We lost two sages.
When left-wing students, and faculty, at a left-leaning college think that speech restrictions in the name of sensitivity have gone too far, we should be sensitive.
It’s more rigidly enforced than either of our physical land borders are.
Apparently to some college students in California, historical Spanish mission bell markers are symbols of oppression and should be removed.
A committee at Florida State University voted to remove a statue of Francis Eppes, the grandson of American Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, over the concerns that he was a slave owner.
It usually occurs at liberal events.
The 1776 theme for the school prom may have seemed appropriate, particularly since it is being held at the Constitution Center, but some partygoers didn’t think so.
The former Secretary of Education following the path of his predecessors at the U. S. Department and continuing to propose ineffectual reforms that may backfire on his political constituency.
The Blue and Gray Press, the student newspaper for the University of Mary Washington, saw its printing budget axed by the school administration over alleged environmental concerns, which starkly contrasted with previous statements by administrators on their reporting standards.
After ten hours of discussion and disagreement, UC-Santa Barbara student senators walked out a meeting on whether to pass a boycott-Israel resolution or not to.