The old joke is that those who can’t do teach, and Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne has been teaching his brains out.
We lost two sages.
And other liberal institutions.
The Kennedy School at Harvard University announced a new fellowship for students, specifically student leaders who are “committed to the Latino community” to honor a deceased chief diversity officer.
As the spring semester concludes and many collegians near their graduation, current and former politicians will deliver speeches at some ceremonies.
Laurence Tribe, an anti-Trump professor at Harvard, will be teaching a course on impeachment in the Trump era and it requires a CV in order to be one of the dozen students in the course.
Our friends at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) have compiled a list of the ten campuses with the worst free speech policies.
Universities that cry poor while entertaining themselves lavishly are finding it harder to keep up their public service facade, even in publications that would normally be sympathetic to them.
Universities that cry poor while entertaining themselves lavishly are finding it harder to keep up their public service facade, even with progressive pundits.
Yes, one of the best and brightest spun a scenario by which the former first lady could get her husband’s old job. Spoiler alert: it’s really tortured.