Fired essentially for no other reason than acting on her conservative Republican beliefs in her free time, acclaimed sociologist Jean Cobbs has long been a dissident whose tribulations AIA has followed with concern.
Barely two years after a federal judge ordered the school to revise its politically correct speech code, administrators at Shippensburg State University in Pennsylvania remain undaunted, constantly patrolling for insensitivity.
A reader on Bob Parks’ Cockeyed Payout column: “An oasis of reason in a sea of hysteria.”
Boutique academics at a recent conference on “neoliberalism” take on globalization and free markets.
The City of Boston will soon announce a settlement with the family of Victoria Snelgrove, the Emerson College student who was killed by a pepper pellet shot following the ALCS.
Ranked with Harvard and Yale as one of America’s most liberal law schools, Duke is embarrassed of producing a Republican President.
Dr. Farhat Haq’s joust with criminology professor Mike Adams from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington is amazingly ragged for a college professor who has been giving lectures for two decades.
The current generation of college-aged young adults—often called either Generation Y or the “Millennials”—lives in a culture of unprecedented choice and individualism.
For decades, higher education institutions have utilized racial preferences and quota programs, euphemistically called “affirmative action” in their admission policies. At least one member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights would like to see that practice come to an end.
At Bucknell University there are offices staffed by paid employees of the university who spend their time encouraging students to adopt their political views.