Skipping class is getting easier for students thanks to technology, but what effect will this have on higher education?
Solving literacy problems one road trip at a time. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention.
While parents may believe they have the sole right to teach their children about sex, at least one court has said otherwise and approved sex surveys being handed out to children without parental consent.
It seems that many English professors just can’t figure out why good men like Joseph Stalin are disliked nowadays. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention held in Washington, D.C.
English professors like to talk about current events and war for oil theories about Iraq, but rarely do they get their facts straight first. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention held in Washington, D.C.
Two students came forward to testify about political harassment at Temple University during academic freedom hearings on January 9 and 10.
Looking for a job in a university English department? Come to the MLA convention and pitch an invented field of study and you’re in. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention.
School administrators, professors and organizations denied political harrassment problems during academic freedom hearings which were held at Temple University, in Philadelphia on January 9 and 10.
Don’t expect red ink marking those comma splices and run-on sentences in your next English class. From the Modern Language Association 2005 convention held in Washington, D.C.
Woodward needs to take a lesson from his won words when it comes to journalistic ethics.
When he bolted the GOP in 2009, former U. S. Senator Arlen Specter, R-PA, may have jeopardized his political future but he insured himself of an academic berth, should he fancy one.
The protracted wake for Christopher Hitchens, perhaps the ultimate contrarian scribe, continues. Too many people have too many great memories that beg to be recorded.
Youth unemployment is at 17.4 percent—one of the highest levels since World War II.
It’s rare that Hollywood produces messages in favor of conservatism.
At this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) the discussion sponsored by Regent University’s School of Government centered around the future of conservative education no matter how iffy this looks.
The people who claim the greatest fealty to the first amendment are more than likely to vote for U. S. presidents who do not have a very high regard for the entire Constitution.
Students may love to accessorize but there is a particular line on the market that they might want no part of.
Conservatism and education: two things you don’t often see mixed together – except when the federal government gets caught extending its hand into the classroom.
Despite the pleas of concerned Catholics and other citizens nationwide, the Obama Administration has issued a mandate directing religious institutions such as Thomas Aquinas College to provide insurance coverage for contraceptives, sterilization, and even abortifacients.