Campus Reform rounded up five of the most outrageous instances...
"Voicing of perspectives...without social penalty is integral to a healthy society"
“It produces organizational dysfunction...”
"It looks like policy. It is NOT policy."
Earned badges do not carry any college credit.
"Teaching as an act of social justice"
“He’s been standing up for his First Amendment rights every day since"
“The university has at no point issued any evidence"
"Institutions have a responsibility not only to promote a lively and fearless freedom of debate...but also to protect that freedom..."
"When diverse faculty members teach underrepresented students, these students achieve at significantly higher rates."
Both the AMCHA director and the student group believe that this is a matter of academic freedom.
"We will not rest..."
"Both agencies use similar tactics"
The course will cover topics such as “transcendental primitivism,” “modernist orientalism,” “chocolate women on the edge..."
"Don't like his content? Skip the speech."
"This fails to pass Constitutional muster"
“Doing [yoga] for the physical reasons is okay…but not using it as a cultural tool.”
“Most colleges impose burdensome conditions..."
An extensive Campus Reform investigation found several contradictions.
He contrasted the protests at UNC with the uprising experienced at his own former institution, Evergreen State.
"People just don’t say that people made terroristic threats..."
"Students and faculty members should feel freer..."