The new antiracism movement worldwide, especially in American culture, is a form of secular religion that attempts to eliminate other history and culture.
The protests at Evergreen State College were a Cassandra-esque prophecy we naively ignored, believing these things wouldn’t happen outside the insulated and hyper-leftist bubble of academia.
When the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs published a list of demands for “anti-racist” policies, one student coalition dissented.
Our national security should require that all remaining Confucius Institutes on American soil be shut down — immediately.
From awarding her a scholarship to providing an outpouring of support during an unplanned pregnancy, Hillsdale, Petersen emphasized, spoke loudly and clearly.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is the only Republican represented on the list of politicians, business men and women, entertainers, and journalists giving speeches.
Unless conservatives urgently tackle the hubs of radicalism, the next time any leftist government is in power, the revolution will have the full backing of the establishment.
From cutting ties with police departments to apologizing for a law enforcement career fair, universities are desperate to show how progressive they are in the wake of anti-police protests.
Asian Americans face much racism these days, but it isn’t coming from the president. It comes from the admissions committees of elite universities.
The colleges ought to have proactively provided students with a partial tuition refund, rather than wait to be sued for it.
Majorities of white, black, Hispanic, and Asian Americans disapprove of racial preferences, yet the California State Assembly is advancing just such a measure in the middle of a pandemic.
College assignments are meant to gauge learning. Making classes ‘virtual’ decreases the likelihood that learning will actually occur.
Any tax-funded bailouts for higher ed need to be contingent upon urgent structural reforms, and a new paper from the National Association of Scholars provides the blueprint.
Protecting America against a bellicose, rapacious, and regressive Chinese Communist Party is neither self-defeating nor xenophobic, but eminently sensible.
‘A return-to-operations strategy is undergirded by a fundamental conviction that even a phenomenon as menacing as COVID-19 is one of the inevitable risks of life,’ writes Purdue President and former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.
Bloated universities should reform or perish. One can only hope British conservatives can show the same resolve as their American counterparts in blocking any bailouts.
If this virus leads to tightening academic grants, defunding activist departments, making students more fiscally responsible, and shuttering nonessential bureaucracy in higher ed, then that’s a good thing.
The Ivy League and other schools, like Wisconsin, which decided to reject the NCAA’s exemptions, are needlessly punishing their athletes for a global problem.
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