It appears that the Ivory Tower is not immune as observers place bets on who will be the next big shot to fall in what could be called The Pig Pool.
A California State University professor seems to think one of his mentors was.
A concerned parent in Norfolk who got no response from her daughter’s school decided to send a recorder to school to determine whether the nine-year-old girl was being bullied. Now the mom faces legal pushback for exercising her parental rights.
Well, that didn’t take long.
Less well known is the admiration he engendered in an academic icon–Bernardine Dohrn.
The Portland, Maine School District may move to take the usurpation of parental authority to a new level.
Journalism, the old cliché goes, is the first draft of history. Unfortunately, it rarely gets through rewrites before it hits the classroom. Yesterday’s headlines often look a bit silly when viewed through a microfiche, and…
When advising conservatives about how to navigate liberal-dominated academia, he counsels them to choose “a dissertation topic that’s totally non-ideological … ” and to omit experiences from their resume that reveal their conservatism when they’re seeking employment in higher education.
A seventh-grade student in Georgia was forced to change out of a “Fake News” T-shirt before going a class trip to tour CNN’s headquarters in Atlanta. The shirt had the letters FNN emblazoned on the front with…
CNN’s Brian Stelter took issue with President Trump’s latest tweet about the UCLA basketball players — Cody Riley, LiAngelo Ball and Jalen Hill, who were arrested in China for shoplifting and, thanks to Trump, were recently…
The free speech policy at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst brings to mine an axiom of the late, great author M. Stanton Evans, which he dubbed “Evans Law of Inadequate Paranoia.”
Professors may dismiss the link between immigration and crime whether it exists or not.
The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a bill, now headed for the SC Senate with support from the governor, designed to protect students from anti-semitic acts.
It never occurs to him that his success is due to the fact that he is successful.
All those collegiates thrilled to stay on their parents’ insurance after graduation might not realize that their parents may not be covered either.
Her peers have indirectly dressed down the Yale psychiatrist who diagnosed the president as unstable without ever examining him personally.
Could this, to revive a phrase that might be used by the more traditional English professors who populated the MLA in days of old, lead to a a renaissance for the organization?
Only in higher education, it seems, do the number of jobs go up when the number of customers go down.
Which state has excelled in producing presidents and college football champions? Here’s a hint: It begins with an O.
At least one positive education statistic did go up during the Obama years.