A lovely case study of diversity on campus — or the lack of it, when it comes to ideology — is under way at Bowdoin College, thanks to Thomas Klingenstein, who wrote about it here in April 2011 in the Claremont Review.
The National Association of Scholars has a report out titled "What Does Bowdoin Teach?"
The Manhattan Institute had a lively event about it last week; a video is here.
The Wall Street Journal's David Feith had an article about it summarizing the situation.
And the Bowdoin Orient, the student newspaper, carries the college's official response to the NAS report.