Pro-Israel students are calling out their university over a course that promises yet another one-sided view of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Monthly Archives For August 2018
The Jesuit university I went to responds to the diocesan scandals in Pennsylvania by renaming buildings.
Twitter is recruiting nine professors to help it create more meaningful dialogue and conversations, and avoid “echo chambers” that may have led to current political divisiveness in American politics.
Utah State University joined the dating app Tinder to promote safe and healthy relationships in an attempt to reach out to students.
At Ball State University, pro-life students pushed for better parking spots for pregnant women and were able to secure permits for students who are soon-to-be mothers.
Delaware State University banned students from throwing snowballs because it’s dangerous and violent, per its administration.
Its return has been long overdue and the president may be the catalyst.
Unfortunately, what they are excising are the courses many outside academe might consider most valuable.
It might be so biased and totalitarian that even university administrators notice.
A Republican state lawmaker, and university professor, was fired after Central Washington University investigated him for sexual harassment allegations. He plans on suing the university, claiming they wanted to fire him from the start.