The reformer: Can Ben Sasse and the Republicans fix higher education?
Ben Sasse, the junior United States senator from Nebraska, has written tens of thousands of words about education policy, but his philosophy can perhaps best be summed up in 10 words: “We need more folks to fall in love with learning.”
Duquesne University’s law school to get record $50 million donation from renowned lawyer and alumnus Thomas R. Kline
One of the nation’s top litigators who never forgot the doors Duquesne University opened for him is giving his alma mater’s law school $50 million — the largest gift commitment in the Pittsburgh university’s 144-year history.
Kansas Board of Regents nominees quizzed about ‘woke’ politics, conflicts of interest
Senate President Ty Masterson peppered the governor’s three nominees to the Kansas Board of Regents with questions Tuesday about potential of faculty indoctrinating Kansas college students with “woke” ideology aimed at advancing politically or socially liberal ideas.