A private Catholic university in Ohio is proposing disciplinary actions against faculty members who are anonymous sources in the media.
Articles By: Accuracy in Academia
An adjunct lecturer at American University was criticized over insensitive jokes he posted on the social media platform Twitter.
The student government at the University of Maryland voted to create a permanent position for a coordinator for illegal immigrant students.
Apparently, there is a problem of too much “whiteness” among people in the City University of New York’s English program.
The marketing campaign for the University of Wyoming was a resounding financial success, contrary to the complaints of some professors who said the phrase, “The World Needs More Cowboys,” was sexist.
The University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign declined to follow through with a student resolution to divest the university from fossil fuels.
Some employees at the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign complained that they do not like government jobs posted from the Immigration, Customs and Enforcement (ICE) agency.
A transgender professor at the College of Charleston criticized a lesbian former tennis player for comments on how transgender individuals should not participate in women’s sports competitions.
Students and faculty at Pitzer College voted to stop a study-abroad program in Israel, but the college president announced his opposition to the move to stop the program.
A Democratic congresswoman’s anti-Semitic remarks have spurred two pro-Israel on-campus organizations to condemn her use of anti-Semitic tropes.