During the family separation policy uproar the past month, an assistant opinion editorial editor at the University of Pennsylvania compared it to the Holocaust.
A keynote speaker at Princeton’s pre-graduation ceremony gave his speech on resisting the administration, without naming President Trump by name.
The Southern Sociological Society is having their annual conference this year, but the topic is analyzing the Trump presidency from an anti-Trump perspective.
A journal article, written by a professor in Paris, claimed President Trump is an “inaudible” public speaker full of “rambling incoherence.”
Laurence Tribe, an anti-Trump professor at Harvard, will be teaching a course on impeachment in the Trump era and it requires a CV in order to be one of the dozen students in the course.
A political science professor in California has been on sick leave since mid-January 2018 due to her concerns she is in danger, after news of her anti-Trump exam question was made public.
The University of Southern Maine will host a professor to speak about “reproductive justice in the age of Trump,” and was the person to coin the phrase “reproductive justice.”
San Diego State University offers a one-credit course that was originally critical of President Donald Trump, called “Trump: Impeachment, Removal, or Conviction?” But, after public outcry, the university removed “Trump” from the title of the course.
The Left is still bent on removing President Trump from office, and San Diego State is offering a course on how to do so.
Political scientists rank President Donald Trump dead-last among American presidents, but neglected to mention their past statements against many of Trump’s policies in their survey, which calls into question their neutrality in the survey.