Georgetown University law professor Jonathan Turley notes that the University of California, once a bastion of free speech, now is opposed to it. The university now punishes people for opinions expressed outside the classroom and the university.
Whatever the ultimate causes may be, the facts are clear that students, parents, and taxpayers have paid increasingly more for higher education, with dubious results.
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On June 1, 2019, American vice president Mike Pence gave the commencement address at West Point. He told the graduates that it was a certainty that they will "be on a battlefield for America" and "will move to the sound of guns."
Like most other prestigious universities, Georgetown is forever expanding its costly and corrosive diversity initiatives.
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The recent decision by the Scholastic Aptitude Test to add a so-called adversity score to test takers' results for college admissions' officials to weigh has been almost universally panned.
The College Board plans to introduce a new "adversity score" as a backdoor to racial quotas in college admissions. For decades, the College Board defended the SAT, which it writes and administers, against charges that the test gives an unfair
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To say that race is a fraught issue for the American system of higher education doesn't quite capture the divisiveness that affirmative action has fostered over the years. Just look at the DoJ-backed lawsuits against Harvard and a handful of other el
College Board Trying to Preempt A Possible Supreme Court Rule against College Admissions Based on Race by Using Secret 'Adversity Score'
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Economics at Ohio University Richard Vedder's new book, "Restoring the Promise," published by the Independent Institute based in Oakland, California, is about the crisis in higher education.
Controversial Trinity College Professor Johnny Eric Williams wrote that "whiteness is terrorism" in a recent social media post. Underscoring the extremism present on many college campuses, Williams claimed his comments are "not controversial in
You will never believe the class that UCLA is offering to its undergraduate students. It tells us a lot about the deliberate dumbing down of America. Where is the outrage from feminist groups?
College students at UNLV recently learned that illegal immigrants receive automatic in-state tuition in 18 states around the country, including...
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The system of higher education in the United States is being rebuilt from the foundation and we've only just started to see the impact of this dramatic transformation.
Confidence in higher education in the United States has dropped significantly since 2015, according to polling company Gallup, which notes that it's the worst-performing institution they measure.
Some students at Hofstra University in Long Island, NY are demanding the school remove a statue of founding father Thomas Jefferson from campus.
Amherst College in Massachusetts just did something so ridiculous that it actually had to reverse course, and that never happens. The Office of Diversity & Inclusion posted and emailed to students a 36-page "Common Language Guide." You're p
I can clearly recall the first day of class a few semesters ago when I eagerly began a course called "American Political Thought" at the University of Colorado, Denver.
Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips, ahead of President Donald Trump signing an executive order Thursday that is intended to address free speech on college campuses, talked with students at Marymount University in Virginia to ask them their thoughts on wh
In the wake of the widely publicized "largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted" that broke last week, it has become clear that the SAT and ACT tests used to gauge student intellect for college admission (or at least their aptitude to take test
Federal prosecutors have charged more than 50 people involved in cheating and bribery in order to get their children admitted to some of the nation's most prestigious colleges and universities such as Georgetown, Yale, Stanford, University of Texas
What shocked even the old timers in my hometown was that Mayor Hugh Addonizio, the man who gave me my Eagle Scout Award, would accept kickbacks in cash right across his desk. They were troubled less by his criminality -- that was expected in Newark -
An old friend of mine, who taught political science for 25 years at the University of Colorado, was known to tell his students that the real reason they were there was to marry people from the right social class.
In exchange for the payoffs, Ernst allegedly designated at least a dozen applicants as recruits for the Georgetown tennis team, including some who did not play competitively, in order to help them get into the university.
Regarding the college admission scandal, it's incomprehensible that parents would pay tens of thousands in bribes to get their kids admitted to elite colleges. Sure, once their kids are admitted, graduation is assured. And once they graduate, the
A $25 million racketeering and money laundering conspiracy that was at the center of the "largest college admission scam ever" saw its ringleader unmasked thanks to the Wall Street Journal. The man at the center of the scheme is 58-year-old William