The Blue and Gray Press, the student newspaper for the University of Mary Washington, saw its printing budget axed by the school administration over alleged environmental concerns, which starkly contrasted with previous statements by administrators on their reporting standards.
Robert Wielgus has made wolves his life’s work and it paid handsomely, if not in the manner in which he expected.
An indication of how far the politically correct trend has gone is the recent effort to get To Kill A Mockingbird off of reading lists.
Grinnell and Ohio State University are joining the retreat.
More than a quarter of a century ago, the late great sage Russel Kirk made a stunningly prescient analysis of the woes of academe in the United States that university presidents would be well advised to revisit.
CUNY has partnered with pro-abortion group Planned Parenthood to research “reproductive justice” via a fellowship in the Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy.
But as a “spirit leader” not a mascot.
Georgia became the ninth state to pass a law banning “free speech zones” on college campuses.
Every time veteran college administrators and professors get together to show that they know how to save higher education, they show that they don’t. “Another solution is to sponsor new academic programs,” Brian C. Mitchell…
A University of Akron professor attempted to upgrade his female students by giving them points for their gender.