As more evidence that universities continue to be obsessed with race and are in thrall with the pursuit of racial “justice” and “equity,” the Board of Directors of California Community Colleges has decided that the…
Penn law professor offends the Left, but is saved by tenure
The University of Pennsylvania’s Carey Law School is under fire, again, over comments made by one of its law professors named Amy Wax. Wax, a tenured faculty member, has a history of making comments and…
Rhodes Scholar loses scholarship over falsified past
A Rhodes Scholar recipient at the University of Pennsylvania saw her scholarship candidacy revoked when the truth rose to the surface: Her life story, as told to the Rhodes committee, was falsified. Mackenzie Fierceton wrote…
Masterpiece of Legal Reasoning From Penn Professor
The U. S. Supreme Court ruled that the owner of Masterpiece Cakes does not have to make wedding morsels for same sex ceremonies if he doesn’t want to. Amanda Shanor, an assistant professor at the…
Did Amy Wax Accurately?
Amy Wax, the embattled Penn Law professor, who wondered aloud whether affirmative action translated into academic success, actually may have been onto something. African-American libertarian economist Walter Williams notes that, “One study suggests that Wax…
Campus Progressive Practices Proactive Affirmative Action
And, oddly, it’s reminiscent of the affirmative action bake sales conservative students sometimes staged in order to satirize a policy they disagreed with.
President Trump’s Family Separation Policy is Similar to the Holocaust, Student Editor Claimed
During the family separation policy uproar the past month, an assistant opinion editorial editor at the University of Pennsylvania compared it to the Holocaust.
The College as Country Club
If universities really want to be taken seriously as sources of scholarship, they might stop imitating Vegas hotels.
Penn Law School Won’t Rebut Professor
But will discipline her.
The Progressive Penndulum
It’s really startling how frequently the most conservative professor on campus is also the most accomplished, almost as stunning as the attempts of administrators and scholarly malcontents to silence them.