There is a growing movement to ban cupcakes in schools as a way of promoting good nutrition and fighting childhood obesity.
Articles By: Don Irvine
If anyone ever doubted that academia is full of leftists or Democrats the latest report from the Center for Responsive Politics covering the 2005-2006 election cycle should put all arguments on the matter to rest.
Last week Dartmouth College’s Director of Athletics and Recreation Josie Harper wrote a letter published in The Dartmouth apologizing for “offer the support of the athletics department in playing a leading role to combat racial, ethnic and sexist ignorance and intolerance on our campus.”
Is resistance to sports team names innate or learned?
The chairman of Accuracy in Media has a close up encounter of the surreal kind with Washington Post columnist turned high school teacher Coleman McCarthy.
Thanks to an injunction issued by a state judge the University of North Dakota’s sports teams will get to keep using their nickname.
One thing that is being lost in the liberal media euphoria about the Democratic takeover of the House and Senate is the fact that most of the ballot initiatives or referendums that conservatives supported passed easily. One of the more contentious of these initiatives was Proposal 2 in Michigan which would amend the Michigan state constitution to prohibit all state agencies, including colleges from operating affirmative action programs that grant preferences based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin or gender.
What trend did the trustees at Gallaudet set in motion when they gave student demonstrators veto power over the presidency of the university?
Boston College recently amended the speaker policy in the Office of the Dean for Student Development’s Student Guide to make it clear that the school has the power to balance or cancel speakers it feels are not “sensitive to and respectful of the Catholic heritage of the institution.”
The experience of the Minutemen who tried to speak at Columbia was reminiscent of Accuracy in Academia’s adventures when AIA tried to hold a conference there in the 90s.