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Course teaches educators to infuse social justice into classes

Penn State York is now offering a week-long "Social Justice and Education" course to teach educators, counselors, and social workers to employ a “culturally responsive lens” in the classroom.

Dan Jackson Jun 14, 2017 at
4:19 PM EDT
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Duke lecturer still working after arrest for assaulting cop

A Duke University lecturer is still working despite his arrest for assaulting a police officer during a political protest.

Justin Caruso Jun 14, 2017 at
3:12 PM EDT
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Evergreen prez now 'immensely disappointed' by protests

The president of Evergreen State College has rebuked student protesters for shutting down a professor's classes, but not for holding admins hostage.

Adam Sabes Jun 14, 2017 at
2:01 PM EDT
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Prof urges students to 'finish off' anti-Sharia protesters

A Syracuse University professor recently urged students and colleagues to help “finish...off” the “fascists” who were demonstrating against Sharia law.

Neetu Chandak Jun 14, 2017 at
11:36 AM EDT
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'Trust your gut' to identify 'bias,' student gov recommends

The UMN student government is advising students who “feel like” they have encountered “bias” to “trust your gut” and file a bias report.

Anthony Gockowski Jun 14, 2017 at
8:24 AM EDT
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Pro-life students compel Kutztown to drop speech restrictions

Kutztown University has agreed to stop censoring student speech based on “content” after an employee was caught erasing pro-life chalk messages.

Dan Jackson Jun 13, 2017 at
3:42 PM EDT
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Free expression bill goes to LA governor's desk

"If you can't express your views at colleges, that is troubling."

Adam Sabes Jun 13, 2017 at
2:20 PM EDT
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Murray demands 'suspension or expulsion' of Middlebury rioters

Charles Murray is demanding the “suspension or expulsion” of the Middlebury College students who participated in violent riots during his recent visit to campus.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 13, 2017 at
1:40 PM EDT
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Dems rake in 90 percent of Evergreen State political donations

Election data shows that Evergreen State College employees have donated overwhelmingly to Democrats in every election cycle for the past two decades.

Anthony Gockowski Jun 13, 2017 at
11:43 AM EDT
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University serves up soaring 'safe space' pledge

"It is our responsibility to intervene, safely, in situations where discrimination has occurred."

Anthony Gockowski Jun 13, 2017 at
8:02 AM EDT
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Students accuse Weinstein of hiding behind Jewishness

"[He] has highlighted some of the ways that liberal racism functions."

Adam Sabes Jun 12, 2017 at
5:01 PM EDT
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'Safe Space Committee' works to challenge 'heterosexism'

"[A] community that is open, safe, and accepting to all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning people and allies..."

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 12, 2017 at
2:12 PM EDT
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Prof: Internet is racist because of users, search engines

"[I]n the offline world, is called systemic, structural racism."

Dan Jackson Jun 12, 2017 at
2:01 PM EDT
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Evergreen faculty, students come out in support of Weinstein

"It is about a collection of professors that are so blinded by their advocacy that they cannot fathom different viewpoints."

Anthony Gockowski Jun 12, 2017 at
11:59 AM EDT
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Group demands University of Chicago pay slavery reparations

"White progressives, liberals, and centrists are all absolutely befuddled."

Justin Caruso Jun 12, 2017 at
11:19 AM EDT
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Murray: postmodernism, Trump to blame for left's campus anger

"The election of Donald Trump aroused a great deal of anger throughout the left, and especially in academia."

Toni Airaksinen Jun 12, 2017 at
9:42 AM EDT
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Lawyers back move to transfer programs to Maryland HBCUs

"Serious constitutional violations may require serious costs."

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 12, 2017 at
9:36 AM EDT
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'Negative diversity comments' reported for bias at Penn State

The published report, however, does not define or elaborate on the term "negative diversity comments."

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 09, 2017 at
1:32 PM EDT
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Rutgers to host college fair for illegal immigrants

"Individual legal screenings and referrals will be provided on a first come, first served basis."

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 09, 2017 at
12:41 PM EDT
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University to host 'social justice summer camp'

NIU isn't the only school to be hosting this kind of event, either...

Autumn Price Jun 09, 2017 at
11:08 AM EDT
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Prof claims Trump is 'itching for a terrorist attack'

A professor recently suggested that Donald Trump is “itching for a terrorist attack” in the United States in order to boost his popularity.

Anthony Gockowski Jun 09, 2017 at
7:58 AM EDT
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Bryn Mawr offering social-justice boot camp to fight 'privilege'

Incoming freshmen are encouraged to apply for a week-long social justice boot camp to learn how to fight power, privilege, and racism.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 08, 2017 at
2:42 PM EDT
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School cuts climate program days after touting the initiative

The University of Louisville recently decided to suspend its climate program days after touting its commitment “to achieve climate neutrality."

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 08, 2017 at
1:19 PM EDT
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Prof: 'white marble' in artwork contributes to white supremacy

A professor recently argued that appreciation of “white marble” used in classical artwork contributes to “white supremacist ideas today.”

Dan Jackson Jun 08, 2017 at
11:36 AM EDT
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Prof: ‘stress’ of Trump election will change human evolution

A professor recently suggested that the stress caused by Donald Trump’s election to the presidency could bring about an “evolutionary consequence.”

Dan Jackson Jun 08, 2017 at
10:20 AM EDT
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UC to investigate claims Napolitano tampered with audit

The University of California is seeking to probe allegations that its president interfered with a survey of campuses conducted by the state auditor.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 07, 2017 at
3:28 PM EDT
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CMC faculty permits student code violators to graduate

Faculty gives in to exoneration demands of protesters, fearing the standard consequences will bar them entrance to a competitive job market.

