Sunday Opinion: Are Americans entitled to a minimum wage?
Sunday Opinion: Universities must be held to a higher standard
Their reciting of the first Thanksgiving is as inaccurate as it is hilarious.
Connect for Health Colorado has spent over $80 million to set up and market Colorado’s health exchange website. But in October only 3,736 people actually completed the process and signed up.
Christian theologian John Wesley once said, “What one generation tolerates, the next generation will embrace.”
Sunday Opinion: Rev. Jackson, Ronald Reagan was no racist
President Obama and his administration’s handling of several scandals have been “deceitful,” according to students at the University of Northern Colorado - Greeley.
Are young Americans being mandated to buy health care we don’t want from a website that doesn’t work just to cover the cost of insuring older generations?
Earlier this week, Campus Reform reported on two incidents of public universities warning students against donning potentially offensive Halloween costumes.
This weekend, as hundreds of people attended the Florida Right to Life banquet, I felt compelled to encourage the movement to embrace new methods of delivery for pro-life messages.
How much did the government spend on the development of the HealthCare.gov insurance exchange website?
I am on college campuses all the time. Talking with students, reporting on a variety of college related issues, seeing politics from their point of view.
Many college students are unaware of how the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will affect them. The law allows for kids to stay on their parents health care plans until they are 26. But what happens after?
This week saw the beginning stages of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as well as a national debate surrounding the government shutdown.
Academia and the left have lost their collective mind on gun control. Here is a quick recap of their recent anti-gun campus shenanigans.
On September 3, Campus Reform released an eight-minute secretly recorded video of Michigan State University (MSU) Professor William Penn opening his creative writing class with an anti-Republicans rant.
Is your campus too progressive? Maybe it leans too far to the left?
So how do liberals and conservatives react when faced with offensive speech?
Reporters and lawmakers attacked Hillsdale College President Larry Arnn for his use of the words "dark ones" on Wednesday in his description of how clipboard-wielding bureaucrats viewed students when they visited campus more than a decade ago.
1. On the reverse side of an ad for "The Great American Condom Campaign" was the phrase "do it for your country."
Campus Reform learned last week that George Mason University (GMU) in Fairfax, VA plans to offer a class on Trayvon Martin this fall.
A new study from McKinsey & Company reveals that 45 percent of four-year college graduates now work jobs that don’t require college degrees.
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) administrators betrayed their school’s mandate and motto last week with their shocking decision to reinstate an instructor who was suspended for telling his students to stomp on the name of Jesus Christ.
The University of Oregon Police Department (UOPD), like most university police departments, is “responsible for campus safety, crime prevention and law enforcement.”
During a commencement speech at The Ohio State University last month, President Obama warned the Class of 2013 to reject the voices warning against big government.
College is meant to be a place where free speech comes alive. Different viewpoints are supposed to be welcome and intellectual diversity celebrated.
University administrators across the country are deciding to add sex reassignment surgery to their health insurance plans. For example, in recent history, UC-Berkeley, Duke University, and the University of Illinois--Chicago (UIC) have all adopted this change.
This nation’s elite institutions of higher education often claim to fight on the frontlines in the battle for inclusion, tolerance and diversity.
Many institutions of higher learning are taking a wrong turn in embracing calls for divestment from the fossil fuel industry.