Wake Forest University students and faculty were upset when a comment on a social media post said the phrase “build a wall,” a reference to President Trump’s border wall pledge.
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Much as professors insist that there is no bias in higher education, every survey shows otherwise, like the latest sample from The Wake Forest Review.
Apparently, it’s anti-harassment policies don’t cover conservatives.
The Koch-funded Eudaemonia Institute at Wake Forest University has made it past its first year and college faculty at Wake Forest cannot find a way to derail its mission to study how humans flourish (i.e. the free market).
Interesting, the professor (named Shannon Gilreath) works at Wake Forest’s Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. Yet, Wake Forest students did not agree with the point that hardline interpretations of Islam target homosexuals. Also, Gilreath…
The real test of the bias in academia revolves around who gets admitted to the faculty lounge. “MSNBC television host, award-winning scholar and Wake Forest University alumna Melissa Harris-Perry (‘94) will return this summer to…