We at Accuracy in Academia remember Memorial Day and what it truly means: Remembering the sacrifices of our servicemen and servicewomen.
There is confusion in academia of who would represent conservatism in Congress, whether it is Mitch McConnell or Paul Ryan.
Academic jargon is hard to understand, but one academic noted that the insider terminology does not help students progress in their fields of study.
Vice President Mike Pence spoke about free speech and differing opinions at Notre Dame, yet 100 students out of over 3,100 walked out in protest of Pence and Trump.
A Harvard University study discovered that the media coverage about President Trump’s first one-hundred days in office were overwhelmingly negative.
Last year, MIT proudly announced that it was building a solar energy plant in North Carolina that it claimed would benefit both the bay and “tar heel” states. More than half a year later, those…
Dr. Paul Griffiths urged colleagues to not attend diversity training and ended up resigning when faced with two disciplinary actions at Duke Divinity School.
Basic economics and reality confound college professors, such as public perception of jobs and economic growth.
John K. Wilson of the AAUP writes about the new campus free speech law in Tennessee and some of the pros and cons of the law.
Linda Sarsour is not a terrorist, claimed two rabbis in an op-ed. Sarsour is an anti-Israel activist and will be speaking at CUNY’s commencement this year.