U.S. taxpayers are spending an annual $4 trillion on higher education in this country, and these are the outcomes. Everyone paying attention has caught on by now.
Virginia Tech is totally cool with free speech, just as long as it doesn’t come from a black person who happens to be conservative.
Melissa Click, the Mizzou professor who assaulted a student and demanded some “muscle” to get rid of him, says the university fired her because she’s white.
Emory’s response to pro-Trump messages shows that the college campus is now a one-party surveillance state.
2014 was the year the politically correct left tried to impose its orthodoxy on everyone. 2015 was the year the PC left started to eat itself.
Before we say goodbye to 2015, let’s take a moment to remember these badly behaved millennials.
Nowadays, the liberal arts mean nothing. That’s why they’re so destructive.
Safe spaces have an important place in higher education. Not as they are, but as they were meant to be.
The demands of student protesters look less like the manifesto of college revolutionaries and more like a salary negotiation for their professors.
Today’s campus crybullies, insisting on the primacy of their willed realities, are inheritors of Bill Clinton’s poisonous grand jury moment in 1998.
Campus protesters at Smith College banned reporters from covering protests on Wednesday unless they explicitly agreed to cover the protests favorably.
College students have redefined violence and administrators are paying for it.
Boards of trustees at the campuses afflicted with student unrest need to take decisive action. The rest of us need to apologize to millennials.
Oppression and bigotry are real, but you won’t find much of it on our college campuses. You will find, however, a worldview that enables mayhem such as the Paris attacks.
Robert Tracinski hosts The Federalist Radio Hour with Jay Cost, Rachel Lu and Asawin Suebsaeng.
Somewhere along the way, a swath of young people got the idea that you could be a full-fledged adult while also demanding shelter from the tumult of adult life.
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