Indiana University is letting students opt out of classes by a professor with “vile and stupid” views on gender, sexuality and affirmative action, and subjecting him to double-blind grading so that he can’t tell which student he’s grading.
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As college students across the nation head home for Thanksgiving, they’re armed with the knowledge of how to “decolonize” their holiday.
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Backers of 19th century war for slavery get millions to preserve Silent Sam
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Students at Carnegie Mellon are outraged that their school has a relationship with a company that contracts with ICE.
Artificial intelligence (AI) cameras capable of detecting drivers who are using their mobiles illegally have been activated in Australia.
On campuses across America, professors ridicule and attack the nation’s founding principles.