Few at Columbia University would object if you called them the best and the brightest, yet they are no more incandescent than the rest of the public when it comes to enumerating their first amendment freedoms.
It’s a student, not a professor.
A group of graduate students is organizing it.
And not from the dwindling cadre of conservatives there.
Is the Teacher’s College at Columbia showing teenagers how to go viral or get a virus?
The good news is that here are still courses at Columbia that allow for genuine academic inquiry. The bad news is that it is too easy to find the other type.
The type of people who have been trying to gag global warming skeptics, no matter their scholarly credentials, are now complaining that they themselves cannot be heard.
The Columbia University economist has sort of a reverse Midas touch when it comes to his chosen field.
The most embarrassing part is that the writers of the letter had to clarify to Campus Reform what they meant when they referenced suicides and President Trump. This from Campus Reform: In a letter to Columbia President…
On Columbus Day, Columbia University unveiled a plaque that is seemingly apologetic for colonization: The plaque, situated on a popular campus courtyard, reads: “The Lenape lived here before and during colonization of the Americas. This…