Educated opinion and commentary on developments and trends in higher education

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The Dog that Didn’t Bark

Dec 07, 2018 by Steve Balch |

Steve Balch explains that higher education reform under President Trump has a rocky road ahead. 

Activist in Residence

Dec 06, 2018 by Rachelle Peterson |

Naomi Klein’s addition to Rutgers’ faculty roster appears to be a further step in aligning the public, taxpayer-supported institution with hard-left partisanship.

Unorthodox Ideas

Dec 06, 2018 by NAS |

The Winter 2018 issue of Academic Questions at a glance. 

Episode #5: Argument by Epithet with Mark Bauerlein

Dec 06, 2018 by NAS |

Peter W. Wood sits down with Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent article in Academic Questions and argument by epithet. 

Ambient Rage

Dec 05, 2018 by Peter Wood |

A review of Howard S. Schwartz's Political Correctness and the Destruction of the Social Order: Chronicling the Rise of the Pristine Self.

Work on Federal Student Aid Reform and Free Speech

Dec 05, 2018 by Rachelle Peterson |

Congress should reform student aid and protect intellectual freedom. 

Opposing Communist Chinese Spies Isn’t Racist

Dec 04, 2018 by Rachelle Peterson |

Is it racist to protect American colleges from foreign meddling? 

In Memoriam: Roger Beckett

Dec 03, 2018 by NAS |

NAS remembers Roger Beckett.

Invitation: Conference Call on Proposed Title IX Regulations

Dec 03, 2018 by NAS |

Join us as we discuss the merits and means of strengthening the new Title IX rule. 

Time to Found a New University

Dec 03, 2018 by Warren Treadgold |

A major new university dedicated to academic excellence and freedom is what America needs.

Focus on Reining in the American Bar Association

Dec 01, 2018 by Allen Mendenhall |

Congress is divided, with Democrats holding a majority in the House and Republicans in the Senate. What does this mean for higher education? The first installment of our forum on the transfer of power. 

Curriculum Vitae: Episode #4

Nov 29, 2018 by NAS |

In this episode of Curriculum Vitae, Peter W. Wood and Johnathan Leaf discuss how art transformed from a pursuit of excellence into a political spectical. 

The Myth of Discrimination Against Women in Academia Rises Once Again

Nov 29, 2018 by Stuart Hurlbert |

What do popular statistics miss about the gender gap?

Comments On The Proposed Title IX Regulations

Nov 28, 2018 by NAS |

Peter Wood writes to Education Secretary DeVos with comments on the proposed Title IX regulations.

Appreciating Tom Wolfe (1930-2018)

Nov 27, 2018 by Carol Iannone |

In remembrance of the man who critiqued a century.

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