s “practice of ‘ideological exclusion’” in its visa policy, it seems that two Muslim academics previously barred entry could soon be making their way to American soil with visas in hand.
Like Brittney Spears and Madonna or Tiger Woods and a groupie, Sociology and Pornography had to meet, and on the stomping grounds of the former field of study. Wesleyan just approved a forum—Sociology 420—entitled Pornocopia: Society and Pornography.
Professor Michael Mann is under investigation by his employer, Penn State University, for his role in the Climategate emails. Since the 60-day investigation began in November more details should be available by the end of January, say University officials.
At a recent MLA panel, one academic criticized how, he argues, poets have abandoned their usual “skepticism” about political speech when it comes to President Barack Obama’s “eloquence.”
Before reading between the lines, you should learn to read the actual sentences that make up those bridges. Unfortunately, too often they are bridges to nowhere.
What can courts do that most Catholic colleges can’t? Take their employees off the job when they have a conflict of interest.
UC Berkeley Professor John Yoo recently appeared on the Jon Stewart Daily Show to discuss his new book Crisis in Command.