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Chinese Students at Cal-San Diego Protest ‘Unreasonable’ Visit by Dalai Lama
From Campus Reform: Not everyone at UCSD welcomed the news, however, according to the Atlantic Mediapublication Quartz, which reports that the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) issued a lengthy statement via social media claiming that it had…
Students Demand University Becomes a “Sanctuary Campus”
This doesn’t sound like a good idea, especially after an American woman was murdered by an illegal immigrant in San Francisco over a year ago and it became front-page news: Students at the University of…
Waste of Taxpayer Dollars? $140,000 to Professor to ‘Facilitate’ Obesity Discussions
Huh?! This is a serious research matter, apparently: Hence, the National Institutes of Health granted Becky Marquez, an assistant professor at the University of California at San Diego, over $143,000 to “to give ‘communication competency’ to…
Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming
Craig Idso, Robert Carter and S. Fred Singer tackled climate change alarmism in the book, “Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming: The NIPCC Report on Scientific Consensus,” published by the Heartland Institute. As much as…
Muslim Students at UC-San Diego Demand Zero Tolerance Policy for Islamophobic Speech
Um, doesn’t that infringe on the Constitution, say, the First Amendment?! Gee whiz, students, read the U.S. Constitution for once.
College Students Demand Catholic Saint be Removed from University Building Names
Saint Junípero Serra is the focus of this latest student demand, denounced as a colonialist by some University of California-San Diego students.
Fisher v. Texas, Take Two
At the Heritage Foundation on the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, two law professors gave a preview of the second Fisher v. Texas decision, which was again before the U.S. Supreme Court. Vanderbilt Law’s own James…
UC San Diego Bails Out Struggling Che Guevara-Inspired Student Cafe
The Che Cafe Collective had to be bailed out by the university.
Trick or Treat: Schools Hoard Endowment Money
Most colleges and universities are quick to push for expanded student aid from taxpayers but forget that age-old maxim: charity begins at home. “Last year, Yale paid about $480 million to private equity fund managers…