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Woke” academics have taken to attacking almost everything that’s traditional in our culture.
 
One of the most important aspects of our society is educating our children to properly function within it.
 
The following individuals were selected by committee to represent Beaufort County Community College on a state level as part of the Phi Theta Kappa All-USA Community College Academic Team.
The following individuals were selected by committee to represent Beaufort County Community College on a state level as part of the Phi Theta Kappa All-USA Community College Academic Team.
 
A formidable education story in North Carolina is that the Wake County Public School System is experiencing stagnant growth despite being one of the fastest-growing counties in the state.
A formidable education story in North Carolina is that the Wake County Public School System is experiencing stagnant growth despite being one of the fastest-growing counties in the state.
 
In other words, most academics find themselves in relative “safe spaces” where they encounter people like themselves.
In other words, most academics find themselves in relative “safe spaces” where they encounter people like themselves.
 
The fact that conservatives are outnumbered on college campuses isn’t groundbreaking news.
 
Academics Helen Pluckrose, James Lindsay, and Peter Boghossian have led the reaction against scholarship-as-activism with their famous “grievance studies” hoax.
Academics Helen Pluckrose, James Lindsay, and Peter Boghossian have led the reaction against scholarship-as-activism with their famous “grievance studies” hoax.
 
The focus used to be on developing the whole person: To lift students morally and ethically, to pique their curiosity in all things, and to instill, as cardinal John Henry Newman wrote, certain “habits of mind” that produce a deeply thoughtful individual.
The focus used to be on developing the whole person: To lift students morally and ethically, to pique their curiosity in all things, and to instill, as cardinal John Henry Newman wrote, certain “habits of mind” that produce a deeply thoughtful individual.
 
If a university ignores potential conflicts of interests between athletics and academics, it imperils itself
If a university ignores potential conflicts of interests between athletics and academics, it imperils itself
 
In the past two decades, North Carolina higher education leaders have tried to address problems related to college athletics.
In the past two decades, North Carolina higher education leaders have tried to address problems related to college athletics.
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement on the death of Maurice Koury
 
In Great Britain, as in the United States, a growing moral consensus and a lack of political diversity among faculty and administrators is moving higher education away from the pursuit and transmission of knowledge in favour of the promotion of politically correct values
In Great Britain, as in the United States, a growing moral consensus and a lack of political diversity among faculty and administrators is moving higher education away from the pursuit and transmission of knowledge in favour of the promotion of politically correct values
 
Pity poor Emma Sulkowicz lugging a mattress around the Columbia University campus now for almost a full academic year.
Pity poor Emma Sulkowicz lugging a mattress around the Columbia University campus now for almost a full academic year.
 
Grade inflation is rampant on American campuses. According to a study by Stuart Rojstaczer and Christopher Healy, A’s represent 43 percent of all grades awarded today—up from 15 percent in 1960.
Grade inflation is rampant on American campuses. According to a study by Stuart Rojstaczer and Christopher Healy, A’s represent 43 percent of all grades awarded today—up from 15 percent in 1960.
 
About 25 years ago, American higher education was swept up in the identity studies fad. A great many colleges and universities created courses, departments, degree programs, and related administrative posts in Women's Studies, African-American Studies, Latina/o Studies, Queer Studies, and others.
About 25 years ago, American higher education was swept up in the identity studies fad. A great many colleges and universities created courses, departments, degree programs, and related administrative posts in Women's Studies, African-American Studies, Latina/o Studies, Queer Studies, and others.
 
Great outrage has erupted from inside the University of North Carolina system due to the closure of three academic centers by the system's Board of Governors. The local media has published story after story by UNC academics excoriating the Governors for everything from a denial of free speech to...
Great outrage has erupted from inside the University of North Carolina system due to the closure of three academic centers by the system's Board of Governors. The local media has published story after story by UNC academics excoriating the Governors for everything from a denial of free speech to...
 
For the eighth straight year, East Carolina University's College of Business ranks among the best in the nation by The Princeton Review.
For the eighth straight year, East Carolina University's College of Business ranks among the best in the nation by The Princeton Review.
 
Left-liberals may dominate universities in the United States, but another kind of liberal—the classical liberal—is finding its way into the fray.
Left-liberals may dominate universities in the United States, but another kind of liberal—the classical liberal—is finding its way into the fray.
 
Three years after the revelation that UNC-Chapel Hill’s African and Afro-American Studies Department offered no-show classes, the Carolina community is still grappling with academic-athletic scandals at the North Carolina flagship.
Three years after the revelation that UNC-Chapel Hill’s African and Afro-American Studies Department offered no-show classes, the Carolina community is still grappling with academic-athletic scandals at the North Carolina flagship.
 
Here's a look at other BCCC events happening on campus and in the community
 
Sometimes a book is useful in ways that its author did not intend. That's the case with Why Higher Education Should Have a Leftist Bias by Donald Lazere, a professor emeritus in the English Department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Sometimes a book is useful in ways that its author did not intend. That's the case with Why Higher Education Should Have a Leftist Bias by Donald Lazere, a professor emeritus in the English Department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
 
If it is really a kind of aggression to correct student grammar, composition teachers are unnecessary.
If it is really a kind of aggression to correct student grammar, composition teachers are unnecessary.
 
People of all political persuasions have identified significant problems plaguing the American system of higher education. President Obama outlined some reform ideas during a back-to-school tour of New York and Pennsylvania colleges. But Ohio University economist Richard Vedder, director of the...
People of all political persuasions have identified significant problems plaguing the American system of higher education. President Obama outlined some reform ideas during a back-to-school tour of New York and Pennsylvania colleges. But Ohio University economist Richard Vedder, director of the...
 
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