Higher Education | 2002 Archive
Apr. 26th Sept. 11 figures in campus discussions on heath, discrimination, and racism
The terrorist attacks on the United States and the subsequent U.S. war on terrorism were the subjects of a recent teach-in at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and were also referenced by North Carolina State University students during two recent campus events focusing on an entirely different subject, the racial climate.
Apr. 19th Racial hypersensitivity poisons the campus climate
N.C. State has gone to great lengths to gauge its "racial climate." But how worthwhile is this activity, really? A voluntary demonstration ostensibly designed to list incidents of racial injustices at N.C. State produced only four, all of which were really examples of racial hypersensitivity, only two of which related to N.C. State, and one of which was from two decades prior.
Apr. 12th N.C. State to issue bonds for conference center, hotel, and golf course project
North Carolina State University is soon going into the hotel business. Construction is slated to begin this year on the Centennial Campus Executive Conference Center and hotel, which would offer 250 rooms and 29,000 square feet of meeting space, to be complemented by a 18-hole championship golf course, all built on the university's Centennial Campus.
Apr. 5th Study: Women's studies texts full of deliberate factual errors, ideological bias
The Independent Women's Forum has released a major review of textbooks used in college Women's Studies departments. The review, authored by senior fellow Chistine Stolba, challenges the "propaganda, not scholarship," being put forth by women's studies textbooks.
Apr. 2nd What Is College Worth?
If a college education offers the kinds of financial returns that students are promised, why isn't it valuable enough to pay a reasonable price for?
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