A student at the University of Wisconsin at Madison tried to make a terrorism class more challenging: He demanded that the word “jihad” be eliminated from it.
Big names might garner hits and visits but not necessarily provide accuracy.
They may rank among the lowest in numbers or percentages of any group admitted to Harvard, but they rank first in SAT scores, Attorneys for Students for Fair Admissions showed in court.
Two professors dissect America’s Foreign Policy Elite and the Decline of U.S. Primacy
No matter how the judge rules in the lawsuit brought by Students for Fair Admissions against Harvard, the case is already a public relations nightmare for the university — on its own campus. The Harvard…
It’s getting harder and harder to find a college campus where the Admiral of the Ocean Sea can be indigenous.
Do the people who want to ban hate speech actually hate speech?
Within weeks of a professor at the University of Michigan denying a student a recommendation for study in Israel, an art class at that same university featured a slide show comparing the Israeli Prime Minister to Adolf Hitler.
An article in The Washington Monthly promises Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Higher Education Policy but doesn’t quite deliver.
Interestingly, when you read the academic reactions they reveal more of what got past reviews by peers and, if you spend any time actually reading real academic articles, what is startling is the uncanny degree to which they do look like the real thing.