I was elected to improve ASA and I failed.
The know-nothing movement that Trump now leads obviously creates direct challenges that the forces of truth must rise to meet, but we're not responsible for the war on truth.
5 minutes, with a 75/25 dark-uplifting ratio, aging leftist sensibility, a little sociology, and fair-to-middling production value.
We need to be square with students on some hard questions. First and foremost, will you and your family get your money's worth attending school this fall?
Under age 25, Black women are the least likely to be in college, over 25 they're the most likely.
This thing going around is completely wrong and we should stop it.
Daily Beast columnist Robby Soave is also a staff editor at Reason, according to his Twitter profile. Here I'm comparing his column from Dec. 20, "Oberlin College Students: Cafeteria Food Is Racist," with a Dec. 21 news article in the New York Times, written by Katie Rogers, "Oberlin Students Take Culture War to the Dining…
If students were more integrated with the real world off campus for their social and moral community-building needs, their politics might be more outward-looking as well -- and the public might be more supportive of them in return.
That's just my opinion. Meanwhile, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is responding to the tax shortfall in his (our) state with a plan to cut taxes. And his justification, repeated during the campaign, and now during his State of the State message, includes these two claims: "We've had the largest mass exodus of taxpayers fleeing our state…
I have an op-ed in the Chronicle of Higher Education titled, "College Sex-Assault Trials Belong in Court, Not on Campus," and there's already a lively discussion in the comments. I would welcome your thoughts, on this site or that one.