The great outdoors now consists of ‘predominantly white spaces,’ claimed a student op-ed at Claremont Colleges.
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When advising conservatives about how to navigate liberal-dominated academia, he counsels them to choose “a dissertation topic that’s totally non-ideological … ” and to omit experiences from their resume that reveal their conservatism when they’re seeking employment in higher education.
Apparently, the Trump Administration wants to take a novel approach and stop giving taxpayer money to the rich, at least the academic variety.
Body size and obesity are a diversity problem, claimed a professor at the University of North Alabama.
The student senate at San Diego State University voted to get rid of their ‘Aztec’ mascot and to replace it. The alternative mascot has not been discussed.
A seventh-grade student in Georgia was forced to change out of a “Fake News” T-shirt before going a class trip to tour CNN’s headquarters in Atlanta. The shirt had the letters FNN emblazoned on the front with…
Regents at Cal-Berkeley officially rebuked university president Janet Napolitano for actions related to attempting to cover up a $175 million ‘slush fund,’ but they won’t oust her from her position.
CNN’s Brian Stelter took issue with President Trump’s latest tweet about the UCLA basketball players — Cody Riley, LiAngelo Ball and Jalen Hill, who were arrested in China for shoplifting and, thanks to Trump, were recently…
The University of North Dakota’s School of Graduate Studies sent an e-mail urging faculty and students to push back against the Republican-majority Congress’s efforts to pass tax reform legislation. The sender was the school’s associate dean, Chris Nelson, who said he “feels badly” for the mistake to send it as an official university e-mail.
Swarthmore College’s president wrote to faculty and students to urge Congress to adjust their tax reform legislation, which she claimed would hurt the college.e