No state legislature ever built a great university.
When in doubt, one can rarely go wrong by going public.
Higher education is not growing fast enough to meet the needs of Nevada.
Is there any more important problem than our lack of need-based scholarships? I think not.
No individual has a vested right to a job when that individual fails to perform adequately.
It makes no difference how low tuition is if the student has no source of funds to pay that tuition.
The new rule of thumb is that 80% of a president's time must be spent in raising funds for their schools.
We Americans have the great gifts of freedom and democracy, but it has been our education system that has fulfilled the promise of democracy.
You may not be aware of a recent survey that showed that if the First Amendment were put to a popular vote today, it would fail by a 60% to 40% vote.
Nevada has a world-class economy. It will only build a world-class culture with world-class research universities coupled with the Desert Research Institute.