Accusation = Sentence

That is Neal McCluskey’s assessment of the Education Department’s new regulations aimed at for-profit colleges. In this Cato@Liberty post, he writes, “Just accusing a school of predatory behavior hurts it, ...

A Female Privilege Ends at Michigan State

Should a public university have a student lounge exclusively for women? Mark J. Perry, an analyst with the American Enterprise Institute, suggested a few years ago that Michigan State’s women-only lounge ...

The Ruthless Folly of SLOs

InsideHigherEd.com reports that Biology Professor Robert Dillon was suspended from the College of Charleston for not having acceptable, accreditor-required student learning outcomes (SLOs) on his syllabus. Professor Dillon, in turn, ...

Conceding the Culture War

Daniel Henninger is certainly right to point out how a second Clinton presidency would mean the further and deeper entrenchment of freedom-destroying political correctness, especially in  higher education (“The Clinton Default Mistake: Her Presidency ...

Segregation Is Back

Two stories on higher education this week captured national headlines. The first centered on students of color at the Claremont Colleges who did not want to room with white peers. ...

How Did Bad Journalists Get that Way?

In this Accuracy in Media article, Tucker Carlson bemoans the state of journalism these days. He condemns the practice of journalists who air their opinions on social media, noting that it ...

Are College Presidents Overpaid?

Leftist commentators constantly harp on the compensation of business CEOs, often employing extremely misleading data. but for some reason, the compensation paid to people they’re predisposed to like is never ...