As more evidence that universities continue to be obsessed with race and are in thrall with the pursuit of racial “justice” and “equity,” the Board of Directors of California Community Colleges has decided that the…
Topic: University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania’s Carey Law School is under fire, again, over comments made by one of its law professors named Amy Wax. Wax, a tenured faculty member, has a history of making comments and…
A Rhodes Scholar recipient at the University of Pennsylvania saw her scholarship candidacy revoked when the truth rose to the surface: Her life story, as told to the Rhodes committee, was falsified. Mackenzie Fierceton wrote…
The University of Pennsylvania has stayed silent about former vice president Joe Biden and his position with the university after sexual assault allegations surfaced a week ago.
Black History Month leads to some sensitivities, such as cafeteria workers allegedly being told to not serve Southern food to avoid offending students.
The University of Pennsylvania hired a Chief Wellness Officer, the alleged first of its kind in the Ivy League schools, but will not tell what it means.
During the family separation policy uproar the past month, an assistant opinion editorial editor at the University of Pennsylvania compared it to the Holocaust.
Amy Wax, a law professor at the University of Pennsylvania, is now the target of a petition calling for her termination due to comments on law school graduation demographics and African-American law students.
When do tree-hugging students dislike trees? When they’re in Israel.
Two college professors are being dogged for saying that “not all cultures are created equal” and have been criticized for it.