July 30, 2008

The Diverse University: The Victory of the Adjective Over the Noun?

Tom Martin

NAS member Tom Martin ponders, "What does it mean to be 'committed to a diverse university community'?"

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July 29, 2008

National Association of Scholars Launches Argus Project

The NAS has announced the opening of its

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July 28, 2008

Some Social Science that Fails to Score

Steve Balch

NAS president Steve Balch finds that a new study supposedly challenging prevalent assumptions about political correctness isn't all it's hyped up to be.

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July 27, 2008

Out of the Valley of the Shadow: The AALE Reprieved

Steve Balch

Liberal arts accreditor AALE recently survived a narrow scrape with organizational demise. NAS president Steve Balch draws some conclusions from AALE's trip to the brink and back.

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July 26, 2008

National Association of Scowlers

Peter Wood

Introducing the other NAS: a disgruntled membership association of fist-shakers working to thwart new ideas and to sustain the tradition of grim solemnity and cranky curmudgeonhood in America

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July 25, 2008

Hand It Over III

Dean Chin

Stop the spin: inside the financial aid numbers at Stanford

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July 18, 2008

The Communitarian ResLife Movement

Tom Wood

What exactly is the ideology underlying res life programs today? Sustainability? Communitariansim? Social Justice? Oh my.

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July 17, 2008

Gone, Daddy, Gone

Adrianna Groth

College Students get little encouragement to esteem the traditional family from the redefined-family curriculum and "hooking-up" dorm culture.

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July 16, 2008

If I Ran the Zoo XIII

The zoo runs on, with Ammon Allred's Seussian verse on what matters in higher education.

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June 13, 2022

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Regime Change: Repelling the DEI Assault on Higher Education

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Mornin’ Ralph, Mornin’ Sam in Anthropology Today

Professor Lowrey recounts her latest encounter with academic cancel culture, this time with an acceptance-turned-rejection at Anthropology Today....

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Can America’s Colleges and Universities Be Saved?

We urge American citizens and policymakers to reform our higher education system while there is still time....

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Press Release: Confucius Institutes Rebrand to Circumvent U.S. Policy, Report Finds

A new report from the National Association of Scholars finds that colleges and universities continue to host Chinese-funded programs similar to Confucius Institutes under new names......