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Claudine Gay’s resignation as president is unlikely to change much at Harvard.
Claudine Gay’s departure doesn’t fix what’s wrong at Harvard or elsewhere: the illiberal takeover of higher education.
Interview: Danish data scientist Jonatan Pallesen discusses the serious questions that remain about the former Harvard president’s scholarship.
City Journal’s 10 Blocks podcast features rich conversations on public policy and culture with host Brian C. Anderson.
In the Risk Talking podcast, host Allison Schrager—economist, journalist, and author—discusses cutting-edge economics in plain language.
The notion that blacks are at elevated risk for “existing while black” is true—but not because whites are killing them.
California’s preposterous push to offer reparations to blacks—in a state where slavery never existed—will inflame racial tensions.
Culture wars over gender obscure the deepening educational struggles of young males.
White parents of school shooters are culpable; black parents of inner-city gangbangers are blameless.
How the Trump administration is reshaping the federal courts
The upbringing of children in much of Britain is a witches’ brew of sentimentality, brutality, and neglect.
The unrecognized state of Somaliland flourishes within a chaotic and violent region.