Twitter is recruiting nine professors to help it create more meaningful dialogue and conversations, and avoid “echo chambers” that may have led to current political divisiveness in American politics.
Perhaps it’s the modern day equivalent of letting the inmates run the asylum.
Donors are now telling California State University-Fresno officials that they are considering withholding their donations if the university does not assuage their concerns over a professor’s social media post, which praised the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush.
A professor at the University of Maryland is suing President Donald Trump because the president blocked the professor on Twitter.
President Trump’s use of his Twitter account spurred a lawsuit, wanting him to unblock critics of his on Twitter.
Pomona College hired a director for their Queer Resource Center, but then fired him after his anti-white, anti-police and anti-heterosexual tweets were made public. The college allegedly knew about these tweets before hiring him.
A college professor at the University of Kansas tweeted that Trump supporters are “deeply invested in white supremacy.” Huh?!
Some college professors tweeted remarks that mocked GOP Rep. Steve Scalise’s stance on gun control after Scalise was nearly killed by a Bernie Sanders-supporting gunman.
A college professor alleged that President Trump is waiting for a terrorist attack to happen.
A school board member posted on Facebook and compared neutralizing President Trump’s Twitter account with Abraham Lincoln’s assassination at Ford’s Theater, which led to the member’s resignation after the news of his comments broke.