Georgetown University has hired former FBI special agent Peter Strzok as an adjunct professor in its undergraduate program. Strzok was the agent at the center of a series of anti-Trump text messages sent between himself…
A progressive online website published a video of George Washington University students who strongly disagreed with President Trump’s executive order on anti-Semitism. One of the students made a statement which apparently denied that the Holocaust happened.
Another day, another debunked liberal study. This time, graduate students debunk a study that claimed Trump rallies led to an increase in hate crimes.
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) promoted its upcoming anti-Trump art exhibit, which features the anti-Trump “pussyhat” yarn hats and other anti-Trump crafts.
An anti-Trump organization, PEN America, wrote a recent opinion editorial which criticized bans on “free speech zones” in Texas and Alabama and defended the “heckler’s veto.”
A recent poll of presidential scholars in academia showed their anti-Trump biases, where they ranked President Trump at the bottom of leadership and diversity and inclusion categories among the fourteen modern U.S. presidents.
A pro-socialist professor at The New School in New York City, New York, compared President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from a United Nations arms agreement is eerily similar to Adolf Hitler’s withdrawal from the League of Nations.
A Middle Tennessee State University professor was a guest speaker at Belmont University in Tennessee, and apparently went off-script and criticized President Trump and played music with vulgar language.
A Harvard Law professor criticized President Trump, calling him a “national emergency” due to the president’s immigration rhetoric.
An anti-Trump art exhibit is going to make its rounds at public universities, and its first stop was the University of Utah.