The latest “Irascible Professor” piece is a guest column by Ralph Westfall, who teaches at Cal Poly Pomona. He decries the administrative bloat in higher education — more and more administrators who are generally paid more than professors, absorbing limited funds that ought to be used for pedagogical purposes.
The president of the European Council does not usually make news when addressing the UN General Assembly. In fact, the current occupant of the post, Charles Michel might be used to giving UN addresses that attract minimal attention. He is, after all, a former prime minister of Belgium. However, today was ... Read More