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A Tale of Two Diversity Administrators

Jan 14, 2014 by Glenn Ricketts |

What they do on their own time matters sometimes, but not others.  It's all about diversity.

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On the Integrity of Social Science

Oct 24, 2013 by Ashley Thorne |

Psychology professor Richard Redding reflects on the firestorm surrounding Mark Regnerus's recent study on children of gay parents. Dr. Redding concludes that social science has been politicized to the extent that perspectives… Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >

Making Your Campus Climate More Intrusive

Jun 21, 2013 by Glenn Ricketts |

LGBTIQQAP is the latest addition to the lengthening list of campus groups requiring special treatment.

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Shut Up for Gay Rights, Says Dean of Students

Apr 19, 2013 by Ashley Thorne |

Today colleges around the country are encouraging the national Day of Silence to support LGBT rights. 

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Gay Marriage and the Long Arm of Academic “Tolerance”

Oct 11, 2012 by Glenn Ricketts |

"Tolerance" follows you everywhere, even to church.

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The Regnerus Affair at UT Austin

Jul 24, 2012 by Peter Wood |

A scholar whose research identified disadvantages for children of same-sex marriage faces opposition by those who dislike his findings.

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Oppositional Gay Culture and the Future of Marriage

Jun 26, 2012 by Peter Wood |

Higher education has been a driving force in the institutionalizing of the same-sex marriage movement.

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Same-Sex Marriage, Sustainability, Gender Issues and More: Student Press Corps Potpourri

May 18, 2012 by Glenn Ricketts |

Student reporters cover the issues from same-sex marriage to the environment.

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The Complexities of Hate Crimes

Mar 19, 2012 by Glenn Ricketts |

Jackson Toby reflects on the practical difficulties when juries in criminal trials seek to determine what "bias" might consist of in criminal prosecutions, while CEI attorney Hans Bader sees big problems with breadth and vagueness.

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Choosing a Non-Ideological President to Lead Shimer College

Mar 12, 2012 by Michael Strong |

Shimer College has announced the appointment of a new president, Susan Henking, a feminist religious scholar.

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Keeton Defense Contradicts NAS Principles

Jan 09, 2012 by KC Johnson |

NAS member KC Johnson dissents from NAS's stance on the decision in Keeton v. Anderson-Wiley.

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The Diversity Mania Invades Medical School Admissions

Oct 26, 2011 by George Leef |

Yale's med school is jumping aboard the bandwagon for increasing diversity in its student body, aiming to include more LGBT students. I can't see how aiming at quotas (or "goals" or some other euphemism) for this or any… Continue Reading | 2 Comments >

Should Schools Become “Proactive” in Recruiting LGBT Students?

Oct 13, 2011 by George Leef |

Will LGBT status or socio-economic status become the next mania among college admissions people intent on making their campuses "balanced" and "mirroring diversity"?

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Media Over-Reports Cancer Studies

May 11, 2011 by Alex B. Berezow |

The media notoriously over-report epidemiology studies. One day, coffee is bad for you; the next day, it's the fountain of youth.

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Peter Wood: Kushner a “PC Trifecta”

May 09, 2011 by Ashley Thorne |

In the Chronicle's blog Innovations, NAS president Peter Wood weighs in on the controversy over the CUNY board's decision not to award Tony Kushner an honorary degree. Kushner has received 15 other such degrees.

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