Two events occurred in Washington, DC, in late February that could foreshadow a significant decline in the independence of American colleges and universities.
Even those who support the use of racial and ethnic admission preferences cannot argue that such discrimination ought to take place in secret.
The University of Minnesota’s Department of Theatre, Arts and Dance is hosting the Dario Fo play, “The Pope and the Witch” through March 9. Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments.
Vance Fried, the Brattain Professor of Management at Oklahoma State University, has set forth a proposal that he believes will enable students to get “champagne education on a beer budget.”
When the president of William and Mary removed a cross from the altar of the chapel, everone noticed, including the state legislature that helps to pay his salary.
Although the recent “Emerging Issues” conference at North Carolina State University missed the boat on the big issues, there were a few bright spots that education leaders ought to know about.
Did MIT let a distinguished black scientist go because of his opposition to embryonic stem cell research?
Berkeley gets another chance to rev up the Class Struggle, at taxpayer expense.
Strange as it may seem, it is quite possible for someone who has never gone to law school to be a good attorney.
A trial concerning the censorship of art depicting Jesus Christ starts today
in the federal case of Peck v. Baldwinsville School District.
The case involves a school district’s censorship of a kindergartner’s
art poster containing a picture of Jesus.