More hoaxes at universities; this time, Drake University will charge a student with faking racist notes.
Articles By: Accuracy in Academia
The reason behind these proposed restrictions are spying and intellectual property theft by Chinese nationals, who study at American universities and colleges.
A history professor at University of California-Berkeley claimed student evaluations of professors are biased against women and minority instructors.
Gonzaga University declines to permit conservative speaker Ben Shapiro from speaking on their college campus, citing Christian gospel as a reason for doing so.
A mentorship program for faculty members to mentor students by taking them for a meal, at the university’s expense, could cost upwards to six figures since 2015.
A diversity study commissioned at the University of Wyoming will cost $21,500 and will ask questions that don’t seem to be neutral.
A mandatory diversity course at Syracuse University apparently was not well-received by Syracuse freshman, many of whom had nothing to do with a video full of racist language (which some at an university fraternity had participated in).
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse hosted an adult film actress on their campus, which caused so much of a controversy that the chancellor will repay the expense out of his own pocket.
The University of North Alabama has an unwritten media interview policy for professors: Don’t do an interview without prior approval by the administration.
A Kansas State University student claimed someone left a racist note on his apartment door, but when the police investigated, the culprit was the alleged victim!