Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
Charles Sykes, a senior fellow at the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, says institutions of higher learning are coming apart.
Vespasian's last words: 'Oh dear, I think I'm becoming a god.'
It's a legitimate question.
Would the practices of the Boston Latin School help restore order and rigor to today’s classrooms?
A four-page memo shows how the college aims to create a more inclusive environment.
The apology is hilarious.
Struggle sessions? Mandatory confessions of 'white privilege'? Trigger warnings and safe spaces? Some professors have had enough.
An economics professor argues that many people fail to see who the primary beneficiaries really are in a capitalist system.
Are well-meaning teachers unintentionally producing moral nihilism in their students?
The French thinker encountered difficulties while reading, too.
Some of the titles are likely to surprise you.
Is America suffering from "the Punic Curse"?
It has something to do with the virtues and values emphasized in each of the franchises.
Millennial males in college are significantly weaker than their fathers, new research suggests.
The actor who played Gimli has become an outspoken defender of the West.
Is our society overlooking one of the primary benefits of work?
The U.S. military is everywhere, except history books.
We read this tragedy through the emotion-obsessed eyes of Romanticism, a movement that did not emerge until 200 years after the play was written.
Both communism and liberal democracy call for people to become New Men by jettisoning their old faith, customs, arts, and traditions.
Mirza Salih was invited to Cambridge to help translate the Bible into Persian.
Are we placing too much emphasis on "being-in-love"?
Our obsession with smartphones is a good example of what has been referred to as the “paradox of technology.” It both frees and enslaves.
Hanging out with rolling stones at the airport bar.
The Founders looked to the Roman Republic as a model for what they should be and to the Roman Empire as what they feared might come.
The salary of the US president and the wages of US workers have barely budged in recent years, but salaries for university presidents are skyrocketing.
Do American students need an injection of pure common sense?
Our classrooms should be places where we push back against technology, against a life largely circumscribed by screens.
At least with Powerball, if you do beat the odds, you end up benefiting financially.