In recent news, Stanford University has been embroiled in a controversy involving a lecturer's alleged inappropriate conduct towards Jewish students during a discussion on the Israel-Hamas conflict134. This incident has sparked a wave of concern and debate within the university community and beyond. This blog post aims to
In the realm of contemporary discourse, a new phenomenon has emerged, casting a long and ominous shadow over the landscape of free speech and open dialogue. This phenomenon, known as 'cancel culture,' is the subject of a riveting new book, 'The Canceling of the American Mind.'
Boston University has come under scrutiny for loaning $600,000 to a mysterious trust run by Ibram Kendi’s brother-in-law, Macharia Edmonds12345. Here are the key takeaways from the article: The Loan * Boston University loaned $600,000 to a trust controlled by Ibram Kendi’s brother-in-law, Macharia Edmonds12345. * The loan
A recent study from Brown University has shed light on the unintended consequences of academic leniency, revealing that lowering standards can actually widen achievement gaps between high and low ability students12. This blog post will delve into the details of the study and discuss its key findings. The Study: Unintended
Stephen Kershnar, a philosophy professor at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Fredonia, has been banned from campus after making remarks on sexual consent that stirred controversy1. Kershnar is now suing for the right to return to the campus, claiming that the university violated his First Amendment rights1.
A pro-life college student has faced death threats and harassment from pro-abortion radicals, according to a report by Fox News1. The student, who has not been named, has been the target of a TikTok video that has gone viral, with more than 3 million views1. The video criticizes the student
Coleman Hughes, a writer and podcast host, has accused TED of attempting to suppress his talk on color blindness, which he gave at the annual TED conference in Vancouver, Canada, in April 2023147. Hughes defended color blindness, the idea that people should be treated without regard to race, both in