It’s one thing for professors to rewrite history but it’s even more annoying when they “amend” current events, and in a newspaper, no less!
An avid pro-Hillary Clinton supporter will now be a fellow at Columbia University for ten months, a fellowship in existence since 1975.
Georgetown University’s law school had a public webpage encouraging students to donate time and money to progressive causes.
On immigration, asylum that is.
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.
A team of researchers made an exhaustive search of movie reviews and found that the reviewers of them were overwhelmingly white and male: Perhaps it was more interesting research than watching the films themselves.
University of Wisconsin-Madison renamed its LGBT center because it may offend the gay community for being too exclusive of other alleged genders.
It’s an intriguing question, particularly given the interchangeability of the NEA and the DNC over the past several decades.