Martin Cothran I recently revisited an article written by Jeffrey Hart some eleven years ago. Hart is an emeritus professor of English at Dartmouth College, and was a senior editor at National Review magazine back when
Annie Holmquist One never knows these days what to expect out of college campuses. It seems that every time one turns around, somebody’s sensitivity is being offended. Such was the case the other week at
Annie Holmquist American lingo continually seems to be filled with new words and catch phrases. One of the more recent ones is “fake news.” Fake news became a rising buzzword following the 2016 presidential election.
Annie Holmquist In recent years, many Americans have adopted the idea that public education is neutral ground. Such a mentality has undoubtedly sprung from the fact that the public school is the agent of the
Many Americans now believe college education should be a public good. In the 2016 elections, the Democrat candidates, especially Bernie Sanders, made this policy popular. Bernie used the student loan crisis to gain support for
Daniel Lattier Most people are familiar with the plot of the The Matrix. The 1999 film portrays a dystopian future where the “reality” that people inhabit is actually a simulation created by machines intent on
Jon Miltimore Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz, appearing on Fox Business on Wednesday morning, offered a bleak assessment of the American university system in 2017. “Classrooms have become propaganda vehicles where captive audiences of
China’s Education System: A Case Against Importing It Kerry McDonald I remember a story my college economics professor told my class many years ago about the differences she saw between her American economics students and