Author: Mark Pulliam

Mark Pulliam, an alumnus of UT’s law school, is a contributing editor to Law & Liberty and a freelance writer. His work has appeared in City Journal, National Review, Modern Age, The American Spectator, the Wall Street Journal, and many other publications.

An Unlikely Higher Education Watchdog Draws Flak

As a lawyer by training, I did not set out to become a higher education watchdog. It just happened. Like many devoted alumni, I assumed that my alma mater—the University of Texas—remained more or less the same after I walked across the stage to receive my diploma decades ago. In my mind’s eye, UT was […]

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The University of Texas Succumbs to the ‘Social Justice’ Pandemic

The latest racket in higher education, evident at my alma mater, the University of Texas at Austin, is the disturbing proliferation of “social justice” as a degree program, a course topic, an academic emphasis, and even as a prerequisite in campus job descriptions. “Social justice” is a seemingly innocuous term with no established definition. Many […]

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University of Texas Black Graduation Ceremony - 2018

The New Color Line at University of Texas

Civil rights leaders once dreamed of a day when Americans would be judged by the content of their character, not the color of their skin, but today a different message is being spread at the University of Texas and other college campuses. “Diversity” means singling out certain races for special treatment. UT’s extensive diversity bureaucracy […]

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