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China’s Insidious Institutes

Mar 22, 2019 by Rachelle Peterson |

Senator Rob Portman asks the right questions on Beijing-funded Confucius Institutes.

Conference Call: The Politicization of the College Board

Mar 21, 2019 by David Randall |

Join us next Wednesday, March 27, at 2 PM Eastern for a conference call to discuss the ways in which many of the Advanced Placement tests have become politicized and weakened.

Christopher Columbus: Villain or Hero?

Mar 21, 2019 by Peter Wood |

In the episode, Peter W. Wood is joined by Professor Bob Carle. They discuss his recent article in Academic Questions on Christopher Columbus and the redeeming heroes made into villains.

Free Speech and Intellectual Diversity in South Dakota

Mar 18, 2019 by NAS |

South Dakota leads the way in protecting liberties necessary for the pursuit of truth. 

25 Years of “A Word A Day”

Mar 18, 2019 by David Randall |

A website with a love of words marks its 25 year.

Oh, the Varsity Blues

Mar 18, 2019 by David Randall |

What's wrong with American colleges? Admissions departments are a small microcosm of large scale corruption.

What is High Culture For?

Mar 14, 2019 by NAS |

Peter Wood interviews Nathaniel Peters of the Morningside Institute. 

A Campus Free Speech Executive Order

Mar 08, 2019 by |

Our recommendations for executive action on Free Speech. 

Podcast #18: A Sixteenth Century Mystery with Eleanor Schneider

Mar 07, 2019 by NAS |

What happened to all the Latin grammar books?

Criticizing Confucius Institutes

Mar 01, 2019 by NAS |

Three new reports from the federal government and from the UK reiterate NAS’s concerns: Confucius Institutes need to go. 

Harry Clor, 1929-2018

Mar 01, 2019 by Glenn Ricketts |

Remembering a gentleman and a scholar.

NAS Elects a New Chairman and Treasurer

Mar 01, 2019 by NAS |

NAS announces the election of Keith Whitaker to Chairman and Thomas Klingenstien to Treasurer of the Board of Directors.

Episode #17: Last Month Today (February News Edition)

Feb 28, 2019 by Peter Wood |

Peter W. Wood is joined by the NAS staff to discuss the news of February and what they're looking at in the month ahead.

Clearing the Air: Racial Preferences in Classics Studies Revisited

Feb 27, 2019 by David Randall |

How will the classics die? We revisit a controversy in the field with new evidence. 

Loose Definitions

Feb 21, 2019 by NAS |

A bill in the Oregon legislature has drawn ire for comparing genocide to the daily plight of microaggressions and appropriation. 

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