So-called “microaggressions” are becoming so integral to our Zeitgeist that university researchers are now tracking them scientifically, or at least pseudo-scientifically.
Apparently three Philadelphia-area schools have decided they can’t wait until Labor Day to start molding and shaping the young minds attached to the students who enroll there.
Some thoughts on academic freedom that Albert Einstein delivered more than half a century ago.
A public school veteran has actually offered an education reform that at least acknowledges the real world.
Did former FBI director James Comey break the law when leaking his own memos? A law, professor, and not a terribly conservative one, argues that he may have.
Raskin and his father also have deep ties to academia.
One week after the terrorist attack in London that claimed 22 lives, Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour, a favorite on the campus lecture circuit, spoke at the March for Truth rally here about another attack that concerned her.
University presidents vow to abide by Paris accord on Climate Change that President Trump just pulled America out of. Maybe they can move to Paris to abide by it.
Unfortunately for Abramson, some of the basic pieces of his theory don’t fit, literally.
When not amassing tens of thousands of twitter followers with anti-Trump memes that stop short of conspiracies (because he uses the word “may”), Seth Abrahamson teaches at the University of New Hampshire.