The report was based on data from 9.8 million students.
The findings were published in the Washington Post. (And pretty much nowhere else.)
Twenty years after a famous hoax, has anything changed?
Can we even agree on these?
'I asked for health that I might do greater things; I was given infirmity that I might do better things.'
Dark, violent, and vulgar, Mr. Tarantino’s movies are hardly the first thing one thinks of when looking to derive theological reflection. But ...
Read what the ambassador of Tripoli told John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.
Experience is also an important teacher.
Is it any wonder that there's a lack of good men?
Isn’t it time for some restraint?
The numbers are horrifying.
Does he offer some clarity in the emotional immigration debate we find ourselves in?
It’s not 1968, but it sure feels like it is. Is social media to blame?
Trump’s behavior and appearance would be viewed as indicating a severe excess of yellow bile – a terrible imbalance of humor.
In response to a popular pie chart that’s been going around social media for some time now.
High school English teacher Paul Barnwell made two interesting observations yesterday.
Societal breakdown, insecurity, and the rise of the police state.
The scholarship dealing with free will is outrageously messy.
Surprisingly, it's not reading.
It might have went down something like this ...
The problem with scientism is that it tends to be prejudiced and therefore not very scientific.
A new study - and a revered expert - seem to suggest that the answer is yes.
Here's the first instance of it ever being used.
Are we ignoring Shakespeare to our detriment?
An NYU student studying abroad said the campus she's visiting in Shanghai is more welcoming to debate and opposing ideas than NYU.
In a new mini documentary produced by We The Internet, former Brown University student Rob Montz visits his alma mater to ask an increasingly relevant question: “Is the university killing free speech and open debate?”
Should a student’s freedom of conscience take precedence over a teacher’s rights? (This is not a hypothetical question.)
Rep. Steve King made this claim last night, and it's generated a lot of controversy.