The Biden administration’s new rules for adjudicating campus sexual misconduct allegations favor an ‘inquisitorial’ approach over procedural fairness
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Michel Foucault understood that truly free people must be willing to choose death, like the fighters of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. What would he make of the restrictions on liberty in our efforts to safeguard life from COVID-19?
When the moral imperative trumps the rational evidence, there’s no arguing
How campus Title IX courts’ guilty-until-proven-innocent subversion of due process is a harbinger of a dangerous wider shift in liberalism
‘Unwanted Advances’ is a clarion call for accusatory university cultures gone mad
At a Catholic school, a professor fighting the academic boycott of Israel is investigated on secret charges