Recently reporter Campbell Brown talked about the activism of the news media after 9-11 and Hurricane Katrina. What ever happened to “just the facts ma’am”?
The Catholic League presents brand new politically correct song titles for your “Holiday” enjoyment.
Filmmaker Maloney attacks collegiate bias from behind the lens in “Brainwashing 101 and 201.”
The great test scores that you have been hearing about may not be as impressive as the educational establishment wants you to think they are.
In Baltimore County’s new English class, a noun is defined as “stuff” and a verb as “what stuff does.” Correspondingly, the texts for the class, called “Studio Course,” are often teen magazines.
Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation, a group founded in April of this year by columnist Don Feder and others, held a press conference on Thursday, Dec 1 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to defend the Christmas holiday.
The Tar Heel state provides an instructive case study of college corporate welfare in action.
As late as the 1960s Paul Ehrlich predicted that millions of people in American would be dying of starvation in the 1980s. It never happened.
Professors Stanley Rothman, Neil Nevitte and S. Robert Lichter tested the hypothesis that “an ideological homogeneity exists in academia that has become self reinforcing.”
A recent federal court decision tried to give public schools control over their pupils’ lives that those students’ parents usually exercise.
Is it an idea whose time has come?
Intellectuals become quite unnerved when we common folk do our own research in what they call “the Humanities.”
“Were the EU a term paper, a lenient professor would likely give it a D+.”— Jakub Grygiel, the George H.W. Bush Senior Associate Professor of International Relations at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University
Yet another pedagogue has taken a stab at understanding conservatism and missed the target by a mile, like most other intellectuals who have attempted similar exercises.
Seattle, WA—One of the alarming trends exposed at this year’s Modern Language Association (MLA) meeting is the degree to which cutting is featured prominently in young adult’s literature.
Seattle, WA— Those to whom perspiration is part of their actual job might find it surprising that professors view themselves as working in sweatshop conditions.
Seattle, WA— Look at what the Modern Language Association wants to digitize.
Success is still possible for young entrepreneurs even in times like these, an entrepreneurial professor advises.
Seattle, WA— The latest Chronicle Review posits the question, ““The End of Queer Theory?” but the question may be premature. This year’s Modern Language Association (MLA) meeting featured about as many panels on “Gay Studies in Literature and Language as last year’s.
Seattle, WA— At the 2012 Modern Language Association annual meeting, graduate students trotted out their dissertations in the hopes of landing their first job.