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by | Jan 17, 2023

Earlier this month, Gov. Ron DeSantis set off alarm bells in academia by requesting an accounting of expenditures related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and critical race theory (CRT) in Florida’s public universities. For years, Republicans have been asleep…

by | Jul 12, 2022

The enactment of new restrictions on abortion has led many prospective and current college students to decry their inability to have intercourse with random strangers free of consequences.  According to an article from Reuters, a number of students have stated…

by | Apr 25, 2022

The Eta Sigma Gamma chapter at Central Michigan University co-hosted an event with Planned Parenthood April 11 where students were instructed on “toy care” and how to use sexual lubricants, according to the university’s student media company, Central Michigan Life….

by | Mar 29, 2022

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced Monday that it will again require applicants to submit an SAT or ACT score. It had paused the requirement during the pandemic, as did the vast majority of colleges, citing difficulties for students in…

by | Mar 15, 2022

After a one-year absence and another year with only the most spare and (literally) antiseptic iteration in history, March Madness is back this spring in all its pomp and glory. Multiple sites, pep bands, fans, cheerleaders, a Final Four in…

by | Aug 27, 2020

This week, many college students and professors will begin classroom instruction for the first time since March. One Syracuse University professor, however, has already been asked to leave campus for his rhetoric regarding COVID-19 on a class syllabus.  Distinguished Professor…

by | Aug 6, 2020

When college students arrive for the start of the fall semester, they are usually greeted by lectures spewing that “whiteness” is oppressive, that we must refer to people by their incorrect pronouns, and that abortion is a gift to children….

by | Jul 27, 2020

“Well, you know I’m graduating this semester. This may be the last time I see you. Thanks for everything. I’m going to miss this class and everyone.” So said one of my students, Ashley, somberly at the end of class. Typically, that’s…

by | Jul 8, 2020

Universities around the country, including my own, have been in a state of panicked indecision for the past four months, trying to balance the contradictory demands of students, faculty, and their own bottom line as the fall semester approaches. The…

by | Mar 27, 2019

“Does Candidate #1659-R-18 play the tuba? There’s an urgent note here from the band director. They’re one brass instrument short…”

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