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.
According to their statement, they want Congress to craft “…a narrowly tailored solution to address the urgent problem created by the rescission of DACA.”
It turns out that graduates think they can benefit from them too.
Academics who complain that activists have been complaining about them since time immemorial have a point.
And you thought education majors had no fun. “The fall of 2006 was a time of turmoil in my life,” Ryan Williams-Virden writes in Ed Allies. “Having dropped my Education and Cultural Diversity class after…
It never occurs to him that his success is due to the fact that he is successful.
Could this, to revive a phrase that might be used by the more traditional English professors who populated the MLA in days of old, lead to a a renaissance for the organization?
A college football team staying in a Trump hotel for the Orange Bowl should be easy material for a progressive wit, if you could find a witty progressive.
A school simulation of the pre-Revolutionary War Stamp Act went awry in Virginia, leading the school administration and teachers to apologize for not explaining the simulation clearly to parents.