Campus Scenes

Campus Scenes

Transparency for Thee

By From the October 2013 issue

Texas’s higher education battle matters beyond the Lone Star State.

Campus Scenes

Launching LibertasU

By 8.13.13

The fix for a broken system of higher education.

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Penn and Joe

By From the July-August 2013 issue

How the vice president ruined an Ivy League commencement this year.

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A Hipster for King’s College

By 7.18.13

Gregory Thornbury will reinforce one of the pillars of ascendant intellectual evangelicalism.

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Drink Earlier, Drink Less

By From the June 2013 issue

Each semester, The American Spectator holds its college essay contest, an opportunity for undergraduates to show their writing skills and sound off on a pressing issue. Our most recent topic, “The pros and cons of binge drinking,” elicited this essay by an up-and-coming student from Hillsdale College.

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Wimps Versus Barbarians

By 5.21.13

Storm trooper tactics win the day at once prestigious Swarthmore.

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Razing Reagan

By From the May 2013 issue

Reagan's boyhood home has disappeared--but his legacy has not.

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Where Four Years Will Not Be Wasted

By 1.23.13

Liberal arts are alive and well at Hillsdale.

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The Role of ‘Educators’

By 1.8.13

Creating a mindset that undermines American society.

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Pollice Verso and Pigskins

By From the December 2012 - January 2013 issue

The winner of our first collegiate essay contest has answered, with verve, our query: Should tackle football be banned for corrupting our educational institutions and concussing our youngsters?