Students at the University of Michigan forced their way into a board meeting last week with a list of leftist demands.
There was plenty of Ferguson news on campus this week.
- Ferguson Makes its Way into Higher Education
- White Students at U. Missouri Told not to Take Part in Ferguson ‘die-in’ Demonstration
- UC Irvine Offers Students #Ferguson “Grief Counseling”
- Ferguson ‘Reactions’ Discussion at University of Michigan Filled With Mostly White People
- White UCLA Student Lectures Black Cop About Racism
There was also lots of religious news.
- Oklahoma Schools Forced to Scrap Elective Literature Course Focusing on the Bible
- Colorado High School Students Not Allowed to Pray During Free Time
- Georgia Southern University Prof Being Investigated for Teaching Creationism
Which makes this so timely.
Free speech had its ups and downs.
- College That Restricted Student Free Speech Now Under Court Supervision
- FIRE Celebrates Two Victories for Free Speech on Campus in 24 Hours
- Oberlin President Addresses Censorship Trends on Campus
- Member of Student Government at U. Minnesota Compares Pro-Israel Group to KKK
- University’s Non-Muslim Chaplains Resign Over Special Treatment of Muslims
- New Phone App Lets You Report Campus Anti-Semitism Instantly
Democrats and double standards.
- Hillary Clinton Paid $300,000 for Speech at UCLA
- Occidental College Students Got Credits Working for Democrats in the Midterms
Watch out for those microaggressions.
- University of Washington Union Concerned About ‘Microaggressions’ and ‘Bathroom Equity’
- Creating New Victims on Campus With Microaggression
Obama to the rescue. Sort of…
This is not science fiction.
- Syracuse University to Offer Course on Doctor Who
- San Diego State Offers Course Teaching History and Culture Through Star Trek
- Anger about U. Minnesota’s ‘Galactic Fiesta’ really a ploy for ethnic studies funding
Nothing is funny anymore.
It all comes down to this.
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