universities

Why ‘Intellectual Diversity’ Requirements on Campus Won’t Work

A DEI proposal with a right-leaning twist will still hurt academic freedom.

The SAT at the Crossroads

Standardized tests can identify bright kids from disadvantaged backgrounds—if that’s what colleges want to use them for.

Speaking Freely About Free Speech

Free speech matters a lot, but so do some other things.

On Campus Speech, We Need a Return to First Principles

The alternative to robust free speech norms is an unfettered scramble for political spoils.

A New Organization Enters the Battle Over Academic Freedom

The American Academy of Sciences and Letters hopes to reform academia from within and from the outside.

Social Justice for Me, Not Thee

How can so many campus activists give the Hamas attacks a moral pass while screaming inclusion from the rooftops?

What You Get Out of College Is Who You Put Into It

College is far more a reflection of status than it is a path by which to reach it.

Supreme Court Guts Affirmative Action

Plus: The justices also rule unanimously in favor of a Christian postal worker.