We’re seeing suggestions from the right side of the political spectrum that events like the massacre at a Connecticut elementary school are novel in American history—a reflection of the fact that our society has lost its sense of morality. It's not true.
Sonia Sotomayor would not be sitting on the Supreme Court today if affirmative action didn’t exist, and that fact renders the Court’s dilemma in this case more concrete than it otherwise might be.
Tuesday’s provincial election was a pretty good day for the Quebec student movement.
Lessons from the Student Power Convergence.
Chilean student activists have taken control of at least seven schools in the country’s capital, following street protests that saw 75 arrested and three city buses burned.
Canada is cracking down hard on student protest.
This law would not only block the teaching of such classics as Ulysses, The Canterbury Tales, and Catcher in the Rye, it’d prohibit historians and law professors from competently discussing campus free speech regulations.
When the governing bodies of two of the country’s greatest institutions of higher education are literally, physically walling themselves off from the students of those universities, something has gone deeply deeply wrong.
The Brooklyn College Faculy Council has unanimously condemned NYPD’s spying on their campus’s Muslim student organization.