Abortion activists toured five states and went to eleven college campuses and had slogans such as “I got ninety-nine problems but pregnancy ain’t one” in their push to get rid of the Hyde Amendment.
Community college faculty are being encouraged, by their union, to give extra credit to students attending ‘May Day’ activities.
An ideological litmus test before student government elections? That’s one idea floated by a Clemson administrator.
Some Pomona College students demand that the college rescind their hiring offer to a white female professor because her research is perceived (by them) as “perpetuat[ing] anti-Blackness.”
Columbia University saw fit to spend $2.5 million to study its students’ sex lives and drinking habits.
A Canadian University nixed a pro-life flag display on their campus because it “created an unsafe environment”.
A ‘Black Lives Matter’ themed vandalism incident defaced the “Silent Sam” monument at the University of North Carolina and the university is investigating it.
Teaching ‘queer theory’ to children in elementary schools? That’s one suggestion from a professor at the University of Arizona.
College snowflakes are like Holocaust survivors? An official at NYU claimed that today’s college Millennials have traumatizing personal experiences, similar to those who suffered from the Holocaust.
Not making eye contact could lead to ‘racial micro aggression’ and mental health issues, warned Oxford University’s Equality and Diversity Team.