Higher Education
Mitch Connor

'We will fight you'

Cal-Irvine | After shouting down speakers and allegedly supporting terrorists, a Muslim student group prepares to re-emerge on a California campus
by Jill Nelson
Posted 11/05/10, 04:32 am

When a Muslim organization on a campus known for free speech tries to shut up those with a different viewpoint, what's the right penalty? At the University of California, Irvine (UCI), home to approximately 23,000 students and one of the most virulent Muslim student groups in the nation, administrators are choosing a slap on the wrist.

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Baylor University

A campus divided

Academia | Baylor promotes Christian scholarship while dismissing Christian scholars
by Mark Bergin
Posted 4/05/08, 12:00 am

No one has ever questioned Stephen Prickett's academic chops. The Cambridge and Oxford-educated Victorian scholar has taught on five continents, including as crown-appointed Regius Professor Emeritus of English Language and Literature at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. His work on European romanticism is world-renowned.

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Irreligious studies

Higher Education | The church has not prepared young Christians for the liberal religion programs at most universities
by John Dawson
Posted 9/25/04, 12:00 am

AUSTIN, Texas - With just one semester of coursework at the University of Texas completed, Blake Helm stepped unwittingly into a religious minefield. Coming from a theologically conservative background, Mr. Helm had signed up for Professor L. Michael White's "Rise of Christianity" course, only to find out in the first class that the subject matter was the fall of Christianity. "He started out with, 'Why aren't they [the Gospels] in chronological order?' and went on from attack to attack," Mr. Helm said.

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