Such is the task of the heavy hammer—it shatters glass and forges steel
The superstar Columbia grad student was canceled by Fox, an experience that only strengthened his belief in convincing his opponents
How telling the right stories about overcoming oppression in the right way became a requirement for entering the elite credentialing system
Could an affordable, marketable-skills certification program from the search giant undercut the Ivy League?
The controversy over whether Jill Biden should be addressed as ‘doctor’ is a sign of the importance of educational credentialing as a social sorting mechanism
Jewish students like me thought not being on campus would at least spare them some drama. We couldn’t have been more wrong.
The jargon and weird abstractions are central to the birth of a new elite, which uses the language of wokese as a barrier to entry
Campus Week: The intersectional monster has risen up against its white progressive boomer creators, and there’s little they, or anyone else, can do about it
Ariel Sabar, in ‘Veritas,’ turns the true story of an academic con into a gripping thriller starring an overzealous feminist history prof, a wily forger, and Jesus’ wife
A recent panel event featuring the founding mother of ‘intersectionality’ highlighted the promise and peril of our intersectional moment
Is this the return of the Thought Police?
Campus Week: Five alternatives to wasting your time and money on a worthless degree
Harvard’s Catharine MacKinnon correctly noted the Israel Defense Forces’ ethics. But when a colleague accused her of praising the Jewish state, the celebrated scholar went on the attack.
As a boy, I feared dropping the Torah scrolls, or writing marginalia in other texts. But I overcame that anxiety once I entered academe, whose doors were opened by great Jewish thinkers before my time
But what about the relationship between anti-Semitism and pygmy hippos?
A scholar discovers a hidden text by the great American author of ‘Song of Myself.’ But can the celebrated democrat survive the politics of 21st-century academia?
ISIS offers its recruits a vision of wild and violent abandon. To eradicate it, we need not only better guns but also better ideas.
The Enlightenment was never about colonialism or mindless pursuit of perfection—it was, and is, about liberating us all
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