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The age of Political Correctness is coming to an end. At least that is what the vast majority of Americans and even Europeans are hoping because the recent spat on American college and university campuses has many Americans shouting, enough is enough.
In 1972, at the University of Georgia, our college newspaper staff opposed the proposal to change the name of the Henry W. Grady School of Journalism to the Henry W. Grady School of Mass Communications
Can you believe it? The Rolling Stones put on 15 US concerts in 2015, one of which was at Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd stadium.
There was a time when a professional baseball player could become a famous evangelist speaking before large crowds and occasionally getting their sermons printed in local papers.
I will get quickly to the point and say that half the teachers in my small Dekalb County Georgia School were men veterans of WWII and Korea and one veteran lady teacher.
I had my first taste of the University of Georgia in 1995 when I participated in a classical guitar competition at the flagship in Athens. Instructors in the university's music department judged me and a handful of other guitar players from around the state on our technique and performance (in case
In his State of the Union address, President Obama pitched his plan for making two years of community college as "free and universal in America as high school is today." He thinks it would be a great thing. But at the community college where I taught English from 2007 to 2010, Georgia Perimeter...
According to most economic indicators, North Carolina's economy is on the upswing. Job growth exceeds the regional and national averages. The state's recent decline in unemployment - even when you include discouraged workers who've dropped out of the labor force - is one of the largest in the...
According to most economic indicators, North Carolina's economy is on the upswing. Job growth exceeds the regional and national averages. The state's recent decline in unemployment - even when you include discouraged workers who've dropped out of the labor force - is one of the largest in the...
I had my first taste of the University of Georgia in 1995 when I participated in a classical guitar competition at the flagship in Athens. Instructors in the university's music department judged me and a handful of other guitar players from around the state on our technique and performance (in case
In his State of the Union address, President Obama pitched his plan for making two years of community college as "free and universal in America as high school is today." He thinks it would be a great thing. But at the community college where I taught English from 2007 to 2010, Georgia Perimeter...
According to most economic indicators, North Carolina's economy is on the upswing. Job growth exceeds the regional and national averages. The state's recent decline in unemployment - even when you include discouraged workers who've dropped out of the labor force - is one of the largest in the...
Would the fact that Breneau College Museum has the Virginia Dare stones that connect with the missing colony of Roanoke Island, NC story make this old photo more interesting?
I've made this point before, but it's worth emphasizing one more time: those who oppose school choice in elementary and secondary education should, if they wish to be consistent, oppose former Gov. Jim Hunt's Smart Start program and former Gov. Mike Easley's More At Four program, now known as NC Pre
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