Amid years of reports that Georgetown’s Middle East Studies program was being compromised by apologists for violent extremists, if not outright terrorists, the school has, if anything, doubled down on its approach.
If you wonder why college graduates can’t write, you might take a look at what their composition teachers cogitate over.
It appears that the Ivory Tower is not immune as observers place bets on who will be the next big shot to fall in what could be called The Pig Pool.
A California State University professor seems to think one of his mentors was.
A concerned parent in Norfolk who got no response from her daughter’s school decided to send a recorder to school to determine whether the nine-year-old girl was being bullied. Now the mom faces legal pushback for exercising her parental rights.
Well, that didn’t take long.
Less well known is the admiration he engendered in an academic icon–Bernardine Dohrn.
The Portland, Maine School District may move to take the usurpation of parental authority to a new level.
Journalism, the old cliché goes, is the first draft of history. Unfortunately, it rarely gets through rewrites before it hits the classroom. Yesterday’s headlines often look a bit silly when viewed through a microfiche, and…
When advising conservatives about how to navigate liberal-dominated academia, he counsels them to choose “a dissertation topic that’s totally non-ideological … ” and to omit experiences from their resume that reveal their conservatism when they’re seeking employment in higher education.
Public officials and protesters are calling for a black history curriculum largely as a response to the actions of a principal in the Bronx.
College Democrats at George Washington University fundraised for Planned Parenthood, a pro-abortion organization, and raised about $4,000.
New York University was the subject of a food vendor controversy, where several employees created a ‘Black History Month’ themed menu that sparked outrage due to the menu featuring watermelon-flavored water and other allegedly stereotypical foods associated with African-Americans.
Stanford University bars male students from working out for four hours a week at one of its gym facilities because some female students complained about working out in a large gym space with other students, male and female.
The race to Mars is apparently an example of ‘male entitlement,’ claimed a Stanford professor at the university’s gender research institute.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS) is trying to prove that liberal arts majors are gainfully employed but they’re not doing so all that clearly.
At least on a personal level.
Not by resisting arrest but by chasing ICE out of a career fair where agency representatives were going to recruit the next generation of agents to enforce immigration law.
When CNN finds a high school student perfectly willing and able to speak for himself, they give him a script.
Someone leaked an anti-Israel student group’s handbook, exposing their admission that they may have too many white members and aren’t as diverse as they’d like to be.