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Whatever happened to Truth, Goodness and Beauty

Whatever happened to Truth, Goodness and Beauty

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Colleges, universities and schools have, throughout the ages, taught young minds under the motto, Veritas, Bonitas, Pulchritudo. Which, translated from Latin, means Truth, Goodness and Beauty. Why have these motifs, meant to encourage searching and attaining a higher moral, beautiful and spiritual plateau in life, fallen from the curricula of […]

Potemkin Universities

Potemkin Universities

by Victor Davis Hanson// May 4, 2017   Behind the facades, universities have broken faith with a once-noble legacy of free inquiry. College campuses still appear superficially to be quiet, well-landscaped refuges from the bustle of real life. But increasingly, their spires, quads, and ivy-covered walls are facades. They are now no more about free […]

Repeal and replace universities

Repeal and replace universities

by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD, April 29, 2017 The political left has made a complete pig’s breakfast of our educational system. Safe Snowflake Schools for Socialism. Political intolerance is now the official policy at colleges and universities across the United States with violence or the threat thereof as the means of enforcing extreme leftist orthodoxy. In February, […]

Failing Grades

Failing Grades

By Michael Greer I knew our universities had become laboratories of leftist thought, but as it turns out things are much worse. I still believed the students were getting an education: even while they were being indoctrinated. But apparently, except perhaps, for hard sciences, that isn’t the case anymore. Did you know that most universities […]