Will Gu Jun 07, 2017 at
2:30 PM EDT
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Colleges now teaching social justice to high-schoolers

Colleges across the country are playing host to month-long summer programs that aim to teach high-school students the merits of social justice.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 07, 2017 at
2:19 PM EDT
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Woman pepper-sprayed at Berkeley riot files suit for $23 mil

 A woman who was pepper-sprayed at Berkeley has now sued her school and several other entities for obstructing her First-Amendment rights.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 07, 2017 at
12:38 PM EDT
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Student org says House GOP should be 'guillotined'

The University of Georgia’s “Young Democratic Socialists” club recently suggested that House Republicans should be “guillotined.”

Jeffrey Tomblin Jun 07, 2017 at
10:53 AM EDT
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Prof calls diversity of thought ‘white supremacist bullshit’

Conference-goers discussed topics like being 'slapped into wokeness' and the inherent violence of whiteness.

Justin Caruso Jun 06, 2017 at
1:28 PM EDT
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Students create app to warn about ICE agents on campus

Illegal immigrant students in Georgia have developed a mobile alert service to warn of the presence of immigration enforcement agents on campus.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 06, 2017 at
7:15 PM EDT
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MAP: Growing number of states consider free-speech bills

At least 13 states have now proposed or implemented legislation designed to protect free speech on college campuses.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 06, 2017 at
3:20 PM EDT
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Prof blames Fox for covering anti-Trump commencement speech

A Princeton professor is blaming Fox News for hate mail because it covered a commencement speech in which she called Donald Trump a “megalomaniac."

Campus Reform Staff Jun 06, 2017 at
3:02 PM EDT
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LSU students defend mascot from 'extreme political correctness'

LSU students are rallying around their “Tigers” mascot after an online petition called it a “symbol of white oppression” and demanded its replacement.

Adam Sabes Jun 06, 2017 at
2:19 PM EDT
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Evergreen Trustees condemn 'indefensible' protest tactics

The Evergreen State College Board of Trustees is reproaching the tactics, if not the underlying intent, of the recent student protests on campus.

Peter Van Voorhis Jun 06, 2017 at
11:13 AM EDT
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VIDEO: Young voters to Hillary: stop blaming others for loss

Young voters want Hillary Clinton to “move on” from her recent repudiation, saying she should “stop blaming other people, and take responsibility.”

Cabot Phillips Jun 06, 2017 at
9:46 AM EDT
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EdX no longer 'teaching social justice through mathematics'

High school math teachers are no longer being taught to incorporate “social justice” advocacy into their curricula following an outpouring of ridicule.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 06, 2017 at
7:57 AM EDT
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Insubordination gets a pass on campus

In the military, one salutes "the rank, not the man." If only college students could apply the same principle when dealing with authority figures.

Sterling Beard Jun 05, 2017 at
8:42 PM EDT
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Evergreen prof publicly berated peers on ‘Equity Council’

An Evergreen State College professor was caught on video berating her white peers for being “those motherfuckers that we’re pushing against.”

Anthony Gockowski Jun 05, 2017 at
4:29 PM EDT
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100+ college presidents vow to meet Paris targets on their own

College and university presidents are among those pledging to meet the Paris climate accord targets despite Trump's withdrawal.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 05, 2017 at
3:58 PM EDT
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Profs come out against ‘tragic’ withdrawal from Paris agreement

Several Stanford University professors are calling President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord a “tragic” event of “profound sadness.”

Katie Zehnder Jun 05, 2017 at
3:16 PM EDT
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UC-Davis students demand 'environmental justice' degree

Students are demanding that UC-Davis create an “Environmental Justice” degree program because existing courses are not focused on “social justice.”

Kara Zupkus Jun 05, 2017 at
2:36 PM EDT
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DePaul revises speech policies to promote social justice

DePaul's new guidelines governing “speech and expression” are a Trojan horse for social justice, First Amendment advocates say.

Justin Caruso Jun 05, 2017 at
10:49 AM EDT
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POLL: Majority of profs think Trump will be impeached

While most citizens are evenly-divided on the question, a new poll finds that almost two-thirds of professors expect Donald Trump to be impeached.

Anthony Gockowski Jun 05, 2017 at
9:53 AM EDT
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Students ask UMD to ‘expand the consequences of hate speech’

Students are demanding that the University of Maryland impose harsher punishments for “hate speech” in the wake of a tragedy on campus.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 03, 2017 at
12:52 PM EDT
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Evergreen State faculty publicly praise student thuggery

Evergreen State faculty members are publicly applauding the student protesters who recently held administrators hostage.

Anthony Gockowski Jun 02, 2017 at
7:15 PM EDT
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Alumni challenge Middlebury to embrace intellectual diversity

Middlebury College alums are demanding “safe spaces--for intellectual diversity” after the violent disruption of a Charles Murray lecture.

Dan Jackson Jun 02, 2017 at
3:50 PM EDT
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AAUW tells white feminists to 'confront your privilege'

The American Association of University Women wants white feminists to "confront your privilege" because the movement needs "more non-white leaders."

Toni Airaksinen Jun 02, 2017 at
1:53 PM EDT
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Prof: Ariana Grande has better approach to terror than Mattis

A University of Michigan professor claims pop singer Ariana Grande has a better counterterrorism strategy than Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 02, 2017 at
12:17 PM EDT
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