Samuel J. Abrams

Education

Who’s really being silenced on campus?

Universities are radicalizing minorities

By Samuel J. Abrams

Education

A new mob at Sarah Lawrence College

Hope for Gen Z?

By Samuel J. Abrams

Home

What happened to the Disunited States?

Regional variations are wildly overstated

By Samuel J. Abrams

Education

Viewpoint diversity includes conservative thought

The seminar, not the lecture, is the way

By Samuel J. Abrams

Education

Will Generation Z elect a Boomer president in 2020?

If young voters really want to change the world, they must turn up

By Samuel J. Abrams

Education

The Middlebury mess

Students are open to challenging ideas. Their administrators are not

By Samuel J. Abrams

Education

When a student mob came for my job, my college did not support me

Students at my college demanded a review of my tenure because of an article I wrote. My fellow faculty members failed to back me up

By Samuel J. Abrams

Education

The craziest campus news: universities are still good

For all the free speech fights, higher education continues to make people more trusting and civil

By Samuel J. Abrams

Education

The search for viewpoint diversity in higher education

America’s colleges are deeply embedded in and influenced by the local communities where they are geographically situated

By Samuel J. Abrams

Education

The dangerous silence in higher education

I suggested that more balance was needed in academic programming. Within hours, my office door and surrounding corridor was vandalized

By Samuel J. Abrams

Politics

The countryside is not Trumpland: busting the myth of ‘rural values’

Rural areas may lean more toward Trump, but they aren’t championing the President and his policies.

By Samuel J. Abrams

Politics

To the GOP: don’t walk away from the Golden State

California is not a liberal fantasyland and conservatives exist in significant numbers.

By Samuel J. Abrams

Art

Why Niall Ferguson’s retreat to the ivory tower is deeply problematic

Niall Ferguson’s decision to disengage with students and their politics is wrong. While such a statement may bring glee to those on the left and may displease Ferguson himself, Ferguson’s reaction to his admitted bad judgement involving Stanford students is deeply problematic. Specifically, after being caught suggesting some fairly unethical behaviour regarding his engagement with […]

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