The Princetonian, a campus newspaper at Princeton, decided to no longer publish editorials by students from a diverse political background and will go the unsigned editorial route.
University of North Carolina-Charlotte offers 345 courses related to the subject of diversity. Does that seem excessive?
The way that black quarterbacks are described could be racist, professors allege in a journal article.
A gender neutral reading of the Declaration of Independence took place at an Arizona elementary school, shocking at least one parent.
Two more hate speech hoaxes? A student resolution at Cornell University condemned two allegations of hate speech on the college campus, but it’s yet to be seen if they were made up or not.
A feminist academic group realized that 7% of observed gender pay gap is due to discrimination, which is much lower than the activists would say.
Florida actually has a law on the books requiring schools to hold back third-graders who can’t read. One imaginative assemblyman wants to change that.
Now this could be interesting.
President Trump’s use of his Twitter account spurred a lawsuit, wanting him to unblock critics of his on Twitter.
A college professor asked that his journal article be withdrawn after being criticized in academia for writing how colonialism may have benefited colonized countries in the Third World.