As difficult as it is to believe that someone on a contemporary university campus could be so socially tone-deaf that they would publicly utter an ethnic slur, professors do regularly find themselves the target of…
In April, the Hammer Museum at the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) promoted an online concert that featured Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, but it curiously omitted Cullors’s Black Lives Matter connection. Cullors, whose…
A guest speaker’s alleged anti-Semitic remarks sparked an investigation at UCLA, but it appears that the guest speaker has a history of spreading anti-Zionist rhetoric on social media.
UCLA has stalled a public records request for over 391 days, related to a visit to the campus by the Trump Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. What is there to hide?
What’s the difference between being a resident activist at UCLA and a student there? The activists get paid.
It takes some effort to be to the left of California these days, and even more to be port side of Los Angeles.
For new hires, or professors seeking promotions, UCLA is requiring them to write a ‘diversity creed’ in their application.
UCLA is paying its students $13 an hour to promote “social injustices,” which costs $42,000 a year and comes from mandatory student funds.
It’s a tantalizing question.
Or, as the old song goes, nice work if you can get it.