No Patrimony

The age-old distinction between schoolchildren and university students is fast losing its meaning. On many campuses, the infantilization of university students has become institutionalized. College administrators treat students as if they were biologically mature children rather than young men and . . . . Continue Reading »

9.5 Theses

In this 500th anniversary year of the Reformation, there are countless angles from which to think about that event and its continuing significance. By no means the least important is the fact that Luther’s Reformation in particular was in many respects a university-based movement. And still in our . . . . Continue Reading »

Ganging Up

Amy Wax, professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania and First Things contributor, has angered her law school colleagues. Thirty-three professors have “condemned” her views in a recent statement. Continue Reading »