This month, we learn how to leave the Left behind, by someone who did, in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
Believe it or not, Fresno State has discovered that Hate Speech can emanate from the Left.
A committee of the Board of Governors at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill actually put the brakes on the law school there.
Can it be that everything we have been told about the benefits of public school is wrong?
Those who would like to soften the hard sciences may think that they are building metaphorical bridges but you might not want to drive over the physical bridges they construct.
Democratic Party economists warehoused in academia between elections have spent decades denying that minimum wage increases cause unemployment. Unfortunately, they do.
Law schools are no longer content just to teach creative readings of statutes, not to mention the Constitution itself. They actually want to apply them in real time.
YALCon, a conference hosted by Young Americans for Liberty began on Wednesday, July 27 at the Sheraton Hotel in Reston, VA. Hosted annually, speakers are prime influencers and leaders in the liberty movement with some…
Ilan Wurman, attorney and legal scholar, has written a new book entitled, A Debt Against the Living: An Introduction to Originalism, providing further insight into the legal theory of originalism, a legal philosophy applied by conservative and libertarian jurists and academics.
Although he focused most of his energies in his later years on researching and writing about the history of espionage and internal security in the United States, he had quite a background in economics as well, much to the benefit of his readers over the course of his career.
Academics don’t blur distinctions between apples and oranges, only between dictatorships and democracies.
Students at Cal-Berkeley want to rename buildings because they’re offended, and the administration is not moving quickly to comply with the students’ demands.
The state of Louisiana is studying how to balance the budget for a free tuition program for state residents, which has ballooned to over $300 million.
For profit colleges, long the bete noire of the Left, may have found a way to get in the good graces of uberprogressives, research from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) indicates.
A college covered the tab for a social justice training, which cost $1,600.
Scholar Charles Murray was called a “white nationalist” by Harvard students, who do not agree with the premise of his 1994 book on nature-vs.-nurture in ethnic groups.
Specifically, they are having a Freaky Friday and demonstrating in the streets, the way students did in the 1960s.
Due process for the accused is making a comeback under Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Two college professors are being dogged for saying that “not all cultures are created equal” and have been criticized for it.
Boston College, a Catholic college, is challenging the National Labor Relations Board (known as NLRB) over student unionization efforts at the institution. Boston College claimed that religious institutions are exempt from such efforts, supported by…