Uh, that’s quite a racist statement in itself, right? Update: The New York Times op-ed can be read here.
Monthly Archives For December 2015
Making things like race inclusion workshops mandatory won’t exactly solve the problem, if there is a problem at AU.
Uh, this doesn’t make sense: Several Boston University professor and Muslim apologist Kecia Ali recently wrote an article forThe Huffington Post that attempted to make excuses for the pervasive nature of slavery (particularly sexual slavery)…
Huh? He’s being serious, apparently: The President of the College of St. Scholastica (CSS) says he will devote the final year of his tenure to promoting inclusivity, arguing that diversity is more important than tuition…
Here are our top ten stories from 2015: 1. George W. Bush, Reappraised? Sort Of Wait, people praising George W. Bush? Surprisingly, we found some evidence of it. 2. Anti-Semitism on Campus 2015 Everyone is…
They would pray before and after games, but after a complaint was made, the Air Force said it would permit football players to continue to do the same if they wanted to.
Um, doesn’t that infringe on the Constitution, say, the First Amendment?! Gee whiz, students, read the U.S. Constitution for once.
They are demanding better food, which they get for free to begin with. Uh, okay?
Planned Parenthood, the U.S.’s largest abortion operation, published an anti-male feminist graphic on Twitter this weekend that was critical of men:
Read what textbooks will not tell you about Princeton’s gift to the White House in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.