In July, the English Department of the University of Chicago posted an odd statement on its website. In response to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and the supposed “thousands of others named and…
Topic: higher education
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:
Instead of reducing the high cost of college attendance, the state of California decided to pass a bill into law that would give community colleges an emergency assistance fund for struggling students.
Our intern Steven Koskulitz writes about the debate between academics on whether there should be more or less government intervention in higher education.
A surprising number of views held by political conservatives about higher education are shared by people who don’t share their philosophy, or at least their party label.
Academics may be pushing to remove English as the lingua franca of academia due to allegedly rising xenophobia.
A college professor alleged that President Trump is waiting for a terrorist attack to happen.
“Evolutionary consequences” are in store for humankind, thanks to Trump, claimed a college professor.
There is a “rainbow fort” at Evergreen State, where students are being disruptive and it led to classes being canceled for several days, to comfort students who are scared.
Academic jargon is hard to understand, but one academic noted that the insider terminology does not help students progress in their fields of study.