Feb 04, 2011 by Glenn Ricketts |
Student writers this week discuss longtime NFL loyalties, campus smoking bans, and why the Bible can't tell us when life begins.
Feb 04, 2011 by Jason Fertig |
Students can resist internet addiction if they learn self-control, argues Jason Fertig. He calls for new attention to trends in internet behavior.
Feb 03, 2011 by Ashley Thorne |
Does a country's level of economic freedom affect the standard of living of its people?
Feb 03, 2011 by Peter Wood |
Peter Wood questions whether American higher education needs an "outcomes framework," or whether we'd be better equipped with something more like a core curriculum.
Feb 01, 2011 by |
NAS's Connecticut affiliate wrote to Wesleyan's president to support the students who conducted an "affirmative action bake sale" on campus last fall.
Jan 31, 2011 by Ashley Thorne |
Brooklyn College appointed an adjunct professor to teach "Politics of the Middle East," then fired him because of his politics.
Jan 28, 2011 by Glenn Ricketts |
In this week's edition, undergraduate journalists call for more campus activism, defend student voting in college towns and approve one choice for commencement speaker.
Jan 28, 2011 by John Mathys |
What accounts for the difference in compensation for private and public workers?
Jan 28, 2011 by Peter Wood |
Peter Wood finds a more meaningful direction for colleges in the book “Academically Adrift” than in the U.N. program Academic Impact.
Jan 27, 2011 by Peter Wood |
Did Shakespeare encode the name of his fair friend in his Sonnets?
Jan 26, 2011 by Todd D. Moore |
Can there be more than one chiasm (a pattern of concentric parallelism) in a pericope (a paragraph, episode, or story)?
Jan 26, 2011 by Ashley Thorne |
We revisited some of our articles from last year to find out,
Jan 25, 2011 by Jason Fertig |
Teaching "ethics" won't prevent the next Enron; ethics can only be taught indirectly, argues Jason Fertig.
Jan 24, 2011 by Robert L. Paquette |
Professor Paquette chronicles the campus radicalism at Hamilton College that has "made it increasingly less hospitable to religious students, conservative students, and students who desire a traditional liberal arts education."
Jan 24, 2011 by Glenn Ricketts |
If the general education requirements at your school slight the traditional aspects of western culture, why not use your own courses to compensate?