The Nobel Peace Prize-winning college president’s troubling silence during World War II.

Matthew Wills
June 8 2022 12:01AM

The move may result in serious legal consequences for the publicly funded law school.

Steven Lubet
June 2 2022 12:01AM

Bad math, the digital humanities, and woke question-begging.

Mordechai Levy-Eichel and Daniel Scheinerman
May 20 2022 12:01AM

When scholarship becomes activism.

May 12 2022 12:01AM

They got things wrong, and failed to learn from their mistakes.

March 25 2022 12:01AM

When your “diversity, equity, and inclusion senator” starts cursing the Jews.

Jan. 26 2022 12:01AM

The case of Xiyue Wang.

Peter Theroux
Jan. 25 2022 12:01AM

Students who go to war aren’t phased by micro-aggressions.

Nov. 23 2021 12:01AM

Ivory towers, still stuck in the sand.

Sept. 17 2021 12:01AM

Even in contemporary higher education, it’s possible for anti-Israel zealots to go too far.

K.C. Johnson
Aug. 25 2021 12:01AM

“As with so many intellectuals, Said’s cultural influence was greater than his merits.”

Theodore Dalrymple
Aug. 24 2021 12:01AM

Scholars pursue truth; politicians pursue power.

Aug. 9 2021 12:01AM