Mal Kline comes up with some tongue-in-cheek conversation starters to use with progressive and liberal professors.
A satirical bake sale was shut down at Regis University because the administration said that organizers didn’t follow the rules of organizing a table and that the bake sale was discriminatory in pricing.
A Tulane University student is in hot water with some of his peers because of a satirical tourism video on Latin America, where he referred to Taco Bell and other stereotypes. Of course, some took offense at the video.
A great parody video from Reason (also, NSFW language):
The Promethean faced an investigation from the university administration over their satirical edition for April Fool’s Day until this week, when the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) said they would back a lawsuit…
Now a university in Michigan can punish students for free speech? Although the jokes and humor are not ‘clean’ by any stretch of the imagination, it is still free speech.
The piece was published by Salon, so take it with a grain of salt: Sophia McClennen, a professor of international affairs and comparative literature at Pennsylvania State University, recently sounded off on why she believes Stephen Colbert’s…