A Catholic college renamed their yoga classes after there were doubts about its material, which some alleged were elements of “Eastern mysticism.”
Monthly Archives For April 2017
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A race hoax took place at USC, where a non-student put up a sign that read, “No Black People Allowed.” The irony is that the person is African-American.
Alex Nitzberg interviewed Jihad Watch’s Robert Spencer and they discussed topics such as radical Islam and free speech on college campuses.
A hypothetical statistics exam question on a ‘border wall’ offended students at the University of Wisconsin, and the professor was reported to the administration.
Thomas Jefferson is the “epitome of white supremacy,” students claimed at Columbia University.
San Diego State University’s mascot, an Aztec, survived accusations of cultural appropriation and will remain as the university’s mascot until further notice.
A college disinvited a psychology professor from speaking on their college campus because he refuses to use gender neutral pronouns (such as replacing “he” and “she” with “xe).
‘Fair division’ is apparently being taught at colleges like Rutgers University, which some could consider ‘fake math.’
Dr. Richard Cravatts, Ph.D., writes about the truth about ‘hate speech’ and the misunderstanding of what it is at the likes of Wellesley College.