News from the National Association of Scholars

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Brown Vetoes Race Preference Bill: California Scholars Successfully Defend Prop.…

Oct 12, 2011 |

NAS and our California affiliate applaud Gov. Brown

In Common Reading Assignments, Colleges Ignore the Best Books

Sep 12, 2011 |

Most books colleges assigned this year as "common reading" were recent, personal, race-focused, and unchallenging, finds the National Association of Scholars.

Scholars Respond to Breivik Manifesto

Jul 28, 2011 |

The National Association of Scholars responds after learning that Anders Behring Breivik mentioned the scholarly organization in his manifesto.

Where Did Western Civilization Go?

May 18, 2011 |

Western Civilization surveys, once a staple in American higher education, have all but disappeared at our leading universities and colleges.

Scholars Critique Campus “Sustainability” Movement, Propose Alternatives

Apr 21, 2011 |

The National Association of Scholars issued a statement explaining how a current campus ideology is at odds with the principles of liberal education.

NAS Defends Freedom of Speech and Conscience in Ward v. Wilbanks

Jan 11, 2011 |

NAS filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the case Ward v. Wilbanks, in favor of counseling student Julea Ward, who was expelled from Eastern Michigan State University for expressing her religious convictions about homosexuality.

Estimated 40 Percent of Scientists Doubt Manmade Global Warming

Jan 03, 2011 |

S. Fred Singer said in an interview with the NAS that

When to Use the Word “Racist”

Dec 07, 2010 |

Peter Wood reviews the affirmative action bake sale controversy at Wesleyan University and calls for a more circumspect use of the label "racist."

NAS Supports Freedom of Speech and Conscience in Keeton v. Anderson-Wiley

Dec 02, 2010 |

NAS filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the case Keeton v. Anderson-Wiley, in favor of counseling student Jennifer Keeton, who was expelled from Augusta State University for expressing her religious views on homosexuality.

Arizona Civil Rights Initiative Passes; NAS Hails Victory

Nov 03, 2010 |

Proposition 107, which bans racial preferences in Arizona's public colleges and universities, passed with 60% of the vote.

NAS Unearths Censored Study on High School Research Papers

Oct 14, 2010 |

Why aren't high schools doing a better job of teaching students to write? The suppressed study finds that 95% of high school teachers think research papers are important, but 62% never assign them.

Common Reading on the Rise at Top Colleges

Sep 24, 2010 |

The NAS's new report shows that 93% of top national universities have common reading programs.

Scholars Pick Must-Reads for Undergrads

Sep 17, 2010 |

The NAS released a list of books it recommends for college

Scholars Champion AZ Civil Rights Initiative

Jul 16, 2010 |

NAS endorsed the Arizona Civil Rights Initiative, which will be on the Arizona ballot in November. If passed, it will ban race-based discrimination in public colleges and universities.

Scholars Join Fight to Save 209

Jun 17, 2010 |

The California Association of Scholars, an affiliate of the NAS, has filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit against Proposition 209.

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