From The College Fix: Law professors around the country are frowning upon the university’s finding that one of their peers, School of Law Prof. Nancy Shurtz, committed “discriminatory harassment” by dressing as a black male…
Topic: University of Oregon
Wimp/PC culture exhibit A, per a Washington Post op-ed writer: Among the incidents for which Oregonians sought redress or punishment: ● A poster featuring a “triggering image” displaying “body size” bias. ●Sexually explicit doodles on…
From queer studies and LGBTQIA+ scholarships to gender-free pronouns and special “gender equity” housing, the University of Oregon stands at the forefront of the social revolution to redefine gender. The Office of the Dean of…
It’s officially been changed to ‘Bias Education and Response Team’ after criticism of being too much like a ‘thought police’.
The South Korean-born professor at the University of Oregon, Kyo Ho Youm, is critical of the university’s Bias Response Team because it represses free speech.
The Bias Response Team at the University of Oregon released its bias reporting statistics, where 85 incidents were reported, but only 7 led to discipline. This could mean two things: bias reporting is a waste of time, or bias reporting is a waste of time.
The University of Oregon faces a conundrum: Fire their student workers or reduce their hours? Photo by Wolfram Burner Photo by Wolfram Burner
In the most recent version of their code of ethics, Oregon apparently scrapped due process. But, approval is pending by the university president. Photo by Erik R. Bishoff
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) released a press release detailing this action by the student government in Eugene, Oregon.
Sounds like a good idea, right?