Campus Week: A remembrance for the longtime head of Yeshiva University, Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm
Campus Week: Does George Soros’ new educational initiative rent out universities as vehicles for politics?
Campus Week: The case for heterodoxy in views on race
Campus Week: The troubling dismissal of a teacher at Solent University in the U.K. reflects the dangers of lack of due process in accusations of racism
Campus Week: The one-party journalism system suffers no dissent from within. Here are some who do it anyway.
Campus Week: The bestselling historian, philosopher, and darling of Silicon Valley is missing something about our scholarly search for truth
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
Campus Week: What college faculty and administrations should have done over the plague summer, and why we’re still not doing it
Campus Week: Five alternatives to wasting your time and money on a worthless degree
Campus Week: How did an elite, repressive minority policing speech and culture through political correctness come to browbeat the American democratic majority?
Don’t blame millennial ‘snowflakes’ for the problems on campus, students are the victims not the cause of college craziness
Campus Week: A memoir of discomfort—and progress—as a graduate student at the University of Michigan in the 1960s
Campus Week: An important new biography of the late René Girard takes one academic back to the origins of his astonishment
Campus Week: How the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement supports the careers of shoddy university scholars
Campus Week: How a toxic postcolonial, postmodern discourse essentializes Muslim women into only their covering
Misplaced historical values, survivors dying off, the Labour Party’s new rhetoric, and pressures on secondary curricula are all contributing to a generation of U.K. children with little or incorrect knowledge of the horrors of World War II
Campus Week: Jewish populations are falling at schools like Harvard and Yale. Should we care?
It’s that time of year again: All week Tablet takes stock of the state of American academia and university life
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