The enclave in the Alps in which the President went to the World Economic Forum is apparently something like Aspen and draws the same type of people.
Nancy McEldowney was exactly the kind of swamp dweller the Trump administration has vowed to send packing
An Islamic art exhibit is currently on display at Texas A&M University’s Reynolds Gallery in the school’s Memorial Student Center (MSC). The exhibit titled “Salaam” involves multiple groups: “The MSC Visual Arts Committee has collaborated…
This is a question being asked on both sides of the Ivy-covered walls.
Beyond the difficulty of sitting in them on parents’ night, most of us probably had no idea that they were so significant. “This philosophically driven work is intended to trouble the position of the small…
With one court ruling against him, John McAdams, the conservative Marquette professor suspended for criticizing a graduate assistant who would not allow her students to express disagreement with same sex marriage, is taking his case to the next level.
Progressive pedagogues do have high standards…when you attack them. When they’re on offense it’s a different playbook.
George Washington University professor of English, Ayanna Thompson, was recently featured in a university department news article that highlights her interpretation of William Shakespeare’s plays in today’s race-relation atmosphere
After the Charlottesville, Virginia protests that resulted in the death of a counter-protester, college administrators are afraid of how to handle controversial speakers on their campuses in 2018.
The other UN, the University of Nebraska, that is.
At Hofstra University, students debated whether to keep a statue of American Founding Father Thomas Jefferson on campus grounds, or to remove it.
One of the many ironies or paradoxes of life in academia is that freedom of speech never is more complex than when it is discussed by people who speak for a living.
The Kennedy School at Harvard University announced a new fellowship for students, specifically student leaders who are “committed to the Latino community” to honor a deceased chief diversity officer.
Progressives have been preaching integration while segregating their own progeny for so long that even the New York Times is starting to notice.
University of Rochester allegedly sent around a “gender exclusivity waiver” to its fraternities and athletes to file at their respective organizations.
It is worthy of note when someone from the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) criticizes a Democratic U. S. Secretary of Education, even if the latter’s tenure has expired.
Although zero is the only universally acceptable number for violent incidents in schools, it should be noted that in North Carolina as in the nation as a whole, the number of violent incidences has actually gone down although not all the numbers are good .
This year, the Washington Examiner started a series on campus speech codes, whether they call them that or not, but the news is mostly good.
Dartmouth College published an online guide, “Feminist Geography,” to combat alleged “masculinity” in the geography field.
A journal article, written by a professor in Paris, claimed President Trump is an “inaudible” public speaker full of “rambling incoherence.”