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Tutors claim to find gender bias in SAT questions

SAT tutors reportedly believe that the college aptitude test has a gender bias because of one math question and one verbal passage on this year’s exam, but The College Board denies it, saying it has observed no gender-based differences in scores.

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Leftist students to protest at GOP Convention

"There is a growing tide of anger in the country, directed against Trump and the reactionary, anti-people agenda of the Republican Party."

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UNC admits it could ‘revisit’ Bias Response Team after national criticism

The University of Northern Colorado has admitted to mishandling reports of bias incidents after receiving national criticism for clear censorship of alternative views.

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UPDATE: UNC hides anti-golfing guidelines

UNC has password protected its microaggressions guidelines after Campus Reform reported on them last Friday.

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Prof claims Brexit motivated by racism

A women’s studies professor at Rutgers University says that white racism is to blame for the United Kingdom voting to leave the European Union in a referendum last week.

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Democrats call for mandatory sentences following Stanford case

As Brock Turner prepares to spend six months behind bars, California lawmakers are pushing to expand the state’s definition of rape and establish a strict mandatory sentence for those who are convicted.

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NOW honors 'mattress girl' with Woman of Courage Award

Sulkowicz is best known for her thesis art project at Columbia University, titled “Carry That Weight.” The project involved carrying a mattress around campus for a year. According to Sulkowicz, the weight of the mattress symbolized the weight she had been carrying since she was allegedly raped in her dorm room during her sophomore year.

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The Weekly Roundup: Not one more word, or we’ll bias-report you!

Seeking out diversity can be a fine thing, but there’s no need to be racist about it.

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Mizzou removes inclusivity guide following heat from Hindus

After receiving pressure from a Hindu statesman earlier this week, the University of Missouri has removed its “Inclusive Terminology Guide.”

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Professor compares transgender bathrooms to 1960’s segregation

A professor at the University of Mississippi has compared the bathroom wars to the racial integration struggles of the 1960s as the school grapples with how to make its campus more accessible to transgender students.

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OU Trustees worry college-level high school courses create inequality

Some members of the Ohio University Board of Trustees say a college credit program for high schoolers creates inequality among students and “could hinder students’ overall education.”

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U of I adds 'US minorities' course requirement following frat party

The University of Illinois is requiring students to take classes on minority culture in an effort to address tensions caused by a recent “cultural appropriation” incident and pro-Trump chalkings.

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Affirmative action 'a compelling government interest,' academic groups say

Several academic associations representing thousands of top private and public colleges are enthusiastically endorsing Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling upholding affirmative action.

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Georgetown still atoning for 1838 slave sale

After months of student protests, Georgetown University has announced plans to “make amends” for an 1838 slave sale based on ideas crafted by a Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation.

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UNC claims Christmas vacations, golf outings are microaggressions

To help staff members avoid microaggressions, the University of North Carolina advises gender-neutral dress codes and avoiding phrases like “husband/boyfriend.”

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Faith-based schools in CA could be sued for their beliefs, college prez warns

The president of William Jessup University claims that a bill pending in the California legislature would have a “devastating” impact on religious colleges by violating their religious liberty.

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UA to offer master's degree in 'Transgender Studies'

The University of Arizona hopes to kick off the fall 2017 semester by offering a master’s degree in transgender studies.

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History prof claims 'white rage' made Reagan target blacks by cutting gov

Emory University history professor Carol Anderson condemned white elites and politicians, and Ronald Reagan in particular, for dismantling the progress of the black community.

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Colby College logs absurd bias incidents on website

The catalog of bias incidents includes a taunt hurled at a referee and the use of the phrase "on the other hand."

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UCI overturns CR suspension following outrage

The University of California, Irvine has revoked its suspension of the school’s College Republican chapter after facing national criticism from both liberals and conservatives alike.

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Supreme Court upholds affirmative action for college admissions

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of allowing the University of Texas, Austin to consider an applicant’s race during the admissions process in a 4-3 decision Thursday.

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Bias Response Team investigated prof's for discussing conflicting opinions

The University of Northern Colorado’s Bias Response Team allowed students to censor free speech during a debate that “triggered them” as an “attack on their identity.”

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TX congressman wants to force colleges to enroll illegals

A U.S. congressman has introduced two bills that would make it easier for illegal immigrant students to attend college.

