Wake Forest University students and faculty were upset when a comment on a social media post said the phrase “build a wall,” a reference to President Trump’s border wall pledge.
Topic: political correctness
The marketing campaign for the University of Wyoming was a resounding financial success, contrary to the complaints of some professors who said the phrase, “The World Needs More Cowboys,” was sexist.
A ‘Hawaiian Day’ themed-party was deemed inappropriate by University of South Dakota law school administrators, which meant that the theme was changed to ‘Beach Day.’
The phrase ‘illegal immigrant’ was allegedly disapproved of by an Ohio State University professor, per a student’s claim.
A Pennsylvania high school may have its mascot changed from the “Redskins” to another name, which decision will be decided by the state’s Human Relations Commission.
Princeton University a capella Group Stops Singing Disney Song after Criticism
A comedian from the Saturday Night Live show saw his comedy act cut short by his student hosts after he made a joke, which apparently offended his audience.
Marquette University advised its students to not use the word “illegal” when referring to students who are in the country illegally for fear of offending them.
The Crusader mascot for a Catholic college will be replaced due to protests by members of the student body, who claim the knight image offends them due to the history of the Crusades.
A college department felt that bows and wrappings for Christmas parties were not neutral enough, and encouraged employees to call parties a “winter celebration.”