My home state racks up a dubious distinction.
Monthly Archives For December 2017
The FBI is reviewing claims that the University of New Mexico violated laws on the books regarding the obtaining of body parts for research.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) told Harvard graduate students that they must have another round of voting to go forward in their unionization plans.
A Pace University professor wrote a pro-Palestinian children’s book and whose use of the word “intifada” upset pro-Israel supporters.
In the Race to the Top is No Child Left Behind?
A Navy veteran might find he ran into less red tape defending his country in the service than he will passing out copies of the U. S. Constitution at Bunker Hill Community College.
Many are recognizably Catholic in that they have the reputation for being so, largely due to their age.
The National Football League, which has pledged $89 million to social justice causes to placate its players, is partnering with the historical college Morehouse College to host a “Advocacy in Sport” workshop in February 2017.
A college department felt that bows and wrappings for Christmas parties were not neutral enough, and encouraged employees to call parties a “winter celebration.”
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has cancelled its six-week “Men’s Project,” which aimed to fight back against masculinity and its allegedly harmful effects.