Harvard University removed a portrait of one of its previous presidents because the university felt one of his proposals was offensive and merited his portrait’s removal.
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A pro-life, Christian speaker claimed she was disinvited from a debate on abortion because of her Christian beliefs about human sexuality.
The Pride Center at Oregon State University opposed the addition of a veteran student group to an open lounge area in the university, but quickly deleted their social media post after criticism arose.
A Canadian university canceled a speech by a former Muslim speaker, who is now atheist, after the New Zealand terrorist attack on at least one mosque. The reasoning was the university wanted to be sensitive to the post-attack sentiments of others.
Two state legislators in New Jersey do not want the Mark Twain book, “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” to be used in schools due to the use of the N-word.
According to one professor, the Disney children’s movie “Moana” portrays rape culture.
A former fact-checker at the New Yorker will be teaching a journalism course on the far-right. However, this journalist resigned after falsely accusing a government agent of being a white supremacist.
A fellow at the University of California-Berkeley wrote an essay that took issue with the university’s censorship of his writing and research. Ironically, he is a fellow at the university’s free speech center.
A private Catholic university in Ohio is proposing disciplinary actions against faculty members who are anonymous sources in the media.
An adjunct lecturer at American University was criticized over insensitive jokes he posted on the social media platform Twitter.