Higher Education is emerging to be one of the most prominent battlegrounds over competing ideologies. The right versus left battles over controlling school agendas have reached dull stalemates, with all sides firmly in their respective corners, and no new voter base being created or excited. Higher education, at the same time, offers a much richer,… Continue reading What’s “high” in Higher Education
Month: January 2021
The future of transportation Electric cars, trucks, and buses are being touted as the future of transportation, which they may very well be. Clean and efficient, they are being sold as the one answer to environmental concerns, and (sometime in the) future impending oil-shock, which they again may very well be. There are however legitimate… Continue reading Battery Recharge
My two journeys – Meetings with Radnath Swami
In this June 3, 2016 book review, author Amit Verma recounts his two meetings with Radhanath Swamiji at booksignings in Houston.
Enrollment declines at South Texas Universities a worrying trend
Thank you for your timely article on student enrollment numbers at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (“Enrollment continues to fall at Texas A&M University-Kingsville,” Oct. 19). As the article suggests, the Coastal Bend community’s two renowned institutions of higher learnings – Texas A&M University-Kingsville and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, both universities of national and… Continue reading Enrollment declines at South Texas Universities a worrying trend