Much as professors insist that there is no bias in higher education, every survey shows otherwise, like the latest sample from The Wake Forest Review.
It looks like the only parts of universities that work are the independent ones, like the one that did this poll.
One of the many ironies or paradoxes of life in academia is that freedom of speech never is more complex than when it is discussed by people who speak for a living.
This year, the Washington Examiner started a series on campus speech codes, whether they call them that or not, but the news is mostly good.
The protests started when an anonymous blogger published an article alleging the misuse of tuition reimbursement funding for at least seven university employees, which was never made public last year.
As the spring semester concludes and many collegians near their graduation, current and former politicians will deliver speeches at some ceremonies.
Not the confederate one, the American one
With so much home-grown K-12 and college curricula in the United States, is it necessary to import courses from America’s adversaries?
If you ever wondered what it was like to teach in a high school in the bay area, a high school English teacher gives us a precious glimpse of what it is like.
The group called the Revolutionary Student Front vandalized a World War One memorial at the University of Texas-Austin in the name of standing up to sexual assault.
Out of state students not only add to the diversity of universities: They cross-subsidize in-state students.
Christianity teaches us that we are all equal in the eyes of God. Apparently, college professors didn’t get the memo.
In the Syracuse University student newspaper, the Daily Orange, faculty members took out an advertisement to condemn the alleged gender pay gap between men and women at the university.
Over fifty student groups at New York University are pushing a petition to encourage the university administration to divest from Israel-produced goods and products such as Sabra-brand hummus.
A UCLA law professor avers that they do indeed have civil rights.
Another divest-from-Israel student resolution is making its way in the George Washington University student association, after a failed attempt to do so last year over lack of attention to detail.
Was he on a one man crusade to bring back the 70s or was he behind the times?
New York University students protested the investment in fossil fuels, but the university administration allegedly threatened to take away their financial aid and housing, which led to the disbandment of the protest.
At least college student who went alleges that the expression there was not so free.
In fact, the academy is no longer a haven for First Amendment absolutists, if it ever was.