Monthly Archives: July 2010

Academic Freedom Case at U. of Illinois

An interesting case over academic freedom has emerged at the University of Illinois-Champaign-Urbana. A veteran adjunct professor, Kenneth Howell, has been fired by the University for statements he is alleged to have made in class and in an e-mail to … Continue reading

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Editorial on Atheist Hypocrisy

Interesting editorial entitled “New atheists embody the very things they hate.”

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What’s Wrong With Higher Ed? Among Others: Colleges Spending in Recreation Outpacing Spending on Academics

About a month ago I wrote about my Thoughts on Improving College Education. Today the New York Times has an article entitled Share of College Spending for Recreation Is Rising that speaks to some of the same complaints I have … Continue reading

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