A scholar has been removed from an American Psychological Association email discussion group after he posed questions on the listserv that upset others, most recently about the nature of biological sex.
Why is college so expensive, and why do people keep paying it? Those are two-questions taken up in a new report that raises alarm bells about the future of higher education in America.
Leaders of the University of Michigan’s Central Student Government issued a strongly worded statement Monday night accusing Israel of “inhumane, international war crimes” toward Palestinians, drawing the ire and condemnation of many different groups of various political persuasions on campus.
A law professor at George Washington University recently laid out her arguments for why lying by the president should be an impeachable offense.
Student government leaders at Point Loma Nazarene University denied Turning Point USA’s request to become a chartered club.
At one online Texas institution, high schoolers learn a high-paying trade, while college is optional.
A high school in Colorado Springs, Colorado, has retired its “Indian” mascot. Whether this was due to genuine community support or to outside activist pressure remains an open question.
Car company Tesla has plans to create jobs in Austin, Texas — and many of those opportunities will not require college degrees.
This session conservatives in the Idaho legislature sent a clear message: No public funds will be used for state sanctioned racism and sexism in institutions of higher education.
Two authors of “canceled” books are calling on young Americans to combat today’s hyper-politicization and intellectual censorship, suggesting the censorship trend is akin to “modern day book burning.”