After being suspended for hosting a controversial speaker, University of California-Irvine’s College Republicans had it overturned after public outcry.
Topic: University of California
Political correctness running amok! They also blame guns for the Orlando nightclub shooting, but ignore how the Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, was self-radicalized and pledged loyalty to the Islamic State.
This is a bit confusing if you take the name at face value.
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….
Editor’s Note: This discussion occurred at CSU-LA, not UCLA as was previously published. We apologize for the error. At a “healing space” discussion, Cal-State Los Angeles President William Covino said, “I would never” invite a…
The University of California system is supposed to protect students and employees from anti-Semitism, so what’s up with you, Cal-Irvine?
$25 million for three years is not chump change, students: “The editorial board of The Daily Bruin, UCLA’s student newspaper, argued in an editorial Monday that the decision—announced last week by UC system President Janet Napolitano—is not an adequate long term solution because it is set to expire in 2019.”
The College Fix has more on the subject: “For years, students at the University of California Santa Cruz have used the school’s bias reporting system to alert campus leaders that their feelings have been hurt or they have been called mean names by peers – complaints then probed by administrators.”
From the College Fix: “The English Reading Room at California State University Northridge is undergoing a facelift in the name of diversity.”
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.