On the eve of a Mississippi runoff for a U. S. Senate seat, the question is a germane one.
Topic: Grace Gottschling
Yet another U. S. Senate candidate locked in a tight race was able to count on a state university for not only emotional but financial support but this time it was an incumbent who was able to maximize her incumbency.
Even by academic standards it looks totalitarian.
Lisa Daftari could make a career out of speaking at Rutgers, if she got paid for each cancellation and postponement.
Because diversity begins at the doorway. “Student ambassadors at Cornell University were given an ‘orientation packet’ ahead of welcoming the incoming freshman class,” Grace Gottschling reports on the Campus Reform site maintained by the Leadership…
Aaron Barlow of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) argues that social media has been the undoing of pedagogues in America.
After calling a victorious Republican “a nice guy.”
When you look at the messages some law professors send out, you might wonder if law school these days is about upholding, enforcing or even finding loopholes in statutes or clearly breaking them.
And the odds are really good that they get federal taxpayer funds.