Two professors dissect America’s Foreign Policy Elite and the Decline of U.S. Primacy
No matter how the judge rules in the lawsuit brought by Students for Fair Admissions against Harvard, the case is already a public relations nightmare for the university — on its own campus. The Harvard…
It’s getting harder and harder to find a college campus where the Admiral of the Ocean Sea can be indigenous.
Do the people who want to ban hate speech actually hate speech?
Within weeks of a professor at the University of Michigan denying a student a recommendation for study in Israel, an art class at that same university featured a slide show comparing the Israeli Prime Minister to Adolf Hitler.
An article in The Washington Monthly promises Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Higher Education Policy but doesn’t quite deliver.
Interestingly, when you read the academic reactions they reveal more of what got past reviews by peers and, if you spend any time actually reading real academic articles, what is startling is the uncanny degree to which they do look like the real thing.
Some analysts have noticed, even if it doesn’t eat up a lot of time in the 24-7 news cycle.
It is ironic that a Berkeley Ph.D. who specializes in helping the homeless and runs a school of social work should incur the enmity of the Left but that is exactly what happened when Will Rainford offered his observations on one of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers.
By definition, soft skills should be in more plentiful supply than hard ones but are endangered by trends in both parenting and education and the overlap between the two, a scholar from the Manhattan Institute suggests.
Despite the best efforts of activists in Michigan to remove them.
A group of economists at the National Bureau of Economic Research discovered a trend free market economist have noticed for decades: Low cost encourages demand.
Mark Perry, who works as an economics and finance professor at the University of Michigan-Flint, recently filed a complaint against the University of Minnesota over its use of two women-only scholarships. Perry has filed complaints…
An event during the University of Maine’s ‘sex week’ claimed that crisis pregnancy clinics were not true medical clinics.
When the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) heralds a free speech victory by one of the rare conservatives in academia, that announcement is as worthy of heralding as the victory itself.
Apparently, there is a polyamory group meeting in secret at Princeton University, but the university will not confirm its existence.
Ohio State University’s student government passed a resolution pushing for mandatory LGBTQ training for all resident assistants at the publicly-funded university.
Several University of Wisconsin student groups organized an “emergency rally” to call on the Trump administration to abolish the United States of America’s national borders, in addition to other concerns.
The University of Pittsburgh’s library had multiple LGBTQ-themed coloring books, available for its students, and after a journalist’s inquiry, some of the books were removed from a public display.
A restaurant close to Clemson University was criticized for its ‘Tijuana Chicken Sandwich’ because the sandwich description made light of the migrant caravan news.