The Princetonian, a campus newspaper at Princeton, decided to no longer publish editorials by students from a diverse political background and will go the unsigned editorial route.
Monthly Archives For September 2017
University of North Carolina-Charlotte offers 345 courses related to the subject of diversity. Does that seem excessive?
The way that black quarterbacks are described could be racist, professors allege in a journal article.
A gender neutral reading of the Declaration of Independence took place at an Arizona elementary school, shocking at least one parent.
Berkeley is creating a financial version of the heckler’s veto, and it must be rejected.
Two more hate speech hoaxes? A student resolution at Cornell University condemned two allegations of hate speech on the college campus, but it’s yet to be seen if they were made up or not.
A feminist academic group realized that 7% of observed gender pay gap is due to discrimination, which is much lower than the activists would say.
When old established universities opened branch campuses abroad in the first decade of this century, the education press was full of glowing coverage generated by university press releases but the news from abroad has slowed to a trickle, and it’s not because nothing is happening there.
After student protests rocked the campus of the University of Missouri in 2015, student enrollment has dropped significantly.
Florida actually has a law on the books requiring schools to hold back third-graders who can’t read. One imaginative assemblyman wants to change that.