They are a reminder of a subject-based education rarely found elsewhere today.
South African students should focus on fighting the ANC, not past injustices.
An MP has disgracefully reported Katie Hopkins for speech crimes.
VIDEO: Kurdish Londonders demand the release of anti-ISIS fighter Shilan Ozcelik.
Porn-watchers shouldn't be demonised. But they shouldn't be celebrated either.
Attacks on religious freedom undermine liberal society.
If you are open for business, you should be open for business.
Teachers are afraid of tackling difficult questions in front of pupils.
The real problem is the unhinged moral panic about rape on campus.
The UK justice system needs to face facts: 'recovered memories' simply aren't credible.
Why the campaign for same-sex hitching is so censorious and intolerant.
A vital new report shows how sustainability poses a threat to academic freedom.
The elite views footballers and football fans as rapists-in-waiting.
Middle-class breasts on Instagram – good. Big tits in the Sun – bad.
Recent university occupations expose how infantilised students have become.
Gaston Dorren’s fascinating book is a must-read for us chauvinistic monoglots.
Want to boost people's wellbeing? Then create more wealth.
Teaching subject knowledge will give young people the means to shape their own destiny.
Hectoring the poor has taken the place of inspiring all.
It’s not just Iraq that has been destroyed by Western intervention.
Clinton’s gender-obsessed campaign confirms the end of political life.
The new fashion for defacement is intolerant and vengeful.
Many of the tensions of the Great War remain scarily unresolved.
To protect the right to protest, students must get serious about free speech.
Anger over right-to-buy sums up the left's municipal miserabilism.
Selling off housing-association homes further erodes the social spirit.
Party leaders have mistaken a reality-TV star for the electorate.
France’s anti-FGM campaign was the product of an immigrant-bashing time.
Young people want some vision, not pity-me politics.
A new rock doc about Kurt Cobain is a paean to the Nirvana frontman’s restless creativity – not his tragic end.
Yes, throwing things at players can be dangerous. But, at its best, it’s an art.
Demands to try Janner show how unhinged the child-sex panic has become.
Patrick Cockburn’s study of ISIS indicts both Saudi Arabia and the West.
The latest Twitterfury with Katie Hopkins exposes the ugliness of PC.
US plans to stop welfare recipients buying certain things exposes the rot of welfarism.
The quest for robotic cars is underwritten by a suspicion of humanity.
Foreign nationals have become collateral damage in a standoff between the ANC and the masses.
The crusade against tabloid journalism spreads far wider than the bungling CPS.
Feminists are not the best people to ask about curbing prostitution and porn.
We shouldn’t demonise or infantilise African migrants. We should welcome them.
An anti-human agenda lies behind the advocacy of a new geological epoch.
Sturgeon is the beneficiary of the collapse of traditional politics.
Forget Earth Day – it’s time to celebrate humanity’s impact on the planet.
Self-styled victims of Twitter trolling like Jack Monroe need to get out more.
As the Christina Hoff Sommers furore shows, too many students can’t handle debate.
Ella Whelan talks to Nigel Farage and Will Scobie in Thanet.
The UK election is a sham. It’s time for a whole new politics.
Jon Ronson finds something nasty lurking in the eye of the Twitterstorm.
Football fans need to kick back against the social-media police.
The ban on the LSE rugby club summed up the new campus McCarthyism.
The investigation of Jim Wells is the behaviour of a police state.
The case of the Meitiv children shows how little adults trust each other.
From multiculturalists to feminists, too many think that we are defined by our inheritance.
The fury over Bjorn Lomborg Down Under confirms the intolerance of greens.
A new film explores the hollowing out of family life.
Feminism poses a bigger threat to womanhood than those ads ever could.
Middle-class moaning ignores the real causes of the housing crisis.
‘Je suis Charlie’ has become a dogma, harming the fight for free speech.
If only Lutfur Rahman had been toppled by debate rather than a judge.
And none of them is good news for the electorate.
The instability points to a moral vacuum in America’s inner cities.
The dead hand of intervention is destroying another Middle Eastern state.
Sturgeon is bashing 'Westminster insiders' in the hope of becoming one.