Laurence Tribe, an anti-Trump professor at Harvard, will be teaching a course on impeachment in the Trump era and it requires a CV in order to be one of the dozen students in the course.
Articles By: Accuracy in Academia
A political science professor in California has been on sick leave since mid-January 2018 due to her concerns she is in danger, after news of her anti-Trump exam question was made public.
A pro-life student group won a lawsuit against Miami University of Ohio over mandatory “trigger warnings” for its cross display, which illustrated how many lives were lost due to abortion.
Purdue University administrators have assumed editorial content control over a controversial online writing lab guide.
The Crusader mascot for a Catholic college will be replaced due to protests by members of the student body, who claim the knight image offends them due to the history of the Crusades.
Florida signed a bill into law that banned ‘free speech zones,’ which protects students’ freedom of speech on college campuses, and became the ninth state to pass this type of law.
Five colleges in Massachusetts offer a joint certification in ‘reproductive justice,’ which focuses on the intersection of abortion politics and progressive activism.
The phrase “God bless you” has been deemed a microaggression, or a potentially offensive phrase, at Simmons College.
But will discipline her.
At San Diego Miramar College, a political science 101 exam referred to capitalism as a contributor to “sweatshop conditions.”