A recent survey suggests we have indeed.
We used to look at universities in other nations as an example of what could happen if we lose first amendment rights on campus. Now they might be looking at us as a worst-case scenario.
In response to cultural critiques of its founders, the Board of Trustees at Washington & Lee University is giving them a makeover. In an e-mail to “The W & L Community,” J. Donald Childress ’70,…
Ironically, a city that prides itself on its diversity may not offer its public students a very diverse reading list.
It barely comes up.
For years the word truth was usually preceded by the definite article. Now, at least politically and academically–and they often overlap, it is getting other modifiers.
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This time when they told him not to let politics interfere with his professional duties, they actually attached punishments.
A lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin warns that the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court could have an adverse affect on affirmative action, even though the recently minted justice has never ruled on an affirmative action case.
Christine Fair, the Georgetown political scientist who wished death and dismemberment upon the Republican half of the U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee over their support of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, has been placed on “research leave” by Georgetown University. Maybe she’ll learn something.