Penn State and Temple are being sued for policies that the Alliance Defense Fund attorney’s say infringe on student’s right to free expression, and for retaliating against a student.
There seems to be a serious disconnect from the realities in Iraq, and the professors leading the anti-war rallies on America’s campuses.
Anti-Catholic “art” can be freely displayed at University of Illinois, but cartoons that mock Muhammad cannot be reproduced without reprisal.
Democrats migrate from political loss to high-paid university positions.
Conservative ideas are winning and organizations growing on campuses across the U.S. despite funding problems and administrative difficulties.
Students fear retaliation from professors, they feel pressured to accept the teachers viewpoints and say teachers introduce political comments in non-political classes, according to a new survey by ACTA.
When giving a history quiz to a number of college students, the American Council of Trustees and Alumni failed four out of five students.
Mal Kline exposes the illusory nature of McCarthyism in academia by examining testimony of Dr. Ellen Schrecker.
Most recently, studies by a Harvard Economist and the American Council of Trustees and Alumni have noticed disturbing trends in American higher education.
Creative new approaches by professors to instill learning in college students are reaching them in unique ways.