Once again, the people who lecture you on tolerance, diversity and sensitivity have none.
Monthly Archives For October 2018
The Democratic challenger, locked in a neck-and-neck race, as of this writing, with conservative icon, U. S. Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is running a well-oiled, financially at least, campaign largely driven by contributions from employees of the University of Texas.
A ‘Practical Activism’ student conference at the University of California-Santa Cruz trained student participants how to protest and be (liberal) student activists on their campus.
At San Diego State University, ‘Free Vibrator Day’ organizers handed out 500 free vibrators to female students.
With the killing of Jamal Kashoggi, a contributor to The Washington Post, in Saudi Arabia, media outlets started churning out stories on President Trump’s past business deals with the Saudis, but have yet to examine the Arab nation’s very current economic exchanges with American colleges and universities.
The petition to rename a building named after Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas no longer exists.
As the court case involving Students For Fair Admissions and Harvard draws to a close, the Ivy League university is revising it’s guidelines on admissions questions.
The day after the mass shooting in a Pittsburgh synagogue, a political science professor took the opportunity, in an interview on Al Araby TV, to blame the assault on the U. S. president. “When U.S….
The two Ivy League schools whose progeny like to lecture the rest of us about diversity have a hard time achieving it themselves but might be overlooking an obvious solution they are not predisposed to….
At a private medical university in Chicago, administrators and other student groups held a pro-abortion ‘Reproductive Health Week’ series of events that did not address the pro-life perspective due to a lack of presence on its campus.