At Claremont Colleges in southern California, a transgender flag went missing and the Queer Resource Center believed it was a hate crime. But, it was returned a few days later and the center did not comment on who had returned it, saying it was a “misunderstanding.”
The Framers of the United States of America believed property rights is an essential human right, which was what a scholar at the Heritage Foundation noted this past week.
An adjunct lecturer at American University was criticized over insensitive jokes he posted on the social media platform Twitter.
The marketing campaign for the University of Wyoming was a resounding financial success, contrary to the complaints of some professors who said the phrase, “The World Needs More Cowboys,” was sexist.
A transgender professor at the College of Charleston criticized a lesbian former tennis player for comments on how transgender individuals should not participate in women’s sports competitions.
After a college professor compared the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, a Supreme Court justice, to a biblical story, a student reported the professor to the university’s Bias Incident Response Team.
The controversial University of Georgia teaching assistant claimed that he declined to be placed under “permanent probation” and will face the administration in a formal hearing.
Our intern Steven Koskulitz writes about the debate between academics on whether there should be more or less government intervention in higher education.
An economist at a conservative non-profit think tank made the point that free market capitalism are a moral good for American society, contrary to the Left’s rhetoric.
The University of Minnesota is offering a course on Marxism and how it is relevant to today’s society.