At the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, a conservative professor has PC administrators ruing the day they granted him tenure.
Making its break from reality official, the American Association of University Professors named as its new chief a college administrator who is famous for sponsoring conferences on sex at a state university.
In the span of a month, two killings have shocked the college community at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, leading to questions regarding the UNC system’s admission policies as well as campus security.
Last month, commencement-day speakers around the country used the podium to deliver the same sort of political broadsides that students can expect to hear if they tune in to this year’s Democratic convention.
Religious freedom in America’s schools is under attack—and courtrooms frequently provide the battleground.
We don’t have to worry about our college graduation rate. We do have to worry about what happens before students get to college.
Our 40th president summed up a problem in American education today in words worth reading, along with one of his simple solutions.
If you had any doubts that higher education in America today is modeled more along the lines of Stalinist techniques than the Socratic method, you won’t after reading Ben Shapiro’s Brainwashed.
“How come we don’t have an intifada in this country?” asked Dr. Hatem Bazian of the University of California at Berkeley.
Private schools abroad that accept government subsidies usually end up losing much of their autonomy and distinctiveness, an economic researcher warns.
Perhaps because their own financial needs are so well taken care of, most professors seldom explore a topic of consuming interest to those of us outside campus walls.
Schools such as Rutgers University and the University of California Berkley have had lawsuits filed against them due to hateful activity directed toward Jewish students and faculty that has ensued on their campuses.
“Why is it that the language of allegory, once generally understood by our culture as a whole, has been banished from our nation’s sacred sites so completely that one needs to spot naïve roadside memorials to find unambiguous statements of grief and love?”— Michael J. Lewis, the Faison-Pierson-Stoddard Professor of Art at Williams
Pro-life students often find themselves to be a beleaguered lot, and not just on Catholic campuses.
Is that a metaphor?
Two law school professors recently broke with prevailing academic orthodoxies to declare that states requiring doctor’s to share information from ultrasounds with patients contemplating abortions were acting legally.
In his book, Battle for Our Minds: Western Elites and the Terror Threat, Michael Widlanski points out how political correctness is hindering the American battle against Islamic terror.
“There is a myth that low-skilled immigration is good for the economy and yet in areas where there are no low-skilled workers, their laws get mowed and the dishes in their restaurants get cleaned.”—Barry Chiswick, George Washington University economist at the Cato Institute on April 26, 2012
John K. Wilson of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) objects to the efforts of the Tennessee assembly to affirm the freedom of association of Christian groups.
While Creative Writing majors are serving coffee and college graduates who majored in various species of “studies” are occupying Wall Street, K Street or any other venue where they can pitch a tent, some institutions are actually offering degrees in fields that look more promising.