Articles by Martin Friedenthal
Feminism Higher Education Office for Civil Rights probes complaints Stanford discriminates against men
‘We find the current investigation woefully inadequate,’ co-complainant said.
UT Dallas purchased surveillance software from a company implicated in targeting student protests, records show.
Curriculum Higher Education Humanities majors are thriving at Grove City College, bucking trend of decline nationwide
‘Our English graduates get great jobs, but importantly many of them use what they learn here to serve their families and churches and communities,' professor says
Financial Aid Higher Education Politics Taxpayers have already absorbed $32 billion in student loans under Biden administration
Federal government under President Biden has paid out $32 billion to absorb student loans through ‘targeted initiatives,’ according to Forbes.
Crime Free Speech Scholars, writers condemn violent attack on Salman Rushdie, defend intellectual freedom
‘Words are not violence. Violence is violence.’