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It only took a global pandemic to force public and private universities to cut their spending.
 
Communist China has long benefitted from American-funded research stolen by Chinese academics who infiltrate colleges throughout the United States.
Communist China has long benefitted from American-funded research stolen by Chinese academics who infiltrate colleges throughout the United States.
 
Most college professors applaud what American higher education does and want to see it expand to include even more students.
Most college professors applaud what American higher education does and want to see it expand to include even more students.
 
This fall, students can start two new diploma programs in boatbuilding at Beaufort County Community College.
This fall, students can start two new diploma programs in boatbuilding at Beaufort County Community College.
 
Donor’s gift will benefit Brody School of Medicine
 
ECU associate professor appointed to National Science Foundation position
 
A professor at Boston University was crushed to death on Monday in a devastating elevator accident in her Allston, Massachusetts apartment building.
A professor at Boston University was crushed to death on Monday in a devastating elevator accident in her Allston, Massachusetts apartment building.
 
A college professor in Argentina who had been suffering from persistent COVID-19 symptoms collapsed and died at her home while giving a lecture to a virtual class of students.
A college professor in Argentina who had been suffering from persistent COVID-19 symptoms collapsed and died at her home while giving a lecture to a virtual class of students.
 
Remember the stereotype of the lazy college professor living an almost stress-free life while enjoying tenure, virtually a sinecure, often supported by taxpayer dollars?
Remember the stereotype of the lazy college professor living an almost stress-free life while enjoying tenure, virtually a sinecure, often supported by taxpayer dollars?
 
A federal court has ruled in favor of a professor thrown under the bus by his public college after a Muslim student claimed the Islamic terrorism portion of a world politics class violated his Constitutional rights.
A federal court has ruled in favor of a professor thrown under the bus by his public college after a Muslim student claimed the Islamic terrorism portion of a world politics class violated his Constitutional rights.
 
Colleges across the country are preparing for potential spikes in coronavirus cases in the fall.
 
On Thursday, law enforcement officials in New Hanover County, North Carolina, confirmed that they found the body of Mike S. Adams
On Thursday, law enforcement officials in New Hanover County, North Carolina, confirmed that they found the body of Mike S. Adams
 
The same Cornell student groups that sought to get a law professor fired for criticizing the tactics of the Black Lives Matter movement are now seeking to boycott his course.
The same Cornell student groups that sought to get a law professor fired for criticizing the tactics of the Black Lives Matter movement are now seeking to boycott his course.
 
While Roy cooper clings to his 6 foot social distancing science fiction, real scientists are saying that there is no scientific basis for that rule.
While Roy cooper clings to his 6 foot social distancing science fiction, real scientists are saying that there is no scientific basis for that rule.
 
And some say the “system” is breaking down—looks to me like it’s working just fine—in what other world (in the middle of a pandemic no less) would a professor get a $360,000 grant to study the impact of student loan debt, which (by the way) averages $30,000 per student?
And some say the “system” is breaking down—looks to me like it’s working just fine—in what other world (in the middle of a pandemic no less) would a professor get a $360,000 grant to study the impact of student loan debt, which (by the way) averages $30,000 per student?
 
Humorless, intolerant leftist academics are a force to be reckoned with on many college campuses, and a new case at the University of North Texas (UNT) pushes the envelope.
Humorless, intolerant leftist academics are a force to be reckoned with on many college campuses, and a new case at the University of North Texas (UNT) pushes the envelope.
 
Dr. Stacey Russell, music professor at Beaufort County Community College, earned her second award for excellence in online instruction.
Dr. Stacey Russell, music professor at Beaufort County Community College, earned her second award for excellence in online instruction.
 
Trumpet professor reaches students across eastern North Carolina
 
Professor John Ellis has served on college faculties since 1963 and is now an emeritus professor at the University of California-Santa Cruz.
Professor John Ellis has served on college faculties since 1963 and is now an emeritus professor at the University of California-Santa Cruz.
 
From shipwreck to grad school, married ECU professors return 20 years later
From shipwreck to grad school, married ECU professors return 20 years later
 
Steven Brint, distinguished professor of sociology and public policy at the University of California, Riverside, has given the public a reminder of why so many students value a college degree.
Steven Brint, distinguished professor of sociology and public policy at the University of California, Riverside, has given the public a reminder of why so many students value a college degree.
 
In eight of the nine last presidential elections, American University professor Allan J. Lichtman has correctly predicted who would win. He now says that, according to his model, the 2020 election is “too close to call.”
In eight of the nine last presidential elections, American University professor Allan J. Lichtman has correctly predicted who would win. He now says that, according to his model, the 2020 election is “too close to call.”
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, introduced Professor Richard E. Myers at his confirmation hearing to serve as a U.S. District Judge for Eastern North Carolina.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, introduced Professor Richard E. Myers at his confirmation hearing to serve as a U.S. District Judge for Eastern North Carolina.
 
