A Bloomsburg University sociologist is trying to tie Turning Point USA to the alt-right, mostly by putting them in the same sentence.
Many are recognizably Catholic in that they have the reputation for being so, largely due to their age.
Perhaps not but they should pay more attention to it, a fairly conservative scholar argues.
We’ve come full circle on school discipline: Now students beat the teacher.
And they want to abolish it.
When academics look for male role models, you never know what they’re going to find.
A new study from the Pioneer Institute in Boston shows that in Massachusetts, Common Core, like the world, is with us late and soon. Unfortunately, it’s got all the world’s drawbacks and none of its benefits.
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) have issued a report on “National Security, the Assault on Science, and Academic Freedom” that might leave readers who have studied such matters scratching their heads.
Now, nearly five months after the fact, we know a lot more about what transpired before the Charlottesville face-off between the alt-right and alt left, thanks to a public records request from The Chronicle of Higher Education that netted the publication thousands of internal emails from UVA.
If this doesn’t make a double quarter pounder with cheese look more attractive I don’t know what will.
According to three British professors, statistics are no longer “colorblind” and can be used by “white racial interests” against others.
The other UN, the University of Nebraska, that is.
Michael Rectenwald, a liberal studies professor at New York University (NYU), is known on Twitter for making fun of liberals, their political ideology and academia in general.
For one thing, it tells what a group is.
Asian American students, by taking responsibility to integrate international Asian students, are perpetuating ‘colorblind racism,’ one professor claimed in a study.
At the Teacher’s College at Columbia University, a professor offers a course on ‘Trumpism,’ claiming that it comes from homophobia, xenophobia and other roots of society.
According to their statement, they want Congress to craft “…a narrowly tailored solution to address the urgent problem created by the rescission of DACA.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center, beloved source of media and academia alike, turns out to be not so poor after all.
UNC-Charlotte’s inaugural “Sex Week” events on their campus is co-sponsored by organizations such as Planned Parenthood. Some of the activities involve fighting the ‘stigma’ of ‘slut-shaming,’ or validating sexual promiscuity.
A college professor at Linfield College has a checklist for people to see if they are white supremacists.