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UCI Dems stand with CRs after suspension for hosting Milo

"While we disagree with the College Republicans on a range of issues..."

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San Diego launches free community college program

"The non-tuition costs of attending college, including living expenses, are larger than the costs of tuition and fees for most students."

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Muslim prof who advocated cutting off hands of thieves still teaching

A Muslim professor in Florida is still teaching despite endorsing the Sharia law practice of cutting off the hands of thieves during a recent panel discussion.

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Dem sit-in ‘like college kids taking over a campus,’ C-SPAN caller says

"There are ways of having civil protest,” explained the caller. “But it does not have a place on the floor of the House."

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Conservative senator escapes harassment charge over Hooters joke

Colorado State University (CSU) Student Senator Juan Caro was found “not responsible” for a sexual harassment violation, ending a six-month investigation into whether a joke he made about Hooters merited the charge.

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VIDEO: Young people shocked by Hillary's infamous quotes

“Which candidate made a joke about colored people time saying that black people are always late?”

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UC Berkeley, CAIR label conservative outlets part of 'US Islamophobia Network'

The University of California, Berkeley and a national Islamic organization have identified Fox News, National Review, and The Rush Limbaugh Show as elements of the “U.S. Islamophobia Network.”

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UCI attempts to walk back CR suspension following outrage

The University of California, Irvine College Republicans chapter is challenging its administration on the grounds that it exploited a technicality to oust conservative voices from campus.

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Mizzou president claims protests, censure were predictable

The University of Missouri system’s president is optimistic for the school’s future despite declining enrollment and a campus climate that promotes racial animosity and professional censure, insisting that today's college students are not "coddled."

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College Republicans suspended by UC Irvine after hosting Milo

The University of California, Irvine has suspended its College Republicans chapter for an entire year after the group hosted controversial conservative pundit Milo Yiannopoulos.

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Keeping union jobs worth $50M, protesters tell Eastern Michigan

Protesters assembled at an Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents meeting Tuesday, demanding that the university forsake $50 million to keep its food service unionized.

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Pitt inclusion guide: correct English is a social construct

"Misgendering someone is disrespectful and dismissive."

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Another prof. blames Christians for Orlando shooting

"[A]ll of this could have been prevented if the United States had stricter gun regulations including background checks."

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Toledo to require diversity training, 'supplement' minority faculty salaries

The University of Toledo (UT) will soon be requiring diversity training for all students and staff, as well as increasing salaries for minority professors.

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Texas A&M shows that affirmative action isn't necessary

While the University of Texas awaits a Supreme Court ruling on its affirmative action policies, Texas A&M is quietly increasing its diversity by focusing on low-income scholarships and minority recruitment programs instead.

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Protesters kicked off campus for flying Mississippi state flag

Protesters at the University of Southern Mississippi were asked to remove the state flag from their vehicle even though school regulations allow demonstrators to carry the flag on campus.

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LA City College hosts transgender career fair

A government-funded career fair for transgender workers was held on the Los Angeles City College (LACC) campus Monday.

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AAUP conference emphasizes flag burning, white fragility, social justice

Professors at a recent academic conference discussed burning the American flag and other methods of promoting social justice on campus.

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CA bill would restrict religious rights of Christian colleges

A California bill intended to protect LGBT people from discrimination in colleges could also deprive as many as 42 Christian colleges of their First Amendment rights.

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AAUP condemns lack of academic freedom at Mizzou

This comes after an investigation launched by the AAUP in March found that Melissa Click was fired because of political pressure, largely because of the state legislature.

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Robert Reich takes aim at Trump in blog posts

A University of California, Berkeley professor recently outlined the reasons why Republicans “must dump Trump” in his blog, simultaneously thanking Bernie Sanders for “igniting a movement” in favor of progressive government.

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Mizzou 'Inclusive Terminology' guide calls 'Oriental,' 'urban' offensive terms

In an effort to increase discussion about diversity and inclusion, the University of Missouri compiled a language guide to help students avoid stereotypes.

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Liberty University prof derides 'pretend gun-free zones' on campuses

A Liberty University professor shared his perspective on the national conversation about concealed carry laws on college campuses.

Morgan Walker Jun 20, 2016 at
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Mizzou protesters to be honored with ESPY award

The Mizzou football team will be honored with an ESPY during this year’s ESPN award ceremony, but not for its performance on the field.

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