A conservative Christian group was denied recognition by the California state system because they wanted to elect Christian leaders. Not a joke because this is serious business.
Topic: Campus Reform
Associate professor of anthropology, Beverley Smith, blasted Christopher Columbus and put up a “wanted” poster in the program’s faculty board. That sounds like a fair take, right?
At the University of Miami, Donna Shalala, a Clinton cabinet secretary and that university’s president, tried to block female students from organizing a conservative club on-campus. She is tapped to head the Clinton Foundation.
As the Campus Reform reported: “As the University of Virginia announced a plan to increase tuition by 11 percent—one of the highest increases in the country—the public university locked students out of the library where…
Selective outrage, considering that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) is a federal law and there are 19 states other than Indiana that have these RFRA laws on the books.
At Santa Barbara City College, an art display of a teepee was deemed offensive by local Native American students. So, the display was pulled.
It feels hollow that students, who don’t have kids, are making fun of students that do choose to raise kids. It may have been a joke, but to run it in a school newspaper? Classless.
Apparently, extremist means conservatives to this political science professor, Chris Hamilton, at Washburn University in Kansas.
Pro-abortion activists are enraged by the move, where the University of Scranton nixed abortion coverage in their employees’ health insurance plans.
An instructional assistant professor at the University of Houston, Cyrus Contractor, apologized for sending a mock letter of the GOP’s open letter to Iran via e-mail to his students.