When the scholars you look up to need to do some remedial thinking, you may need to look elsewhere for your mentors.
A case study of the manner in which politicians turn state colleges and universities into political playgrounds.
Due to popular demand, Accuracy in Academia presents the following schedule for its Conservative University 2004 conference.
The Soviet Union fell 13 years ago, but its version of the history of communism still prevails in academia.
Undergraduate Andrew Connors comments on the state of affairs at the University of Virginia, where a student was asked to leave a university-sponsored event because of his skin color.
With higher education comes a Pandora’s box of dangerous, questionable, and all-too-readily swallowed values, warns Ben Shapiro, fresh out of UCLA at only 20 years of age.
White students preferring to be judged by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin might be leery of the diversity workshops held in one Washington, D.C.-area college classroom.
When the Ivory Tower attacks something such as the Academic Bill of Rights that author David Horowitz is promoting, it shows, by its very opposition, the need for such a restraint.
A famed man of the Left delivers a rousing defense of the West.
Officials at Barber-Scotia College sent out letters to roughly 30 students who planned to graduate to inform them that the school awarded them too many “life experiences” credits and that they would have to take some courses in order to receive a diploma.
A 90-page report about leftist bias at the University of California has stirred controversy among academics and other interested parties, but so far, the targets of the study have chosen silence as their weapon of choice.
How does a media bias translate to an academic one? When a practitioner of the former gets to ply her trade in the Ivory Tower.
None questioned the source of the information on China’s educational progress—the Chinese government itself.
Before explaining why conservative groups seem to have been targeted by the IRS, an agency official explained to congressmen why colleges and universities got a pass on taxes that they did owe.
Or vice versa,
In the latest issue of The Chronicle Review, various scholars try to come to grips with the terrorist attacks in Boston.
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty has partnered with the Stanford Law School to place future lawyers in clinics and cases related to the defense of religious liberty.
Herbert Romerstein, indeed a national treasure. A happy warrior who fought the good fight, and left the wrong side for the right side.
Today, students have easier access to college than their parents ever did, and more opportunities to go broke paying for it.
We are constantly told that America needs to import its engineers from abroad—specifically China and India—in order to make up for a perceived talent deficit in the United States.