The dominance of registered Democrats to Republicans in academia is becoming more and more apparent.
The dominance of registered Democrats to Republicans in academia is becoming more and more apparent.
 
Every year, professors around the world write millions of letters of recommendation.
Every year, professors around the world write millions of letters of recommendation.
 
Most oceanographers would rather find themselves studying sardines instead of being packed like one, but East Carolina University assistant professor Rebecca Asch squeezed into the research vessel Kilo Moana last month for a training cruise off the coast of Hawaii with nearly two dozen researchers.
Most oceanographers would rather find themselves studying sardines instead of being packed like one, but East Carolina University assistant professor Rebecca Asch squeezed into the research vessel Kilo Moana last month for a training cruise off the coast of Hawaii with nearly two dozen researchers.
 
In March 2018, the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees adopted new rules that fatally undermine academic freedom.
In March 2018, the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees adopted new rules that fatally undermine academic freedom.
 
On 30 April 2019, St. Edmunds College, University of Cambridge, rescinded a fellowship to the outstanding young researcher Noah Carl, who self-identifies as a conservative.
On 30 April 2019, St. Edmunds College, University of Cambridge, rescinded a fellowship to the outstanding young researcher Noah Carl, who self-identifies as a conservative.
 
How far has the United States gone down the road of punishing people for uttering politically incorrect thoughts?
 
The end of the spring semester marks the 20th anniversary of my professorship at Duke, first as an assistant professor and then as an associate professor of the practice at the Sanford School of Public Policy.
The end of the spring semester marks the 20th anniversary of my professorship at Duke, first as an assistant professor and then as an associate professor of the practice at the Sanford School of Public Policy.
 
About a year ago, Princeton philosopher Robert P. George came to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to speak about civil discourse and diversity of thought with the UNC system Board of Governors.
About a year ago, Princeton philosopher Robert P. George came to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to speak about civil discourse and diversity of thought with the UNC system Board of Governors.
 
I have one general guideline for myself in writing my columns: refrain from expressing anger or writing anything controversial -- anything that might cause folks to get up in arms, or worse, angry with me.
I have one general guideline for myself in writing my columns: refrain from expressing anger or writing anything controversial -- anything that might cause folks to get up in arms, or worse, angry with me.
 
That famous line from the movie A Few Good Men-"You can't handle the truth!"-applies more and more to the world of higher education. If you doubt that, consider the case of professor Samuel Abrams of Sarah Lawrence College
That famous line from the movie A Few Good Men-"You can't handle the truth!"-applies more and more to the world of higher education. If you doubt that, consider the case of professor Samuel Abrams of Sarah Lawrence College
 
In May, The Chronicle of Higher Education asked four academics from across the country to weigh in on the "adjunct crisis."
In May, The Chronicle of Higher Education asked four academics from across the country to weigh in on the "adjunct crisis."
 
The number of part-time and nontenure faculty continues to rise on campus as university officials try to cut costs. So does their dissatisfaction over wages and benefits, which is stirring disruptive pushback
The number of part-time and nontenure faculty continues to rise on campus as university officials try to cut costs. So does their dissatisfaction over wages and benefits, which is stirring disruptive pushback
 
An economics professor at a local college made a statement that he had never failed a single student before, but had recently failed an entire class.
An economics professor at a local college made a statement that he had never failed a single student before, but had recently failed an entire class.
 
A newly uncovered video featuring Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar shows the far-left professor praising plane hijackers and calling for acts of domestic terrorism against specific individuals.
A newly uncovered video featuring Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar shows the far-left professor praising plane hijackers and calling for acts of domestic terrorism against specific individuals.
 
In a much-ballyhooed spontaneous interview with The New York Times, President Trump stated on Thursday that he had complete authority over the Department of Justice - a constitutional fact. This led the media to lose its collective mind, however.
In a much-ballyhooed spontaneous interview with The New York Times, President Trump stated on Thursday that he had complete authority over the Department of Justice - a constitutional fact. This led the media to lose its collective mind, however.
 
On Saturday, The New York Times ran yet another execrable op-ed, this time from Professor Ekow Yankah of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University.
On Saturday, The New York Times ran yet another execrable op-ed, this time from Professor Ekow Yankah of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University.
 
Harvard history professor Jill LePore tells this story. She was hosting an event in her home for new students, promoting the university's history and literature program. One of the students there was suddenly distracted by urgent text messages from her parents telling her, "Leave right now, get out
Harvard history professor Jill LePore tells this story. She was hosting an event in her home for new students, promoting the university's history and literature program. One of the students there was suddenly distracted by urgent text messages from her parents telling her, "Leave right now, get out
 
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