Letter to the Editor: How to teach students how to think

To the editor: Excellent article: how to teach students how to think. I have a few additions: read the new methods of reporting the most catastrophic events of the past century by reading Soviet and Polish dissident literature, primarily Solzhenitzen (the Gulag Archipelago) and Shalamov (the Kolyma Tales) novel form of reporting on Auschwitz done … Continue reading “Letter to the Editor: How to teach students how to think”


Another Professor Shouted Down—This Time Over Pronouns

Universities in the United States do not have a monopoly on intolerant and disruptive students. Canada has them too, as shown by a recent incident at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. The school had arranged for a panel discussion on the subject of free speech and political correctness in Canada. Four speakers were invited and … Continue reading “Another Professor Shouted Down—This Time Over Pronouns”