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.
Topic: political correctness
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.”
San Diego Sate University professors want to abolish the university mascot, the Aztec.
Cries of “cultural appropriation” rang out at Orange Coast College when a ‘Day of the Dead’ theme was used for student club recruitment.
Ten students attended the workshop at the University of Southern Indiana, which warned them about offensive Halloween costumes.
A school district in Canada decided to remove the name “chief” from all job titles, to avoid offending indigenous people.
Punishment for the disruptive student protesters was handed down by Evergreen State, affecting 80 students of 180 protesters identified by administrators.
A college professor asked that his journal article be withdrawn after being criticized in academia for writing how colonialism may have benefited colonized countries in the Third World.
A 10-week semester course at the University of North Carolina will discuss the problems with masculinity.