And they’re scratching their heads trying to figure out why.
And from an academic world that encounters it too rarely.
But to their credit, the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) did not try to put a big happy face on it.
But don’t expect other universities to follow suit.
Well it didn’t take long for the purge in the academic gulag to begin.
While reporters, activists and Senate staffers dissect Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s life and letters, we did our own reconnaissance.
It’s always refreshing to run across an essay by an academic historian who actually has something to say. It’s also exceedingly rare. “More than 240 years removed from the Declaration of Independence, many Americans on…
The Wisconsin Supreme Court decided against Marquette University in its ongoing legal battle with John McAdams, the professor it fired for publicly rebuking a graduate assistant for forcing her opinions on her class.
At the University of Michigan they seem to be at odds. “A professor at Michigan State University is alleging that Latino students perpetuate “colorblind racism” due to their commitment to meritocracy and free market values,”…
There’s a risk to using a historical epoch hyperbolically to decry a current event: If it’s recent enough, there may be someone who is a first-hand witness to the former. In an essay deploring Trump…
Perhaps if we still had the draft, professors would understand the difference between soldiers who put their lives at risk every day and reporters who don’t.
Nothing shows how flimsy the pretext of academic integrity is than the efforts of a Republican to enter academic ranks.
It does occur. For example, among establishment Republicans who fret that taking a tough position on border security endangers a GOP seeking to broaden its base.
From the political party that most frequently proclaims, “It’s for the children.”
Perhaps it’s the modern day equivalent of letting the inmates run the asylum.
Much to the consternation of the larger community at Harvard Law.
UCLA is paying its students $13 an hour to promote “social injustices,” which costs $42,000 a year and comes from mandatory student funds.
Three years after being targeted by Yale student mobs, Yale professor Nicholas Christakis received the highest award for a Yale University professor for his work.
The entire Ivy League has declared its brotherhood with Harvard as it battles Asian-Americans alleging discrimination, and it sounds suspiciously as though they are trying to cloak their opposition to Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) as a defense of diversity.
We wonder how much play it will get because we might be behind only two other media outlets in reporting it–The Daily Caller and Channel 9.