On Thursday, October 25, the anti-Koch liberal and progressive activists plan to protest and criticize Charles Koch and his network of organizations.
Articles By: Accuracy in Academia
The federal government will fund a study on how to use technology to advance social justice, where an ‘intersectional feminism’ professor will lead the charge.
At Stony Brook University, there is no longer a ‘homecoming king’ or ‘homecoming queen,’ but a homecoming court that includes all alleged genders.
Apparently, an anti-gun rights activist believes that America stole its land from Native Americans and thus, it is up to young people to increase non-white participation in political office.
The anti-gun rights group ‘March for Our Lives,’ formed after the Parkland, Florida high school shooting, is touring the country to register students to vote, but most likely to turn out the Democratic Party vote.
A private Christian university near Los Angeles, California had to reinstate a rule that prohibited homosexual relationships among its students because the rule was previously eliminated without board approval, which was met with disdain among some students.
A pro-abortion student group at the University of Oregon held an anti-Kavanaugh rally to reiterate that Americans should not ever let the confirmation happen again (in other words, the confirmation of an originalist judge to the Supreme Court).
A graduate of a Savannah, Georgia college began a petition to change the name of a building on its campus, which is named after Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
GOP senators, according to one Ole Miss assistant professor, “don’t deserve your civility” in public.
A Clayton State University professor offered extra credit for students who attended an on-campus event for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and Democratic Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, but after public pressure, she had to extend it to Republican events, too.