There Should Be Free Speech On College Campuses For Conservative Students, Conservative Speakers And Liberal Professors
Universities shouldn’t shelter students and protect them in a liberal bubble. It’s good for them to be exposed to ideas that might differ from theirs.
Daily reports of anti-Semitism in different areas of the U.S. are alarming many in the Jewish community and beyond. Last
At the risk of sounding like a geezer complaining about “these kids today,” back in my college days, when it came to points
Why do you see “danger” in the clash of ideas, instead of opportunity?
“In this week’s “Sunday Review” the centrist New York Times columnist, Frank Bruni, echoes his colleague Nicholas Kristof
Sophomore slump. Even the phrase sounds wet and flat. Still, you are a sophomore now. You vow to memorialize it in some dignified
Only 40 years later, we've all gotten used to universities with rocketing tuition, record levels of student loan debt (at
College Debate 16, organized by Dominican University of California, is working to focus on the issues that millennials care most about. Students representing every state discussed the questions America's biggest voting block, our generation, wants answered--and that was a responsibility we all felt.
For the ninth year in a row, I will serve as a Distinguished Lecturer in Leadership Studies at Williams, teaching a seminar course called Political Leadership. As a former Republican Governor, my mere presence at Williams should be controversial, at least according to common wisdom.
Though most identified with maple syrup and green mountains, the New England state of Vermont also gave rise to the spirit of land conservation, the Morgan Horse, and a slew of other surprising world-renowned institutions and people -- including Robert Frost and Grandma Moses.
Still, according to Baloch, it’s not easy for women to get chaplaincy jobs. Scurich, as a convert, and Baloch, as a woman
On campus, our universities are increasingly dominated by the view that we live in environmentally desperate times, and desperate times require desperate measures. It is a dangerously intemperate view.
I FIRST GLIMPSED KIM - pixie face, short blond hair - during Convocation Day in the fall of 1995. A recent graduate of Westminster
Culture & Arts
New Yorkers have a rare chance, through August 10, to see a full-cast production of David Edgar's intriguing Pentecost.
"You can not let a fear of failure or a fear of comparison or a fear of judgement stop you from doing the things that will