One wonders if the calls to end the electoral college come from the type of people who think it is an actual college. As economist Walter Williams recently pointed out, even a superficial review of…
Puerto Rico has charter schools.
Once inextricably linked to the Catholic Church, the pro-life movement has become increasingly estranged from it, particularly at the college and university level.
The Democratic challenger, locked in a neck-and-neck race, as of this writing, with conservative icon, U. S. Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is running a well-oiled, financially at least, campaign largely driven by contributions from employees of the University of Texas.
With the killing of Jamal Kashoggi, a contributor to The Washington Post, in Saudi Arabia, media outlets started churning out stories on President Trump’s past business deals with the Saudis, but have yet to examine the Arab nation’s very current economic exchanges with American colleges and universities.
The two Ivy League schools whose progeny like to lecture the rest of us about diversity have a hard time achieving it themselves but might be overlooking an obvious solution they are not predisposed to….
The political science professors who run an annual poll rating all the American presidents just released their yearly survey and rated the current president dead last. The part of the study that has garnered the…
A trio of professors at the University of Oklahoma is team teaching a course designed by none other than the classic British poet W. H. Auden.
When the government tries to create jobs, it somehow only winds up creating new regulations.
The Yale Law School Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic is helping to represent PEN America in a lawsuit against the president in which they allege that he is illegally attempting to muzzle the media.
University of Chicago students were unhappy on social media after university police apprehended armed robbers after a security alert went out to students to stay safe.
The University of New Orleans claims that a Valentine’s Day note could constitute a form of sexual harassment.
A Christian student group at the University of Iowa won a lawsuit against the university over unfair standards applied to them, but not other student groups.
Meir Elran, a former general in the Israeli Defense Forces, was slated to teach a course at the University of Chicago, but his appointment has been opposed by socialist and pro-Palestinian students.
The Virginia Democratic Party scandal regarding the use of blackface has upset students and faculty alike at George Mason University, which led to the university holding an event so students could vent their feelings and emotions.
A controversial teaching assistant at the University of Georgia, who said that ‘some white people may have to die’ is okay, now has a defender in the form of the university union.
A University of Arizona professor, who is transgender, sued the university for not covering a certain medical procedure for transgender individuals.
Ben Shapiro, a conservative commentator, was disinvited from a Christian university, but after public outcry, the university invited him back.
An anti-communist Italian language instructor was fired by Emory University because her personal blog was discovered by a local newspaper.
Censoring dorm hall content is no longer an issue at the University of Michigan, which had planned to implement the censorship policy until recently.