“Queering Childhood” “Queer Theory and the Bible” “Queering Religion” “Whiteness: Race, Sex and Representation” The four preceding Pomona College course titles appear in the Young America’s Foundation’s (YAF) 2018-2019 Comedy and Tragedy Report, a compilation…
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Butler University Changes Anti-Trump Course Description after Outcry
Butler University, a university located in the red state of Indiana, recently had to change a course description after it was exposed to be an anti-Trump activist platform.
The Triumph of “Fake” History
The study of American history on college campuses has fallen from 18% in 1972 to 9% today, said historian Daniel Pipes.
Big Ten Universities Require Diversity and Cultural Courses as Student Debt Balloons
Diversity and culture courses are more important than financial literacy and slowing down student debts in Big Ten schools.
Mexican Food Class Earns Credit Toward Core Requirements at University of Kentucky
College education is really educational, guys and girls, but tacos! Students enrolled this semester in a writing course focused entirely on Mexican food at the University of Kentucky are meeting their “Community, Culture and Citizenship in…
Rutgers Ditched Black Feminism Course on Beyonce?
That’s the accusation of an adjunct professor who had taught the course before.
Report: Most Colleges Don’t Require Fundamental Courses for Graduation
The report issued by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) said that colleges are no longer requiring fundamental courses such as literature, economics, math and other basic courses for their students.
Hampshire College: Diversity without Depth?
As we noted in a previous post, when Hampshire College became the first institution of higher learning in the United States to shun SAT scores as an admissions requirement, the school’s president waxed rhapsodic about…
New Hampshire College will Teach Course about DeflateGate
Really? How do deflated footballs in the National Football League actually help students learn real-life applications?!
When taxpayers subsidize ill-considered degree programs
As the John William Pope Center wrote: “Each year, UNC officials pitch new degree programs to the system’s Board of Governors. More often than not, the programs are approved, even though a casual observer—especially a…