When LGBTQ activists camp out in high schools.
If you spend any time at academic conferences, you realize that their biggest target is not conservatives (and realize they have vanquished), who they barely acknowledge, but “neoliberals.”
A pair of writers in The Washington Monthly seem to believe they can.
Imagine what the AAUP would do if our own government ever entertained such a proposal.
He doesn’t like it but he’s keeping his shoes on rather than taking them off to pummel the old boy with.
The University of Iowa revoked the official status of a Christian student club, the Business Leaders in Christ, after it declined to promote an openly gay member to its leadership. The student group said it…
The Trump administration recently introduced short-term health insurance plans into the health insurance market, which could potentially destabilize another part of Obamacare, also known as the Affordable Care Act.
Perhaps if we still had the draft, professors would understand the difference between soldiers who put their lives at risk every day and reporters who don’t.
The entire Ivy League has declared its brotherhood with Harvard as it battles Asian-Americans alleging discrimination, and it sounds suspiciously as though they are trying to cloak their opposition to Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) as a defense of diversity.
For those of us who never thought that this adjective went together with this noun, particularly as the former was derived from a very famous speech by Martin Luther King.
While student activists at Harvard managed to keep the Judge Brett Kavanaugh off campus whether he gets confirmed to the Supreme Court or not, elsewhere on campus, pollsters found that the American public does not feel the same way.
Despite the inability of Berkeley officials to safely host events featuring conservative speakers, the free speech expert at the law school there sees the greatest dangers to freedom of expression beyond Berkeley’s gates. Indeed, said…
Meet the National Campus Leadership Council.
California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have mandated abortion pills be provided by California state universities, which handed the pro-life movement a victory.
But lots of invective.
Odd the way these seem to come at Republican-led universities, like the ones helmed by Mitch Daniels and Margaret Spellings.
The Georgetown women’s studies sage is in the news again, this time with a tweeted wish of death and castration to Republicans on the U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee.
Whatever the fate of President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Harvard won’t be in his future plans.
The students who brought suit against Harvard, alleging discrimination, will have their day in court but allegedly are not looking forward to it.
Even if he clears the FBI investigation a second time, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will still have to face the scrutiny of Harvard.