A Chinese exchange student was criticized over her remarks of how America’s “fresh air” was liberating, compared to her home country of China.
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Still bitter? Joe Biden criticized President Trump, although not by name, for things such as ‘hate speech,’ ‘fringe ideologies’ and the ‘forces of populism.’
An assistant professor at Berkeley was fired over sexual harassment, but he has sued three of his four accusers for defamation.
Undergraduate hourly workers at the University of Chicago library can hold a union election, said the NLRB.
A black student at Bowie State University was stabbed to death while visiting the campus of the University of Maryland, and the police arrested a white student who is an alleged member of an online hate group.
The James G. Martin Center ran a piece on defending Western civilization by ensuring that Western intellectuals and their books are taught in higher education.
History lessons teach children a “healthy contempt for authority,” writes Reason.
We at Accuracy in Academia remember Memorial Day and what it truly means: Remembering the sacrifices of our servicemen and servicewomen.
Good lawyers may be easier to find than good law schools. See the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
In our latest visit to the Modern Language Association, we discover, once again, that if you love literature, you may want to avoid most English courses.