Race

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Words Mean What I Say They Mean

Sep 01, 2017 by Carol Iannone |

Vanity Fair insists that "assimilation" means "white supremacy."

What Damore’s Memo Taught Google

Aug 31, 2017 by Dion J. Pierre, Peter Wood |

The recent attempts to include more women and racial minorities in STEM fields could have drawbacks. 

Charlottesville—One Poison, Two Bottles

Aug 22, 2017 by Peter Wood |

UVA didn’t invite racial violence, but it wasn’t entirely an innocent on-looker either.

A Monumental Mistake

Aug 16, 2017 by Dion J. Pierre |

When it comes to de-commemoration, lines must be drawn.

Boulevard of Woken Dreams

Aug 09, 2017 by Dion J. Pierre |

NAS's Dion Pierre comments on a recent column from David Brooks on "wokeness."

Five Telling Campus Outbreaks of the 2016-17 Academic Year

Jun 21, 2017 by NAS |

Peter Wood comments on troubling stories from American higher education this past academic year.

Evergreen No More

Jun 05, 2017 by Peter Wood |

An experimental college loses its needles.

Blackalaureate 2017 at Brown University: A Photo Essay

May 31, 2017 by NAS |

Brown University graduates held a black-only "Blackalaureate" the day before commencement.

Harvard Prepares to Host All Black Graduation

May 12, 2017 by Dion J. Pierre |

Is Harvard's all black graduation a benign trend or a step backwards? 

BLM at the New School

May 04, 2017 by Dion J. Pierre |

Dion J. Pierre begins his exploration of race on the modern American campus.

NAS Urges Office of Management and Budget to Reject New Racial Categories

Apr 21, 2017 by Peter Wood |

The U.S. Census should not be a tool for advancing the interests of any political party and should be above the fray.

Boston Latin Besmirched

Sep 23, 2016 by Jeffrey Zorn |

Jeff Zorn reminisces about his own fruitful education experience at the famous Boston Latin School and discusses how recent racial protests are unfair to the school.

“Blackness” Matters

May 11, 2016 by Rachelle Peterson |

A panel at The New School shows the racial essentialism of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Race Relations, Liberal Bias, and Safe Spaces on Campus

May 10, 2016 by Ashley Thorne |

Three stories from the last week all have one thing in common; can you guess what it is?

On Woodrow Wilson: Princeton Students Hold Civil Debate

Dec 29, 2015 by Russell K. Nieli |

A recent campus event was an encouraging sign that respectful dialogue is still possible among Princeton students who disagree. 

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