More than a quarter of a century ago, the late great sage Russel Kirk made a stunningly prescient analysis of the woes of academe in the United States that university presidents would be well advised to revisit.
Every time veteran college administrators and professors get together to show that they know how to save higher education, they show that they don’t. “Another solution is to sponsor new academic programs,” Brian C. Mitchell…
The president of Santa Monica College urged students to report hate speech but does the warning contain a loophole wherein the first amendment can disappear?
Perhaps there was a time when great writers were welcomed in academia and appreciated the time they spent there. This isn’t that time.
U. S. Department of Education (DOE) Secretary Betsy DeVos may have just made a huge mistake but it’s not likely one her critics would ever chastise her for.
They may not know the Bill of Rights, but students are being asked to broaden their base of knowledge in ways never before imagined, at least by most taxpayers.
The May 16, 2018 walkout is being organized by the North Carolina Association of Educators.
Two scholars remembered the birthday of Karl Marx: one had the basic facts about Marx, the other the basic facts about Marxism.
You might ask the sages who issued culturally appropriate warnings beforehand.
As a fellow at the Hamilton Center, Mary Grabar gets to follow closely the comings and goings at nearby Hamilton College.
It’s something you can expect to hear from media and academic elites. Therefore, like most of their pronouncements, it merits closer examination.
With the U. S. Supreme Court ready to pass judgement on how demanding teacher’s unions can be, the National Education Association (NEA) is already girding for the worst news they could get.
Arizona State University is offering a bachelor’s and master’s degree in “Social Justice and Human Rights,” claiming it will have relevance in the professional world.
Two Christian colleges win a court case that will allow them to reject the contraception mandate under Obamacare, meaning they will not be forced to pay for contraceptives.
But not until the school year is over.
Apparently the Trump Administration’s Justice Department felt compelled to show how it differs from the agency presided over by the previous administration.
Princeton University officials are encouraging male students to attend a bi-weekly discussion group that aims to make men confront their masculinity and make them “tremendously vulnerable.”
A keynote speaker at Princeton’s pre-graduation ceremony gave his speech on resisting the administration, without naming President Trump by name.
Actually, Painter is his name.
Some of us might have wondered, if they stop playing the National Anthem in blue states, would anybody notice?