Sounds very punitive, California legislature
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
But it’s protected under the First Amendment! A college can’t do that unless they’re ready for legal consequences, so Bellevue College will probably say ‘no thanks’ to this.
So how do these students propose how to make up the $8 million gift if it is forced to be withdrawn?
Who filed it? His senate opponent: “A student at Southern Oregon University (SOU) was forced to suspend his campaign for a senate seat on his school’s student government after an opposing candidate filed a grievance against him for refusing to use gender-neutral pronouns.”
Um, no it isn’t. Maybe in a socialist state it is, but not in the U.S.: The role of government is to redistribute wealth, according to a course at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. A…
What the heck does that mean?! Take a look: “In an email Monday, the four university chancellors and interim president of the UM System acknowledged that they “face challenges,” and announced work on an audit to “examine and create a comprehensive assessment and inventory of diversity, equity, and inclusion policies, practices, programs, and procedures across the University of Missouri System.””
The war on common sense and bathroom use continues, this time in New Haven, Connecticut at the home of Yale University.
Sounds like a harrowing experience for a female student who happened to be trapped among the throng of protesting students who demanded entry to the private movie screening.
Well, looks like the ‘Jackie’ saga at the University of Virginia continues to roll along.
From Campus Reform: “The U.S. House of Representatives has rejected a Democrat-led effort to withhold ROTC funding from The Citadel unless it removes a Confederate flag on display in its chapel.”