The University of Southern California (USC) initially banned reporters from covering a three-session forum on selecting a new university president.
And they’re scratching their heads trying to figure out why.
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.
A team of researchers made an exhaustive search of movie reviews and found that the reviewers of them were overwhelmingly white and male: Perhaps it was more interesting research than watching the films themselves.
That’s what the U. S. Department of Education wants to know.
But he never entertains the possibility that the education that not only colleges but high schools and universities offer has deteriorated to such an extent that only conservatives know what the First Amendment does.
In the “you have to be kidding me” kind of news, USC students were unhappy at a teepee-like tent on their college campus because it was allegedly ‘culturally appropriating’ the Native American teepee.
A professor at USC came under criticism due to a lecture slide that labeled Israeli ‘zionists’ as ‘terrorists.’ The professor said the slide was taken out of context on how people label their enemies as ‘terrorists.’
University of Southern California professor Charles H.F. Davis defended his recent tweets that slammed President Donald Trump and called for violence to destroy whiteness.
A race hoax took place at USC, where a non-student put up a sign that read, “No Black People Allowed.” The irony is that the person is African-American.