Open scientific discourse is especially critical during a public health crisis such as a pandemic. It is deeply troubling when scientists try to limit rather than engage in scientific debate.
Students at the No 2-ranked law school in the country sent a ‘radical’ guide with advice on how to persist while learning ‘how evil the US legal system is.’
“I think all Americans are privileged at a certain level. We’ve all been blessed by certain things.”
A Stanford University sophomore running for reelection in student government made racist comments against white people in a slew of tweets.
The left’s failed attack on the Hoover Institution was a victory against the academy’s intolerance. Yet most conservatives lack the same protection.
“The lockdowns have been an enormous and ineffective overreaction,” said Dr. Jay Bhattacharya. “The collateral damage is absolutely devastating.”
‘After adjustment for demographic and socioeconomic factors, the group most likely to attend selective colleges were students in male breadwinner-female homemaker families.’
“You either believe the science or not,” he said. “You can’t insist that you believe in the science and then act contrary to science.”
The former Stanford professor unloaded on ‘hysteria’ over reopening schools, and explained what the science really says on the matter.
Given other research showing kids are more likely to retain faith when attending strongly religious schools, this suggests high religiosity can also boost academic achievement.
When a grown child commits a crime, families have choices. Ignoring, minimizing, and reducing the heinous nature of your child’s actions shouldn’t be one of them.
This year, the barbarians have been raging within our nation’s leading institutions of ‘higher’ education. Now among the young have arisen champions of Western civilization.
In a startling development, Stanford University students are petitioning to be taught Western civilization once more. If they win, groupthink
Problems with education bespeak civilizational ones, of which the phenomenon of Davos Man is but one manifestation.
California is headed for its most destructive season yet, two years after Gov. Gavin Newsom divested from prevention efforts.
‘[I]t has become clear to me that this institution is no place for people who intend to think freely and explore ideas,’ the Portland State professor said.
‘Science is not supposed to be about intimidating, or abusing, or censoring data … There is never supposed to be ‘an accepted view’ of science.’
Democrat Rep. Ted Lieu used money from his campaign account to funnel more than $15,000 since 2018 to his wife’s school board campaign, as reported by RedState.
The board is made of elite academic and government employees who have demonstrated they give anything but an accurate and fair look at content moderation.
Dr. Stanley Perlman’s skepticism about the Wuhan lab leak shined through as he repeated the narrative that the virus came from an animal in nature.