Oh Look, a Chicken!
“Those who choose this course will be invited (I smell bacon, what time is it? I’m hungry) to examine ways of knowing (little ants, carrying a morsel of food across the table) through embracing what it means to be a distracted learner.”
Without Unionization, University of Memphis Gives Adjuncts Large Pay Increase
Arbitrarily raising the compensation for adjuncts to a “living wage” level not only imposes unnecessary costs on other parties, but interferes with the market’s implicit message to prospective professors: “This field is full, so if you want a prosperous career, you’d better look elsewhere.”
Christmas censorship highlights absurdity of “inclusion” initiatives
This kind of censorship is (in addition to laughable) a pathetic double standard. How many times, after all, do universities spout off about the need to celebrate the many identities of their students?
Free To Learn? Think Again: Campus Censorship On The Rise
There is a better way to purge the intellectual barbarism operating within the university’s gates. Rather than rely on lawmakers, universities should clean up their own houses.
States to Colleges: Prove You’re Worth It
The idea of using outcomes—not enrollments—to guide public funding of higher education has so much bipartisan backing that both President Barack Obama and Florida’s Republican Gov. Rick Scott support it.