The National Football League, which has pledged $89 million to social justice causes to placate its players, is partnering with the historical college Morehouse College to host a “Advocacy in Sport” workshop in February 2017.
A college department felt that bows and wrappings for Christmas parties were not neutral enough, and encouraged employees to call parties a “winter celebration.”
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has cancelled its six-week “Men’s Project,” which aimed to fight back against masculinity and its allegedly harmful effects.
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) is upset at apparent attempts by the Trump Administration to change the vocabulary of federal employees, such as doctors and staff at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Academics have been offering excuses for not teaching the founders for decades. Perhaps it is not because the framers are irrelevant and dated but because they are all too eerily relevant.
Evergreen State College professor of feminism and queer theory, Naima Lowe, resigned after a video surfaced of her criticizing her colleagues using choice language. She will receive a $240,000 settlement, as a part of her resignation.
At San Diego State University, there were 46 liberal-leaning speakers, 5 conservatives and 12 unaffiliated speakers during the 2016-2017 academic year.
In one sentence, my predecessor at Accuracy in Academia describes the metamorphosis of the legendary federal government agency and shows why it may soon be a career target for gender studies majors.
A pair of progressive professors who have escaped its confines describe what drove Evergreen College to the brink of disaster.
A magazine called Everyday Feminism may have provided one