Discriminate to Avoid Discrimination?

The College and University Professional Association for Human Resources recently published a report showing that university administrators are paid based on how "misrepresented" they are. On Minding the Campus.


Protecting Students’ Safety and Speech

"The Campus Free Speech Act protects everyone who comes to campus to share ideas and provides a way for university officials to take responsible action when those ideas are silenced," explains Jonathan Butcher. On See Thru Edu.


Fake Racist Flyers

The Diversity Leadership Council at Gustavus Adolphus College posted fake racist flyers around campus in order to promote "dialogue" about racism.
On National Review.


“Moves of Power, not of Reason”

Youtube channel "We the Internet TV" has created a 12-minute documentary highlighting the free speech issues occurring at Yale. On Intellectual Takeout.


Concealed Handgun Bill

A bill has been proposed in the General Assembly which, if passed, would allow those with a permit to carry a handgun on college campuses in North Carolina.
In The Daily Tar Heel.


Conservative to Speak at ECU

Tomi Lahren, a conservative political commentator at "The Blaze," is scheduled to speak at ECU on April 17th. In WRAL.


Humanities: Published and Unread

A former student of medieval English literature, Thomas J. Craughwell, points out that the majority of publications are both unreadable and excessive. On The American Spectator.


Afraid to Debate

President of Dillard University, Walter M. Kimbrough, values open debate. But after violent protests at Dillard and across the country, he admits that he's afraid to invite controversial speakers. On The Chronicle of Higher Education.


“$67,000 babysitting bill”

Professors at Wellesley College wrote to fellow faculty, urging them to not invite controversial speakers to campus. It's "harmful" because students will have to “invest time and energy in rebutting the speakers’ arguments.” In Fire.


“Tunnel of Oppression”

Until this evening, NC State is hosting an "interactive" experience called the "Tunnel of Oppression." Students are prompted to recognize how they're "privileged" and taught how to recognize "oppression." In the Technician.