In a move sure to annoy the academic left already hostile to him, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed an executive order effectively outlawing BDS in the state.
College presidents and university administrators waste no time lining up at microphones and manning the op-ed pages on the need to help poor students. However, when we’re not looking, they help the rich.
Normalizing Anti-Semitism in Student Governments
Purging Jewish Students From the Israeli/Palestinian Debate
When campus radicals run out of conservatives or even moderates to use the heckler’s veto on, they turn their sights to other radicals deemed insufficiently radical.
At a Rutgers University panel discussion in October, “Identity politics: the new racialism on campus?,” sponsored by Spike, “a British anti-misanthropy current-affairs magazine,” audience members began interrupting the panelists with chants of “black lives matter!”…
A student-written op-ed that ran in the September 25th issue of The Daily Princetonian argued that conservatives should not have the benefit of free speech, and do not even have the right to expect its protection.
In a math textbook for teachers, a math professor claims that her discipline is a “white privilege,” but do her claims add up?
How do you defend student group s who physically endanger students exercising their verbal First Amendment rights? With a lot of double talk, a veritable word salad.
Social media posts resulted in another academic career setback.
The vice chair of the College Democrats at the University of Wisconsin recently resigned due to social media posts on Twitter.
A Catholic university promoted a LGBT ‘mixer’ event and a resident assistant objected to posting the event flyer. But, the student will have to comply in the future.
It seems that the University of North Carolina under the stewardship of former Republican U. S. Secretary of Education (DOE) Margaret Spellings is developing a reputation for competence reminiscent of her tenure at DOE.
Professors at the University of Miami blamed President Donald Trump for their struggles teaching in today’s political environment.
Since most professors want more regulations, this is truly a breakthrough. “If you rent or buy a place to live in New York, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., or any other high-priced city in the country,…
A Fresno State University professor agreed to pay $17,000 to settle a lawsuit after he erased pro-life chalk messages.
University of Maryland students were unhappy after the administration rejected ban on hate symbols, when the administration cited First Amendment protections for their decision.
San Diego Sate University professors want to abolish the university mascot, the Aztec.
In the latest issue of Reason magazine, Katherine Mangu-Ward adds something to the gun control debate that activists and academics on all sides of the issue rarely provide—facts.
Thanks to social media, a demoted professor can still make like a “public intellectual.”