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Are College Rankings Rigged?

Each year high school students and their parents, along with prospective graduate and professional school students, consult university ranking lists. Most well-known is the U.S. News & World Report Ranking List. These rankings have an indisputable impact on universities and a powerful influence on prospective students. Read More ›

Preparing Students to Intelligently Question Darwin This Fall

My large, inner-city public high school was rich in diversity, and I learned to appreciate a multiplicity of viewpoints and backgrounds. Unfortunately, this diversity did not extend into the biology classroom. There I was told there was one, and only one, acceptable perspective regarding origins: neo-Darwinian evolution. November marks the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, Read More ›

Draft Rumor Targets Supposedly Gullible College Students, Says Volunteer Military Advocate

SEATTLE, OCT. 22 — “The most potent campaign rumor of the year is the web-induced claim that if re-elected Bush President will reinstitute the draft,” says Bruce Chapman, president of the Discovery Institute and a pioneer in the 1960s movement to institute an all-volunteer military. “It’s potent, but it is also false.” “Whether the Kerry camp originated the story or simply Read More ›