A guest speaker’s alleged anti-Semitic remarks sparked an investigation at UCLA, but it appears that the guest speaker has a history of spreading anti-Zionist rhetoric on social media.
Articles By: Accuracy in Academia
Two professors at the University of Washington-Tacoma are developing a social media tool which will detect anti-immigrant and misogynistic tweets on Twitter.
Pitzer College’s president visited an Israeli university to celebrate academic freedom, soon after students and faculty tried to axe the college’s study-abroad program in Israel and tried to oust him.
A Fall 2019 University of Michigan academic course will focus on right-of-center politics, such as ‘Make America Great Again’ rallies and the Trump campaign’s alleged association with the far-right movement.
Hillary Clinton was a commencement speaker in New York and chose to bring politics into her speech instead of sticking to nonpartisan advice to the graduating students.
When researching ways to make the University of New Mexico campus safer, one of the proposed solutions was to construct a ten-foot iron fence around the campus’s perimeter.
A pro-socialism student chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America at Texas State University recently posted on its Twitter social media platform that it is proud that none of its committee members are straight…
One of the board of governors for the University of North Carolina, during a commencement speech, mentioned to young men to invest in a diamond ring for their female love interest, which was met with criticism by professors at the university.
Virginia Tech held ten different graduation ceremonies to celebrate its diversity, such as a Muslim-only graduation, veterans-only, and a Latino-only graduation ceremony.
The newly-installed social science dean at Cal-Berkeley once claimed conservatives are sexist during a 2017 lecture. So much for political neutrality and fairness in the social sciences department at the university.