Though her tweet was sent in March, it only recently gained media attention. News outlets picked up on her statement following her presentation at an “Understanding Conflict” conference at the University of Bath in England this June.
"People were not criticizing you because you're a woman. They were criticizing you because what you said was completely inane.”
In a July 29th statement, Huddleston said that he was “troubled” by the guide and found it “offensive.” He went on to clarify that the “only UNH policy on speech is that it is free and unfettered on our campuses.”
"The tone and content of some of the responses I received this week have convinced me that it is in the best interest of UAF to return the Mississippi flag to the Circle of Flags, but I do so reluctantly."
“American,” “illegal alien,” “foreigners,” “mothering,” and “fathering” are just a handful of words deemed “problematic” by the University of New Hampshire’s Bias-Free Language Guide.
"In order to challenge racism and dismantle white supremacy, white people need to unlearn racism and discover the ways we enact white privilege."
The standard application for employment on the website requires numerous details pertaining to political affiliation and other demographics that would be illegal for employers to inquire about in the United States.
The Obama Administration admitted Tuesday to knowing about reporter Sabrina Erdley’s now-infamous Rolling Stone University of Virginia (UVA) rape story months before publication and assisting her research.
"[T]hey fuel a race baiting, evil, proto-Hitlerite by treating him as buffoon."
The university has also recently rolled out an “InclusionVT” initiative aimed at promoting and increasing inclusion on campus.
Rolling Stone has confirmed through court documents that Emily Renda, a White House sexual assault adviser and university employee, introduced “Jackie,” the focal point of Rolling Stone’s gang rape exposé, to reporter Sabrina Rubin Erdely.
"I probably should have not done that."
"To address white power is to look evil in the eye and to challenge everything this country has stood for in the last 250 years."
A major donor and trustee of the Ohio University foundation has faced sharp criticism recently after suggesting that the school “[play] the race card” to disparage opposition to moving the university president and his wife off campus.
Students at several New Jersey colleges will now be funding genital reconstructive surgery and other sex reassignment benefits through a new university-backed healthcare package
She also took a jab at Walker’s lack of a college degree by tweeting, “My 5 year old just busted out with ‘Scott Walker Needs to go to college to get some more knowledge!’ Whoa. She’s way ahead.”
Blacks who fall for the allure of the American Dream are perpetuating racism, according to one University of Colorado-Colorado Springs professor.
Religious colleges and universities nationwide are taking a variety of approaches to respond to the U.S. Supreme Court’s nationwide legalization of same-sex marriage.
Benjamin Tillman founded Clemson University and served as South Carolina's governor and a U.S. senator. But he also championed white supremacy...
They'll be working on social justice and healthcare access.
On July 7th, the day the student intended to start the 72 hour countdown to either raise funds or get her scheduled abortion, the website instead turned into an advertisement for "Strange Animals."
According to the grant, the “project aligns with the National Science Foundation’s goal to promote a more diverse engineering workforce by promoting LGBTQ...equality in engineering."
Jesuit Fordham University will apparently take no action regarding the gay marriage of Dr. Patrick Hornbeck, the chair of the school’s theology department.
The former Maryland governor promised a “five-year plan” for a debt-free college education at a New Hampshire campaign stop yesterday.
The statue may be named “Silent Sam,” but the graffiti vandals sprayed on it was anything but quiet.
When Rabb attended Yale and lived in Calhoun College, the building had a stained glass window portraying the namesake standing above a black slave.
A coalition of free speech and education-related organizations has condemned a recent decision by Crafton Hills College administrators to add trigger warnings--statements which provide notice of potentially upsetting material--to course syllabi in response to one student’s complaints.
"If someone finds out that you [like BDSM] and thinks, ‘You don’t look like the kind of person that would do that’ — that’s the point."
Curse words and a ribald sense of humor could leave you looking for a new job, but if you stick to ranting against Republicans or threatening Christian students with failing grades, you’re likely to be OK.
"If same-sex marriage is really the law of the land, if it's really constitutionally required, isn't there a risk that accrediting bodies are going to start pressuring religious colleges to recognize same-sex marriages for all purposes on their campuses as a condition of accreditation?"
Dr. Juan Cole, a professor of history at the University of Michigan, thinks that Islamophobia and right-wing Jews inspired Dylann Roof in the recent Charleston church massacre.