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Monthly Archives For September 2017
President Trump’s use of his Twitter account spurred a lawsuit, wanting him to unblock critics of his on Twitter.
A college professor asked that his journal article be withdrawn after being criticized in academia for writing how colonialism may have benefited colonized countries in the Third World.
A recent Brookings Institution survey, for example, found that 44 percent of students believed so-called “hate speech” is not protected by the first amendment while another 16 percent answered “don’t know.”
The Obama-era ‘Dear Colleague’ letter was rescinded by the Trump administration, per an announcement last week, over concerns on due process protections on college campuses.
Antifa was not condemned by the University of California-Berkeley student government, but the likes of provocative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos was.
In a “Dear Colleague” letter to university administrators, the U. S. Department of Education reversed the Obama Administration’s guidance urging school officials to go above and beyond, some would say outside, the law while investigating charges of sexual harassment under Title IX laws.
Whenever a journalism school claims it has found a new and improved way to train reports, it seems, the result is an even more partisan and ideological training camp than what is already in place.
Left-wing professors may not get away with murder but they might come pretty close.
A 10-week semester course at the University of North Carolina will discuss the problems with masculinity.