At the University of Iowa, students, staff and faculty members protested the university’s campus reopening plans last Wednesday because they disagreed with in-person classes. The protest involved staff and faculty striking and not conducting work…
Topic: University of Iowa
Student protesters disrupted an Iowa Board of Regents meeting, demanding for tuition freezes and increased university funding, which forced board members to adjourn early due to the disruptive protests.
Some emotionally-sensitive students at University of Iowa created a social media hashtag campaign to rant about how their university does not love them.
A Christian student group at the University of Iowa won a lawsuit against the university over unfair standards applied to them, but not other student groups.
The University of Iowa revoked the official status of a Christian student club, the Business Leaders in Christ, after it declined to promote an openly gay member to its leadership. The student group said it…
When the University of Iowa sent a Christian student group off campus, they may not have reckoned that the exiles would complain, much less go to court.
It turns out that what feminists are calling “benevolent sexism” is what we used to call chivalry and it may not be something they want to stamp out.
For one thing, it tells what a group is.
Surprise! Taxpayer dollars went to fund a three-day white privilege event at the University of Iowa.
Huh? So does this mean that social justice graduates can go and instigate protests armed with cameras, smartphones and megaphones?