A UCLA study by students concluded that President Donald Trump’s tweets and “language shows an anti-immigrant bias,” which study was used to support DACA, or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
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A Texas state representative had a social media post on how there are two genders, but a San Jose State University professor claimed that chromosomes do not determine gender.
A university professor who once tweeted that all he wished for Christmas was a ‘white genocide,’ has now resigned due to harassment by right-wing online mobs, according to the professor.
Bard College is the latest college to offer a gender pronoun guide to inform students and faculty how to call other people’s gender.
Merrimack College offers its students a social justice major to know how to handle the United Nations, and other interactions.
Apparently, selfies (i.e. photos of oneself often taken from a smartphone) are pushing ‘traditional gender roles’ at the University of Georgia.
The University of Virginia administration pressured the student government to withdraw their objections to a conservative group mission statement in order to approve their application.
Rolling Stone, a magazine sued for defamation, reached a settlement with a University of Virginia fraternity on undisclosed terms.
University of Minnesota, after an outcry over an internal e-mail that suggested not using Christmas-related words in staff parties, condemned the e-mail and said it was not university policy to impose such rules.
The FBI is reviewing claims that the University of New Mexico violated laws on the books regarding the obtaining of body parts for research.