An avid pro-Hillary Clinton supporter will now be a fellow at Columbia University for ten months, a fellowship in existence since 1975.
Topic: Accuracy in Academia
Georgetown University’s law school had a public webpage encouraging students to donate time and money to progressive causes.
Harvard’s medical school removed portraits of previous department chairs, who were white men, out of concern that these portraits would offend students.
Indiana University, located in Bloomington, Indiana (a red state), only hosted four conservative speakers during the last academic year.
Hobart and William Smith Colleges offers a course which alleges masculinity is “problematic” for society.
University of Wisconsin-Madison renamed its LGBT center because it may offend the gay community for being too exclusive of other alleged genders.
Marquette University outlines how students can “evangelize” but not “proselyte” on their college campus, which is a Catholic higher education institution.
A Marquette University professor recounted, in a diary, of the ‘barrage of microaggressions’ she goes through in order to deal with her ‘whiteness.’
Barnard College rejects petition that criticized it for a “Eurocentric” English major at the women-only college.
Professor Mark Perry at the University of Michigan concluded, after analyzing data from the university, that the university pays $11 million for 93 diversity staffers.