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Tag Archives: Race and Universities
“Conservatives” still blame black failure on poor teachers.
Majority says “diversity” is more important than equal protection.
UM Interim President Calls Mizzou Problems Part of Struggle on Race, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Says tuition receipts will drop $30 million due to “grim” freshman enrollment.
Sentence includes 90 days in jail and an $82,000 fine.
ESPN to Honor 2015 Mizzou Football Team, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
. . . for their “activism” opposing “racism.”
And now president announces “a host of new diversity initiatives.
Dartmouth to Spend $145M Promoting Diversity, Inclusion, Campus Reform
College wants to hire 50 new non-white professors in the next four years.
Because “diversity is central to the nature of WSU.”
Foreign Students Seen Cheating More Than Domestic Ones, Wall Street Journal
They are estimated to cheat five times as often as Americans.
“White male” turns out not to be.
“Major English Poets” class “creates a culture that is hostile to students of color.”
A “vibrant” new industry corrupts American system.
If it were up to her, the event would not have taken place.
Even HuffPo is appalled.
University security did nothing to stop “Black Lives Matter” hecklers.
Colleges are also to offer “support services” for students with criminal records.
Are whites waking up?
The Graduating Class of 2016 by the Numbers, Harvard Crimson
Sixty-nine percent of Harvard seniors say they’ve kept quiet in class to avoid offending fellow students.
Students spent too much time protesting police to complete coursework.
Another ‘Racial Attack’ Ruled a Hoax in College Town, American Thinker
No charges files against hoaxer, of course.
More thuggish black behavior.
Another tradition that’s got to go.
Administrators will meet and discuss the matter with student illegals.
What’s in Store for the Class of 2016, US Department of Labor
Looks like Asian privilege.
Students Occupy Seattle University Dean’s Office, Seattle Times
The curriculum is “Eurocentric” and “stifling.”
Another university surrenders.
Tells graduates: “Be confident in your heritage. Be confident in your blackness.”
UC president Janet Napolitano announces $25 million for illegals to help campuses turn brown.
New rule would protect “offensive, uncivil or even hateful” speech.
West Point Won’t Punish Cadets Who Posed with Raised Fists, Washington Times
It was “a lapse of awareness.”
Police shootings of black men offered as one reason for the requirement.
A Rape Allegation Unsettles 2 Colleges That Share a Close Bond, Chronicle of Higher Education
Mustn’t report black rapists for fear of perpetuating racial stereotypes.
All but one black woman in the graduating class participated.
Hard Truths About Race on Campus, Wall Street Journal
Non-whites’ demands on campus may cause the opposite of their intended effect.
West Point Investigating Photo of Cadets with Raised Fists, Washington Times
Black cadets may be guilty of “partisan political activity” while in uniform.
Timing of U. of Iowa’s Alert to Students of a Possible Hate Crime Fuels Racial Tensions, Chronicle of Higher Education
The government pushes top UK schools to admit poor people and non-whites.
They also want students who chalk pro-Trump messages to be punished.
“Institutional racism” may be to blame.
‘Dear White People’ TV Series Based on Movie a Go at Netflix, Hollywood Reporter
Series will follow non-white students around Ivy League campuses to document “racial tensions.”
It took administrators just one day to capitulate.
Minority Students at U of Kansas Create Parallel Student Government, Inside Higher Ed
Because “black lives matter” at the University of Kansas.
University in Turmoil over Scalia Tribute and Koch Role, New York Times
Naming a law school after Scalia inappropriate for a “diverse” university.
“White Fragility” Is The New White Guilt Concept, Progressives Today
What will they think of next?
School will keep the name to “teach and confront the history of slavery in the U.S.”
The university administration approves.
Black senior makes excuses: “Someone thought it was a joke.”