If the rest of the country has to throw its history under the bus then so should the liberal Northeast.
Students are urging both universities to forgo endowments stemming from fossil fuels and demanding pressure on financiers to cancel Puerto Rico’s debt.
Many fear that the administration crack-down on electronic cigarettes will have far greater consequences for public health than addicting teens.
Yale has found a roundabout way to blacklist legal and nonprofit organizations that don’t adhere to Yale’s understanding of gender identity.
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.
By discarding the basic standards of evidence and journalism, Ronan Farrow has set the Me Too Movement back.
Some 400 current and former Yale Law students said Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court represents an existential threat. That’s insane.
Activists are attacking the University of Wyoming’s use of ‘cowboy’ in its slogan, on the grounds it’s sexist and racist. They could not be more wrong.
A shot at one of the top jobs in the federal judiciary seems to be the exclusive perk of attending just two law schools and a small number of elite undergraduate schools.
Charles Murray, a front-line soldier in the war over academic freedom, offered some words of hope at the Disinvitation Dinner, and much cause for concern.
One of the best reasons for a Thiel nomination would be that he meets none of the bogus qualifications partisans have set up for Supreme Court justices.
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.
Raging student protests may not quietly assimilate to American modes of thought, because revolution isn’t rational. What, then?
The demands of student protesters look less like the manifesto of college revolutionaries and more like a salary negotiation for their professors.
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.
If you want to know why philosophers have fallen into disrepute, look at the wave of campus turmoil spreading out from Yale and Mizzou.
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