Mask and vaccine mandates are controversial, but the controversy did not deter many colleges and universities from imposing a mask mandate, vaccine mandate, or both, for the 2021-2022 school year. Ivy League universities, public and…
Higher education is not only being battered by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on student enrollment and revenue, but also from admissions scandals at elite institutions. Add the University of California-Berkeley and the University…
With many higher education institutions announcing online or virtual instruction this upcoming fall semester, college students and parents urged institutions to slash tuition to make up for the loss of in-class instruction. While several notable…
University of California-Berkeley was under fire for publishing a social media post about the coronavirus, which said that it was “normal” to have a xenophobic reaction to coronavirus news.
Due to a data submission error, the University of California-Berkeley was taken off the number two spot in the 2019 college rankings issued by U.S. News.
The newly-installed social science dean at Cal-Berkeley once claimed conservatives are sexist during a 2017 lecture. So much for political neutrality and fairness in the social sciences department at the university.
A law dean at the University of California-Berkeley criticized a recent pro-life bill that was signed into law, saying that it was unconstitutional and he was concerned that conservative justices would overturn Roe v. Wade.
Apparently, liberal students at the University of California-Berkeley want to establish a so-called “sanctuary dorm hall” even when the campus is a “sanctuary campus.” In other words, these students want to create a sanctuary from immigration authorities in a dormitory hall while the entire campus is a sanctuary campus.
Students at the University of California-Berkeley were upset when campus police officers tried to take a taser away from a student, but the student resisted, despite the fact that tasers are banned on the campus.
A history professor at University of California-Berkeley claimed student evaluations of professors are biased against women and minority instructors.