February 2, 2024

Tribalism or Individualism?

Teresa R. Manning

The most immediate work of conservatives must be the rejection of tribalism and a refocus on the individual—individual character, industry, and aptitude.

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January 30, 2024

Tuition and Transparency

Kali Jerrard

How the House Republicans’ most recent higher education plan might be a step in the right direction.

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January 24, 2024

After Claudine

Peter Wood

The idea has caught on that the radical left overplayed its hand in DEI and is now vulnerable to those of us who seek major reforms. This is not, however, the first time that the academic le......

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January 23, 2024

Staying the Course

Kali Jerrard

Amidst the recent headlines, it’s crucial not to overlook the underlying and more profound challenges afflicting higher education.

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January 18, 2024

VIDEO: Mao's America: A Discussion with Xi Van Fleet

National Association of Scholars

Join us as we explore the similarities between today's progressive revolutionaries and Mao's 1960s Cultural Revolution.

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January 16, 2024

Georgia Tech Undermines National Security

Ian Oxnevad

Tianjin University is a threat to national security, yet Georgia Tech remains friendly.

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January 11, 2024

VIDEO: China's Soft Power Strategy: Influence in American Education

National Association of Scholars

How has China's strategy of soft power in education shifted since the tarnishing of its brand in the form of Confucius Institutes, and since COVID-19 more broadly? Join us to learn more.

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January 9, 2024

The Assessment Controversy

Kali Jerrard

Standardized testing axed for “political correctness,” hurts rather than helps students.

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January 8, 2024

NAS on the Harvard President's Resignation

National Association of Scholars

The National Association of Scholars welcomes the decision by Claudine Gay to resign the presidency of Harvard University. We also welcome the Harvard Corporation’s role in assenting to this res......

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May 7, 2024

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Creating Students, Not Activists

The mobs desecrating the American flag, smashing windows, chanting genocidal slogans—this always was the end game of the advocates of the right to protest, action civics, student activ......

March 9, 2024

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A Portrait of Claireve Grandjouan

Claireve Grandjouan, when I knew her, was Head of the Classics Department at Hunter College, and that year gave a three-hour Friday evening class in Egyptian archaeology....

April 20, 2024

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The Academic's Roadmap

By all means, pursue your noble dream of improving the condition of humanity through your research and teaching. Could I do it all again, I would, but I would do things very differently....

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May 15, 2015

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Where Did We Get the Idea That Only White People Can Be Racist?

A look at the double standard that has arisen regarding racism, illustrated recently by the reaction to a black professor's biased comments on Twitter....

October 12, 2010

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Ask a Scholar: What is the True Definition of Latino?

What does it mean to be Latino? Are only Latin American people Latino, or does the term apply to anyone whose language derived from Latin?...

September 21, 2010

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Ask a Scholar: What Does YHWH Elohim Mean?

A reader asks, "If Elohim refers to multiple 'gods,' then Yhwh Elohim really means Lord of Gods...the one of many, right?" A Hebrew expert answers....