Apparently, according to one music education adjunct professor at New York University, ‘Eurocentric’ music education is a ‘product of racism.’
That’s what the U. S. Department of Education wants to know.
The old joke is that those who can’t do teach, and Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne has been teaching his brains out.
Marquette University advised its students to not use the word “illegal” when referring to students who are in the country illegally for fear of offending them.
$17 million is a large sum to spend in any context, but to decline on how Dartmouth College will spend it on mental health services call into question the effectiveness of this spending plan.
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.