The reason behind these proposed restrictions are spying and intellectual property theft by Chinese nationals, who study at American universities and colleges.
A new survey suggests they are. As relayed by Martin Kich on the academe blog maintained by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), most professors (60%) think insufficient funding is the overriding issue affecting…
The Freedom from Religion Foundation threatened a lawsuit over the 70-year-old tradition of singing the Lord’s Prayer at graduation, after which students sang it anyways.
The College Fix did a count of op-eds in the University of Wisconsin newspapers and found out that there was a 3-to-1 ratio of negative op-eds of Governor Scott Walker than positive ones.
There’s a new f-word at the University of California at Irvine: FLAG. Higher education is teaching students to think critically all right — about their own country. In a head-shaking move even by California standards,…
A major problem is that Michigan law doesn’t allow state colleges to start school before Labor Day, which the university said was why they pushed the last day of final exams to December 23rd. Students…
That’s a big no-no for universities. Now 800 students who were not going to be admitted to the university, but thought they would be, are still not going to Carnegie Mellon.
ObamaCare for Students isn’t working out for Cornell, which has seen significant protests on campus and in writing about the $350 fee for not buying the university’s healthcare plan.
Washington University in St. Louis is charging conservative students over $800 for vandalism they did not commit.
No one can deny that drug use is a problem in schools today. And because drug use is so prevalent in schools, many schools have been trying to fight it.