Students at the University of Washington were offended and upset at a lecturer’s opinion editorial that attempted to explain why women select careers other than coding.
Articles By: Accuracy in Academia
During the family separation policy uproar the past month, an assistant opinion editorial editor at the University of Pennsylvania compared it to the Holocaust.
A multicultural training workshop is being held by Michigan State University, and the university requires staff members to attend as well as have them pay $75 as a fee to attend.
Minnesota State University is offering counseling for students who underwent their mandatory diversity trainings, which begs the question of why the university is offering such trainings if students emotionally struggle with them.
A lecturer at the University of Washington saw steep backlash to an essay he wrote, which talked about how women choose not to go into the technology industry as it is a choice of theirs.
University of North Carolina’s Black Congress issued a set of demands after the student newspaper unearthed social media comments by the student body president, which were made years ago and were offensive in nature.
A student group at Marquette University told students that they should not call the police if they feel threatened, but should handle it themselves.
Loyola’s campus police officers were cleared in a private investigation on whether several officers racially profiled two black ticket scalpers at a university basketball game.
A university professor claimed that school police officers eventually ‘normalizes authoritarianism.’
Social justice has a role in teaching mathematics in classes, one professor claims.