Higher Ed

Higher Ed Opinion

On teaching

The goal of teacher-modeling is for the students to eventually perform their own independent inquiries, even though the teacher may still intervene when necessary

Higher Ed

An education into the real

Wyoming Catholic College is not a safe education, and not only because of the wild outdoors they must negotiate.

Higher Ed Opinion

A real college at last

When I arrive before class, I meet young people joking, laughing, and doing any of the hundred things that people do when they actually belong to a community, a big family

Higher Ed News

Troubling events at Georgetown and Notre Dame

Catholic universities are called to be bulwarks of truth in a society that supports anything but objective truth

Higher Ed News

An insider’s take on St. Gregory University’s closing

Attending a small Catholic college gave me opportunities I never would have had elsewhere

Higher Ed News

Thomas More College and the restoration of Christian culture

Catholic cultural and educational leaders say the college’s new Center is poised to bring about significant and lasting change to New England’s culture

Higher Ed Opinion

Educate your friends this Christmas

Students at modern secular universities are being taught to becomes slaves—and to embrace their slavery in the name of superficial and false freedoms

Catholic Identity Higher Ed

Thomas More College’s warmth and wonder

No cell phones or laptops are allowed in classes, and that means that the dead silence that has come to prevail in classrooms at other places before the professor arrives is unknown there

Catholic Identity Higher Ed

A vision for Catholic education in Ireland

Men and women who have education in the liberal arts are much better able to adapt to the ever-evolving demands of commerce and finance

Catholic Identity Higher Ed

Lambs to the slaughter: Catholic students at secular colleges

The problem with secular and pseudo-Catholic colleges is not only what students learn there, but what they never get a chance to learn