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Behind NYU and Aramark’s Black History Month Dining Hall Fiasco
A controversy over an insensitive dining-hall menu was a case study in what gets lost when universities start behaving like corporations.
Is a Professor Getting Railroaded for Questioning Social-Justice Dogma?
Peter Boghossian claims his university is only investigating him because it is politically hostile to his research. The truth is more complicated.
How ‘Coddled’ Are American College Students, Anyway?
In their much-debated new book, Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff raise alarms. The left has scoffed. Don’t buy either of those positions yet.
Colleges Don’t Need More Republican Professors
Universities can have ideological diversity without employing apologists for a plutocratic party that cultivates racism and demonizes intellectuals.
A CUNY Student Was Investigated for Criticizing Israel
When one student can narc on another for being offended by their political opinion, things start to get pretty Kafkaesque.