Another day, another debunked liberal study. This time, graduate students debunk a study that claimed Trump rallies led to an increase in hate crimes.
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
Two professors conducted research and found that conservative students aren’t widely persecuted on college campuses, but pointed out how ideological biases can affect college students’ readiness for the real world.
Even the University of Michigan’s football coach was embroiled in controversy surrounding university donor and billionaire Stephen Ross and he recently addressed the issue in a podcast.
The University of Michigan rebuffed protests from some alumni to halt donations received from billionaire Stephen Ross, after news of his fundraiser for President Trump hit the news cycle.
Johns Hopkins fired a researcher for checking on his computer servers in a building that was occupied by student protesters this past May, he claimed.
Facing a budget deficit, Eastern Michigan University bought out 142 employees, most of whom will voluntary retire this fall.
NBC News posted an article which praised changes in sex education curriculum across the country, citing pro-abortion sources and rhetoric.
The University of Alaska approved a plan to consolidate its three campuses underneath a single university after the state legislature did not override proposed budget cuts from the governor’s office.
A recent poll of college students discovered that a plurality of students voted for Obama as the “best” American president in history.
A recent study by Johns Hopkins University researchers claims that Trump’s 2016 election led to more preterm births among U.S. Latina mothers than in the previous year.