Under the Biden administration, there has been a re-emergence of labor strikes and settlement of labor disputes in favor of labor unions. The most recent example is an announcement by the National Labor Relations Board…
The Ascent of the Crybully in Campus Anti-Israel Activism
As woke activists who are part of the cognitive war against Israel continue their campaign of slanders against the Jewish state, a curious thing has taken place: the self-righteous moral scolds who choose to relentlessly…
Chauvin trial outcome pleases left-wing higher education figures
The end of the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was met with cheers, jubilation, and celebration as racial injustice activists and other figures claimed it was a moment of vindication. Chauvin was…
USC offers course on how to be a social media influencer
The University of Southern California (USC) offers a college course on training to become a social media influencer, or a paid spokesperson on social media. NBC News profiled class members and highlighted how the influencer…
Public Affairs Diversity Alliance Announced
Six universities announced a public affairs diversity alliance, which is meant to mentor students to become faculty members in public affairs departments.
USC Removes Business School Dean for Diversity Reasons
Guilty until proven innocent? The removal of a college dean at USC has led to many questions, but few answers from the administration.
USC Celebrated ‘Body Love Month,’ which includes Events on Makeup Classes for Transgenders
A USC-sponsored event covered the month of October, which was designated ‘Body Love Month,’ and included activities such as a makeup class for transgender or non-binary people.
USC Reverses Journalist Ban during School President Search Hearing Sessions
The University of Southern California (USC) initially banned reporters from covering a three-session forum on selecting a new university president.
Academics Find Conservatives Have Purpose In Life
And they’re scratching their heads trying to figure out why.
Progressive Professors Testify To Free Speech Crisis
On May 22, 2018, the U. S. House of Representatives Government Reform and Oversight Committee examined the free speech crisis on college campuses. Since few universities do not receive federal funding, their interest is not inconsequential.