But no one questions them on it because they usually call it something else.
The walkout protests were another part of the anti-Kavanaugh efforts on the Left
Understandably, academics are coming to the defense of a professor at the center of a national controversy. Yet and still, in doing so, are they gliding past evidence, or lack thereof, at the center of the controversy and adding to the chorus of opinions in lieu of fact?
Race-based discipline reform hurts children and cuts against one of the core purposes of schooling, Heather Mac Donald, author of The Diversity Delusion, argued in a lecture presented by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute and the Hoover Institution on Thursday, September 27.
Even with the elastic way that law has been stretched, this extracurricular activity was too much, even for law professors at Harvard sympathetic to Title IX and unsympathetic towards President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
Despite the inability of Berkeley officials to safely host events featuring conservative speakers, the free speech expert at the law school there sees the greatest dangers to freedom of expression beyond Berkeley’s gates. Indeed, said…
Meet the National Campus Leadership Council.
The Georgetown women’s studies sage is in the news again, this time with a tweeted wish of death and castration to Republicans on the U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee.
The state of New Jersey has a new regulation in its Department of Education: a provision that prevents schools from informing parents of their child’s preferred gender and gender pronouns.
A Texas-based group alleges the venerable Harvard Law Review discriminates.
But the school district hastens to add that it is not a suspension.
There is actually an organized group by that name, and they are mostly in public schools.
When liberals serve as academics by day and politicos by night, which one do you think wins out?
Apparently, some university administrators are not content with just making their campus a gun-free zone.
It seems like we’ve done this story before but we haven’t. They’re doing it again.
A recent survey suggests we have indeed.
We used to look at universities in other nations as an example of what could happen if we lose first amendment rights on campus. Now they might be looking at us as a worst-case scenario.
In response to cultural critiques of its founders, the Board of Trustees at Washington & Lee University is giving them a makeover. In an e-mail to “The W & L Community,” J. Donald Childress ’70,…
Ironically, a city that prides itself on its diversity may not offer its public students a very diverse reading list.