The Democrats try to pin the label “bigot” on Samuel Alito regarding the Concerned Alumni of Princeton, but the truth about CAP and Alito is not bigotry.
If the MLA convention speakers are any indication, English professors have a penchant for made up, misused and awkwardly constructed words. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention held in Washington, D.C.
If there is one person MLA convention speakers cannot tolerate, it is David “Destroying Higher Education” Horowitz. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention held in Washington D.C.
Enviro-friendly turn to solar-power at UNC-Chapel Hill is not cost-effective.
Collegiate athletics programs mediocre graduation rates mean it’s time for coaches and teams to step up their academics, not just their athletics.
Feminist literature may be more attractive to men these days, for all the wrong reasons. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention held in Washington, D.C.
Few African studies courses will acknowledge the repression of native regimes on the continent that has occurred since all of Africa’s 54 nations achieved independence from European colonial rule. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention held in Washington, D.C.
Academic freedom has a new legal advocate with the brand new Center for Academic Freedom from the Alliance Defense Fund.
Checking the facts: no racial undertones in King Kong, although the academy may think they exist.
Christian M. DeJohn, a Temple University grad student, has sufferable numerous setbacks to graduating; setbacks he believes stem from his confrontation of professors.
A college professor offered the type of big-picture analysis we used to expect from academics but rarely get anymore.
“By the way, government subsidies have impacted upon rising tuition costs,” Vice President Joe Biden admitted last month at Florida State University.
Imagine living in a world where dictator-run uprisings would affect the way you live your life.
Did a noted women’s college show the superficiality of its commitment to women?
Everyone who is honest about academe knows that colleges and universities tend to be wasteful and plagued by expensive redundancies.— Andrew Delbanco, professor of humanities and director of American studies at Columbia University.
In Russia, will March be the new October?
Inquiring minds want to know.
Now here’s a class to be envious of.
Contrary to what is usually reported, despite the attention given “renewable energy,” traditional sources of power offer more benefits.
The sum total of the average collegiate’s knowledge of founding father Samuel Adams may be that his visage appears on one of their favorite beers. More’s the pity.