A new university in Austin, Texas, that aims to make a liberal arts education less "liberal" has some academics hoping the college’s founding sparks a shift in education nationwide by focusing on "freedom of inquiry, freedom of conscience, and civil discourse" — but others remain skeptical of the school’s long-term prospects for success.
Frustrated by increasing reports of censorship occurring on college campuses across America, a group of writers and entrepreneurs decided to team up and founded The University of Austin.
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