Two Penn State professor published an article and said that the immigration-themed ads in the 2017 Super Bowl were “assaults on Trumpian ideology.” Seems a bit late to publish this in August, when the Super Bowl was in February.
Monthly Archives For August 2017
Vassar College’s new student orientation features diversity-promoting workshops, such as LGBT themes and social justice issues.
There is a distinction between color blindness and absent mindedness.
What is a ‘feminist ethnographer’? A Grinnell professor is teaching a course about “American whiteness” and will probably tell you why she used this description for herself.
“Weekly discussion groups” are the new safe space for overweight LGBTQ students at Montclair State University.
The Higher Education Establishment insists that its mission is just that. Academic insiders know better.
New School in New York issued a guide that told professors that they could create “environmental microaggressions” if they assign books written by “white cisgender” male authors.
Campus protests shook and stunned Evergreen State College, and the backlash against the protests may have led the college to look to hire a marketing and brand fellow to rebuild its public image.
Our intern in Texas offers a rebuttal to The View on the campus carry law there.
Southern Methodist University changed its decision and now will allow a 9/11 flag display in a prominent part of campus.