The University of Texas at Austin seems to think so. “For example, UT has a Social Justice Institute, a ‘central component’ of the UT Community Engagement Center within the 94-person Department of Diversity and Community…
Those collegiate who keep telling pollsters that the Bill of Rights is less important to them than their comfort may want to see how comfortable they would be in a nation, or continent, where leaders felt the same way.
A professor at Rice University wonders if climate change, more commonly known as global warming among non-Millennials, will eliminate racism across the world.
A recommendation that the heroes of the Alamo not be described that way was sharply rejected by the Texas Education Commission but the first woman to get the Democratic nomination for president was not so fortunate.
Free speech absolutists are getting nearly impossible to find on campuses, at least among the Left that dominates universities.
Reading alone is a lost art and reading outside your comfort zone is even rarer in an age of microaggressions and trigger warnings. Yet and still, an associate professor at John Brown University suggests we do just that.
Sometimes what looks like bad news inside academe may actually be a good omen for the rest of us.
Aaron Barlow of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) argues that social media has been the undoing of pedagogues in America.
Members of an earlier generation remember exactly where they were when President Kennedy was assassinated. For a later generation, it was 9-11.
A small, private Christian college in Point Lookout, Missouri made headlines this week after the global apparel company Nike cut an ad with controversial football athlete Colin Kaepernick.