Quotas to keep minorities out of schools were once considered racist and unfair, but colleges think it is just fine as long as they discriminate against the right minorities. Decades ago, the Ivy League
Where the upper-middle class and rich go for taxpayer-subsidized, elitist networking. The problem of “inequality” looms over America like a storm cloud. According to our political and journalistic class,
A clash between administrators and students at Yale went viral. Why that is unfortunate for all concerned.
By Daniel W. Drezner Daniel W. Drezner Bio Follow Over the past week, Yale University has been embroiled in some intense debates about race on campus. The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Sarah Brown offers
By Editorial Board A NEW REPORT on student testing is prefaced with the observation that testing in the nation’s schools is the most hotly debated issue in public education today, with some of the debate
(CNN) — Deadline's TV editor Nellie Andreeva created a stir with her latest column, originally titled "Pilots 2015: The Year of Ethnic Castings -- About Time or Too Much of Good Thing," and now headlined
If I still somehow retained any capacity to be surprised by the tone-deafness of corporate America, I imagine I’d be pretty taken aback by the news that Marriott International has joined forces with a
Research in the American Journal of Physiology found that Danish men lost more weight with a half hour of daily exercise than they did with a full hour; their body fat remained the same in both cases.
Low-fat diets are unlikely to result in greater weight loss than higher-fat diets that have the same amount of calories, a new study finds. Researchers looked at the effectiveness of low-fat diets compared
Most diets follow the same three rules: 1. Eat a bit less 2. Drink more water. 3. Move around some. But much in the same way that most religions share the same basic laws (be nice, don’t steal, try not
(Reuters Health) – Low-fat diets, and diets that restrict one category of nutrients in general, do a poor job of reducing weight and keeping it off for a year or more, according to a new review of clinical
Diet & Fitness It’s easy to blame junk food, fast food and sodas for our weight problems. Sugary sodas — with their more than 220 calories per serving — have been called public enemy No. 1 in the fight
How to get good returns on the money and time spent pursuing an education. Americans love college rankings. You can learn which schools have gourmet cafeterias, great parties or winning football teams.
Fears that they'd lead to abuse have proved unfounded, and new California law has 65% approval. Retired real estate agent Charles Selsberg, 77, was not what anyone would call an activist. But ravaged Lou
The would-be Republican nominee’s statement reveal he’s unqualified for the presidency. But they reflect common feelings among his conservative base As a neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Carson