It seems that the Yale psychiatrist who diagnosed the president without a personal examination may not have a license either.
Topic: Campus Reform
As if the line between political organizing and academic pursuits weren’t blurred enough.
Maybe they should have called it a civil monologue since the other side doesn’t want debate.
Yes, the political faction warning us to be civil seems to want a civil war.
It turns out that university administrators can feel apologetic.
The song line at NC State University, “the winds of Dixie,” could offend minority students, claimed a student op-ed.
According to a college professor in Florida, the Disney film classic “Beauty and the Beast” contains “toxic masculine capitalism.”
Adjunct professors at Cerritos College are unhappy with their low wages and being perceived as inferior by tenured college faculty, known as ‘tenuresplaining.’
Three professors claimed that minority students suffer “psychological harm” due to offensive memorials and monuments, such as the Confederate statues.
At the multicultural office of Providence College, someone had put up a display to stab a “Trumpkin.” The office removed the display after the College Republicans issued a complaint, with the university recognizing it was not…