Category Archives: College

Beyond The Academic Ethic

Philosopher Stephen Turner published this essay in 2019: * the German academic system of the late nineteenth century, which became the model for the modern research university… * Harvard University, for the first three centuries of its existence, was essentially … Continue reading

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Academic Horror Stories

From the New York Review of Books: * Among the best known involves an adjunct at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh who taught French for twenty-five years, her salary never rising above $20,000, before dying nearly homeless in 2013 at the … Continue reading

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“Then they came for … me?” The SJW Frankenstein monster turns against its creator at Evergreen State

Marcus Alethia (a regular Jewish contributor to Kevin MacDonald’s The Occidental Observer) writes: It is fascinating to watch the battle lines continually forming and reforming on America’s college campuses. At the moment, all eyes are on Evergreen State — one … Continue reading

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Dumb & Dumber II

Comments at Steve Sailer: * I get the impression Mr. Sailer was making that point obliquely. He also said some sweet and flattering things about how campus Jews made life better for us all. Lots of spoonfuls of sugar to … Continue reading

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Dumb & Dumber

Steve Sailer writes: Back in the 1960s, campus leftism was in part a product of the lifting of quotas on the number of high-IQ Jews admitted. Harvard dropped its quota on Jews in the mid-1950s, and Yale in 1965. Before … Continue reading

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