No registered Republican college professors in at least 15 departments in Chapel Hill. Wow.
The “Inclusive Terminology” guide put out by the school sounds ludicrous.
No affirmative action? No problem. Diversity increased by 114% at Texas A&M.
A soon-to-be-retired U.S. Army general will take command of an embattled liberal arts school in Maryland after a grades controversy.
Jim Gilmore, who ran as a Republican presidential candidate in the 2016 cycle and had served as Virginia’s governor, wrote an op-ed describing the problems that higher education and academia are facing today. It’s worth a read.
Social activism by Mizzou football players garnered the attention from ESPN. Go figure.
A good read from our friend Mike Gonzalez: Despite signs everywhere that the Orlando massacre has failed to bring the country together, there seems to be a growing consensus on at least one point—considering a…
Feminists at a mostly-female college protest against rape culture.
Associate professor at SUNY-Buffalo, Jonathan Katz, thinks the terrorism talk is a distraction in the Orlando shooting discussion: Katz is one of the first in the country to be tenured in gay and lesbian studies…
Calling a disabled person “inspiring” can be considered a microaggression at Mizzou. Wow.