A Johns Hopkins University professor criticized her employer for its founder’s ties to slavery in the 19th century. The Baltimore, Md.-based university recently discovered that— contrary to previous claims that its namesake was a Union,…
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Majority of Colleges find ways to Avoid Tuition Discounts
With many higher education institutions announcing online or virtual instruction this upcoming fall semester, college students and parents urged institutions to slash tuition to make up for the loss of in-class instruction. While several notable…
Johns Hopkins Fired Researcher for Using Bolt Cutters to Check on Computer Servers
Johns Hopkins fired a researcher for checking on his computer servers in a building that was occupied by student protesters this past May, he claimed.
Cato Dissects Trump Foreign Policy with Kissinger Chairs
It turns out that the legendary former Secretary of State has two chairs named after him–one at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and one at Johns Hopkins.
Colleges may not celebrate Christmas, but they have no shortage of snowflakes.
Human Rights Campaign Attacks Johns Hopkins Professor’s Research
Human Rights Campaign, a group representing the LGBT community, criticized a study by Johns Hopkins professor Paul McHugh on gender identity.
Jane Austen at 200: She Gave “Comfort to Whiteness”
Several college professors picked apart Jane Austen, who would have turned 200 years old this year. In a packed room full of female attendees at the Modern Language Association (MLA), the professors criticized Jane Austen’s…
Attacking the Federal Government’s Regulatory Beast
Stories surfaced this year to the effect that federal employees would quit if Donald Trump were elected. Unfortunately, that’s not likely to happen. “Most of what we think of as federal law is written by…
Johns Hopkins Study: Hands Up, Don’t Shoot
In a recent study published by Johns Hopkins University, entitled “Firearms on College Campuses: Research Evidence and Policy Implications,” ten authors push back against the campus carry movement, whereby state legislatures have given college students…
“The Terrorist Threat against U.S. has Never Been Greater” says Johns Hopkins Lecturer
At the Heritage Foundation, Dr. Mary Habeck, an adjunct lecturer at John Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies (known as SAIS), noted that terrorism has spiked since 2011. She said that today, “the terrorist threat…