Harrison Jenkins’ personal political views were supposedly used in the pre-impeachment process, where impeachment did not occur after all the hearings and hoopla.
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
It’s all because some faculty members don’t like a poster that says the BDS movement is linked to Palestinian terrorism.
He hasn’t announced his next move, but it sounded like an untenable situation. The College Fix reported Robert Lopez, an associate professor of English, did have tenure and still decided to resign: Professor Robert Lopez…
Quite a wide-ranging interview, where Nader (a former third-party presidential candidate) blasted sensitive college students along with Black Lives Matter: Yeah, but how far does Black Lives Matter go? Is it raising money for offices…
An editorial in the Wall Street Journal felt that Title IX is now being used as a political tool by the Obama administration, and it’s hard to argue against it.
Some say the statistics are too low, some are saying it isn’t. 1.9% of students surveyed said they were sexually assaulted, but faculty and students are saying that the definition used in the survey is erroneous and that number is therefore too low.
An interesting op-ed in the Daily Mail over in the British Isles from Claire Fox: Their reaction shocked me. I take no pleasure in making teenagers cry, but it also brought home the contrast to…
The Bias Response Team at the University of Oregon released its bias reporting statistics, where 85 incidents were reported, but only 7 led to discipline. This could mean two things: bias reporting is a waste of time, or bias reporting is a waste of time.
Both teachers, Theo Olson and Kelly Farm, were forced to leave Como Park and transfer to another school, even when the school district said they are not guilty of any wrongdoing.
Um, that doesn’t sound fair, because it isn’t a fair statement.