Interns from the Cato Institute represent the libertarian perspective while interns from the Heritage Foundation represent the conservative perspective.
When Students for Free Thought, a group at Lawrence University, attempted to screen the documentary Can We Take a Joke? on their campus late in the Spring, they discovered that their classmates were not a particularly light-hearted , free thinking bunch.
This month, we learn how to leave the Left behind, by someone who did, in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
Believe it or not, Fresno State has discovered that Hate Speech can emanate from the Left.
A committee of the Board of Governors at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill actually put the brakes on the law school there.
Can it be that everything we have been told about the benefits of public school is wrong?
Those who would like to soften the hard sciences may think that they are building metaphorical bridges but you might not want to drive over the physical bridges they construct.
Democratic Party economists warehoused in academia between elections have spent decades denying that minimum wage increases cause unemployment. Unfortunately, they do.
Law schools are no longer content just to teach creative readings of statutes, not to mention the Constitution itself. They actually want to apply them in real time.
YALCon, a conference hosted by Young Americans for Liberty began on Wednesday, July 27 at the Sheraton Hotel in Reston, VA. Hosted annually, speakers are prime influencers and leaders in the liberty movement with some…
Perhaps not but they should pay more attention to it, a fairly conservative scholar argues.
Evergreen State College professor of feminism and queer theory, Naima Lowe, resigned after a video surfaced of her criticizing her colleagues using choice language. She will receive a $240,000 settlement, as a part of her resignation.
At San Diego State University, there were 46 liberal-leaning speakers, 5 conservatives and 12 unaffiliated speakers during the 2016-2017 academic year.
In one sentence, my predecessor at Accuracy in Academia describes the metamorphosis of the legendary federal government agency and shows why it may soon be a career target for gender studies majors.
We’ve come full circle on school discipline: Now students beat the teacher.
A pair of progressive professors who have escaped its confines describe what drove Evergreen College to the brink of disaster.
A magazine called Everyday Feminism may have provided one
BTS is the tendency to blame the president for self-inflicted wounds.
A school district in Kentucky is making yoga part of its core curriculum.
In the good old days, safe spaces were houses, apartments, police stations, military bases….