Knowing who you are, where you came from, is a central purpose of education, and frankly not only in the humanities but in biology.
At most colleges and universities, perhaps including the one you yourself attend, research and teaching about intelligent design is forbidden science.
As the new school year begins, a group of Ivy League educators (among them, Robert P. George) urge college students to “think for yourself.”
For university students, this is likely your only chance to examine the evidence for design in a rigorous and objective classroom setting.
There are several good news stories on the recent development in the federal court case in which Yoko Ono seeks to prevent further distribution of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, the Ben Stein film. And then there is this one from ars technica: Notice the way the writer feels obliged to abuse free speech–by misrepresenting intelligent design–even as he defends it. Read more here at Discovery Blog.