Jon Shields and Joshua Dunn, Sr. have an editorial in the WSJ, which summarizes what they discovered over the course of interviews with 153 conservative and libertarian professors. The editorial is a companion piece to their new book. The WSJ piece is gated, but some related pieces can be found here, here, and here. (WSJ, Japan Times, and Inside Higher Ed.)
A report on diversity at Yale Law School has revealed a lack of both ethnic and political diversity among the school’s faculty.
And in The Atlantic, Conor Friedersdorf notes how the tools of campus activists can be used to stifle ….campus activists. Friedersdorf also has a piece about “concept creep,” which explains why younger Americans are more sensitive to harm. (See Jon Haidt’s related piece here.)