Higher Education

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Midday Roundup: Remembering John Willke, pro-life pioneer

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | He led the charge. Dr. John C. Willke, a pioneer in the pro-life movement, died at his home Friday. He was 89. An obstetrician, he practiced medicine in…

Are today’s students working too hard?

Are today’s students working too hard?

By Laura Edghill
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Education | Today’s high school seniors party less and study more than their parents did. Most moms and dads might not think that’s a problem, but their kids do.

Facebook, Twitter, and the Tower of Babel

Facebook, Twitter, and the Tower of Babel

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Screenwriter and communication professor Craig Detweiler on the theology of technology

When is it too late to blow the whistle on fraud?

By Mary Reichard
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Supreme Court | The Supreme Court is considering a case that touches on one of the government’s longstanding fraud-fighting tools to encourage people in-the-know to report…

Rules on top of rules for teachers who teach teachers

By Emily Scheie
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Education | A government proposal to further regulate teacher training has drawn accusations of federal overreach, unfairness, and careless spending from conservative…

Preferring those who hate us

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Israel | There is a Ph.D. dissertation in it for whoever can figure out why we always prefer those who hate us. The spectacle of a few weeks ago of students at the…

In one week, college basketball loses two greats: Tarkanian and Smith

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Obituary | Retired University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian died today at age 84 after battling health issues. He was hospitalized Monday…

‘Inclusive’ speech campaign

By La Shawn Barber
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Free Speech | Isn’t it strange how campus liberalism has evolved from a free-speech, tradition-defying, I-am-woman, youth-led movement to a speech-suppressing,

Sham universities create student visa loopholes terrorists could exploit

By Laura Edghill
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Immigration | Immigrant student Bhanu Challa unexpectedly traded her anticipated diploma for handcuffs in 2011, during a federal crack-down on universities suspected of…

Guilty as charged

By Andrew Branch
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Sports | A horrible campus culture doesn’t get football players off the hook for rape

Deeper problems with National Signing Day

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | Sportswriter Gregg Easterbrook examines the issues facing big-time college football

Illinois Bible colleges sue over state regulation

By Dave Bell
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Religion | Three years ago, Rachel Vasquez enrolled in Dayspring Bible College and Seminary in Mundelein, Ill., north of Chicago. She wanted to attend a college that…

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