The information wars of Vladimir Putin are mainly a United States problem, Stephen Kotkin, a professor of history and international affairs at Princeton University said on November 1 at the Cato Institute.
With the Border Patrol.
Seriously, that’s what they call it.
We lost two sages.
And not from the dwindling cadre of conservatives there.
Apparently, scientific skepticism lives.
The disintegration of higher education is depressing enough to cover on a daily basis but when you look at the arc of it at years end, it gets really melancholy.
We frequently learn the hard way that for all of our conflicts over academic freedom, there is more of it in the United States than there is anywhere else.
It turns out that the House Republican tax plan actually does tax the rich, at least in academia. “One is the proposal for a 20 percent excise tax on employee compensation over $1 million at…
The Princetonian, a campus newspaper at Princeton, decided to no longer publish editorials by students from a diverse political background and will go the unsigned editorial route.