The revered poet T.S. Eliot was an astute critic of modernity and a model for those who seek to “redeem the time.” We present this essay today as an homage to the author of the magnificent poem Ash Wednesday.
Freedom, at least when understood as political liberty, is not the proper end of man.
Sex changes and useless administrators: the real reasons your tuition is skyrocketing.
Downton Abbey highlights both the greatness and the limits of traditionalism.
Regardless of what you might learn, the truth is that modernity is entirely the product of Western civilization, and that’s a good thing.
To thrive as a student with faith, you need to become a pious intellectual, not just an intellectual who happens to be pious.
Do these things and you’ll look back on college just a little more fondly.
Don’t judge the moral of these stories until you’ve reached the closing credits.
In this lead article from the newest issue of Modern Age, Peter Augustine Lawler looks at the latest trends in education and what they mean for true liberal learning.
Pete Seeger was a committed Marxist during the Stalin era. So why has the American music industry made him a canonized saint?