Accuracy in Academia Chairman Don Irvine interviews Ed Carter, Director of the School of Communications at Brigham Young University on the future of higher education under a global pandemic. You can watch the interview below:
Bill Gertz, a noted national security correspondent who has covered Chinese geopolitics for several decades, criticized the Chinese communist government for its ongoing deception about the global coronavirus pandemic. Don Irvine, chairman of Accuracy in…
With an endowment fund valued at $41 billion, Harvard University was slated to receive a $8.6 million in coronavirus stimulus funds from the federal government. But public criticism convinced the Ivy League institution to decline…
The New York Times singled out and criticized Liberty University for re-opening its campus during the coronavirus pandemic.
Syracuse University was one of many higher education institutions which ended on-campus classes during the coronavirus pandemic, but the mandatory evacuation of college students did not faze student protesters at the northern New York university….
The ongoing coronavirus will affect U.S. colleges and universities student enrollment and their budgets, according to a survey of U.S. higher education institutions.
University of California-Berkeley was under fire for publishing a social media post about the coronavirus, which said that it was “normal” to have a xenophobic reaction to coronavirus news.