Harrumphing about activist students only identifies half of the campus problem. The activist departments and professors are a far bigger threat to academic freedom than students are.
No repercussions for missing class for engaging in political protests! No Koch brothers money! Firing professors who write op-eds that make them sad!
You would think that the number one law school in the country should be a cut above the rest. But it’s actually an environment of intense hostility towards Christians and constitutionalists.
In a newly released video, a young man is seen destroying and trying to steal pro-life signs at Indiana University.
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.
A Marquette professor fired for defending a student’s right to oppose gay marriage in class will have another day in court.
University philosophy departments are supposed to be centers of open inquiry and rigorous analysis. What happens when that comes up against political correctness?
Anna Wibbelman told a student-government meeting that ‘minority students felt marginalized by [the] quiet, imposing masculine paneling’ of the old student union building.
After quickly reading June Chu’s offending reviews in screenshots made available by the Yale Daily News, I found myself scratching my head at the hubbub.
Scott Greer, author of “No Campus For White Men” joins the Federalist Radio Hour to share his coverage of racially-charged conflicts on college campuses.
No matter what the mealy mouthed institutional apologists might say, Providence College has clearly turned into a hostile environment for Anthony Esolen and his friends.
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