After being suspended for hosting a controversial speaker, University of California-Irvine’s College Republicans had it overturned after public outcry.
UC-Irvine is upset at how free speech works, especially when a controversial speaker named Milo Yiannopoulos makes an appearance on their campus with their permission.
That’s a clever gimmick: UC Irvine College Republicans have plans to distribute baby pacifiers to a student group that has put together a safe space ahead ofBreitbart journalist Milo Yiannopoulos’ upcoming visit tonight to campus, Breitbart reports. Photo…
Good reporting by Campus Reform: Although Gillman [UCI chancellor] denies the existence of a widespread problem with anti-Semitism on his campus, public records reaching as far back as 2001 list multiple incidents dealing with anti-Semitism….
The University of California system is supposed to protect students and employees from anti-Semitism, so what’s up with you, Cal-Irvine?
Sounds like a harrowing experience for a female student who happened to be trapped among the throng of protesting students who demanded entry to the private movie screening.
A vice provost for the university sent an e-mail out blasting the upcoming appearance of the controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulos, but an English instructor wondered why there was no similar outrage directed at an anti-Zionist week at the university.
The pro-Palestinian group Students for Justice in Palestine decided that they should mock Zionism (and Israel) by scheduling their anti-Zionism week with Holocaust Remembrance Day. Not classy, guys
Pulling a fire alarm to stop an anti-politically correct documentary is a classless and illegal move: Forty minutes into a University of California-Irvine screening of the documentary Can We Take a Joke? – which explores…
Yet they only have 200 signatures to boot: The Black Student Union at the University of California, Irvine has called for the abolition of the campus police department, calling the very idea of policing “unethical.”…