Facing their lowest enrollment numbers in years, schools are offering more practical courses — including more semesters of writing courses and externships — to attract students worried about getting a job after graduation.
Federal trademark law gives benefits to registered trademark owners, but denies registration to marks that “may disparage ... persons, living or dead, institutions, beliefs, or national symbols, or bring them into contempt, or disrepute.” Is that exclusion (also involved in the Redskins case) unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination?
The Washington Post's Carol D. Leonnig was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting on Monday for uncovering security lapses within the Secret Service. Executive Editor Martin Baron, Leonnig and others celebrated with speeches in the newsroom.
The Washington Post's Carol Leonnig was awarded journalism’s highest honor, the Pulitzer Prize, for her revelations about the Secret Service. She was recognized in the national reporting category in an announcement by Columbia University in New York, which administers the awards.
The Michelle Manhart incident: reminiscent of the UC Santa Barbara incident, in which Prof. Mireille Miller-Young was prosecuted for (among other things) taking pictures of aborted fetuses away from an anti-abortion protester.