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.
California is headed for its most destructive season yet, two years after Gov. Gavin Newsom divested from prevention efforts.
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.’
A Stanford University sophomore running for reelection in student government made racist comments against white people in a slew of tweets.
Although many lament the dark times for conservative ideas and the death of free speech, they should see this as an opportunity to break free of corrupted institutions.
The left’s failed attack on the Hoover Institution was a victory against the academy’s intolerance. Yet most conservatives lack the same protection.
President Barack Obama’s former ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, attempted to whitewash his own claims that Biden’s emails stemmed from Russian disinformation.
With coronavirus fears, travel restrictions, and disparate reopening plans, different athletic conferences each have their own plans for how to bring back sports for their student athletes and fans.
Media painted Gov. DeSantis as “bucking advice of health professionals.” Now, the doomsday hospital predications have been proven wrong.
Numerous colleges and universities are making all grades for this semester pass/fail or giving students an A regardless of their actual work.
Brock Turner spent three months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious fellow student. The implications aren’t good.
Apparently one rape at Stanford University proves the existence of a rape culture, but thousands of rapes perpetrated by a ring of Pakistanis in Rotherham, England do not.
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
A new book by a Stanford dean identifies the problems of millennials and their parents, but fails to grasp the moral nature of these generational failings.
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