As affirmative action court cases and skyrocketing tuition rates reveal, today’s Ivy League institutions put their own biases ahead of their students’ advancement.
The lesson this elite university and others really teach is that working hard and playing by the rules are for the little people, not the future Masters of the Universe.
Mainstream media conveniently downplay or even ignore this fact in story after story on the ins and outs of race-based admission processes in colleges.
When privileged Asian-Americans argue race-based discrimination is acceptable, they allow themselves to be used as a wedge group.
The U.S. Department of Education is expected to announce a plan to require all U.S. higher education institutions to make data on debt and earnings by major publicly available.
An education is supposed to open your mind to many points of view across a broad range of subjects. But 39 percent of liberal arts colleges have no registered Republican professors. Zero.
The average student debt payment is less than the average car payment. So why do people insist it’s ‘crushing’ young Americans so much that taxpayers should bail them out?
Activists are attacking the University of Wyoming’s use of ‘cowboy’ in its slogan, on the grounds it’s sexist and racist. They could not be more wrong.
The high court ruled the Jesuit university breached its employment contract with John McAdams by suspending him for publishing a blog post criticizing a fellow faculty member.
Progressives refuse to address the disproportionate harm done to Asian students by affirmative action policies. But everyone else is waking up to it.
University ‘bias response teams,’ and the speech codes they enforce, use the power of the state to suppress unapproved speech and control students.
Noah Berlatsky’s complaint here is, seriously, that Bret Weinstein illustrated his tweet about credible reports of Evergreen protesters with bats with a picture of Evergreen protesters with bats.
As professor K.C. Johnson noted, the damage has already been done: ‘Duke’s actions: (a) cost him a job; and (b) forced him to leave the country [because] he lost his visa.’
The Solomonic task of parsing speech allowed under academic freedom, but prohibited, and potentially punished, by bias response teams, is folly.
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