On Monday night, Southeastern Legal Foundation sent letters to 12 universities across the country demanding that they change “unconstitutional” policies that impede students’ freedom of speech. Read more
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As legal challenge gains, Congress avoids renewing provision seen letting elite campuses tie financial offers to student ability to pay Read more
New paper suggests introductory STEM courses disproportionately push underrepresented minority students out of the natural and applied sciences. Read more
Approximately two-thirds of a Harvard Law School audience walked out on an event with a pro-life legal scholar on the future of America “After Dobbs,” according to the speaker. Read more
This year's Nobel Prize in Physics rewards research into quantum mechanics - the science that describes nature at the smallest scales. Read more
The theme adopted by the fully online Western Governors University in reaching its silver anniversary this year is “25 Years of Breaking Tradition.” Indeed, WGU has kicked the four-year model to the curb, especially over the past decade. Read more
'The reason that we’ve had women’s sports as a separate category for more than 50 years in our country is because we recognize that there are real, physical differences between males and females.' Read more
Public university leaders in Tennessee are staying silent on how and when they plan to follow a new state law that requires them to implement intellectual diversity on their campuses. Read more
“The current Administration has seized our nation’s primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, to enact political, social and cultural change, with no regard for the harmful repercussions or the rule of law.” Read more
Academics believe regime is ‘unlikely’ to silence ‘spirit of opposition’ gaining momentum across hundreds of campuses Read more