Accuracy in Academia

Has The World Become A Game App?

That seems to be the conclusion of at least one dean emeritus. “With tradition, philosophy, and religion long succumbed to science as the sole path to truth and now with the dethronement of science as the arbiter of truth, ruling principles, immovable intellectual centers, and …

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Temple Law Prof Explains Balance to NPR

On immigration, that is. They’re probably not ready for a balance in media presentation. They may not have been prepared for this discussion either, although NPR host Audie Cornish introduced Temple Law professor Jan Ting as a man who “largely agrees with Sessions’ interpretation of …

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Harvard Medical School Removed Portraits of Doctors due to Lack of Diversity

Harvard University’s medical school used to have portraits of former department chairs hanging in its halls, composed of white males. The hospital’s president, Dr. Betsy Nabel, said that these portraits don’t reflect the diversity of the medical school today and could make students uncomfortable because …

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Indiana University Hosted 4 Conservative Speakers Last Year

Indiana University, located in the red state of Indiana, is the flagship university in the town of Bloomington. Despite the state’s more conservative bent, the university only invited four conservative speakers to speak on-campus in the 2016-17 academic year. By comparison, there were forty-four liberal …

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USC: The Privilege of White Male Critics

A team of researchers made an exhaustive search of movie reviews and found that the reviewers of them were overwhelmingly white and male: Perhaps it was more interesting research than watching the films themselves. “Across the 100 top movies of 2017 and 19,559 reviews, male …

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University of Wisconsin-Madison Renamed LGBT Center to Avoid Offending People

University of Wisconsin-Madison renamed its LGBT center because it may offend the gay community for being too exclusive of other alleged genders. Now, the center will be known as the “Gender and Sexuality Campus Center” after mulling it over for a year. Continue Reading....

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New York College Course Claims Masculinity is ‘Problematic’

Hobart and William Smith Colleges offers a course which alleges masculinity is “problematic” for society. The upstate New York college offers a “Men and Masculinity” course, which is a part of the “Men’s Studies” minor. Continue Reading....

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Anti-Abortion Videos Shown In Middle School

And in California, no less. “A Sutter Middle School teacher who recently aired graphic abortion videos to students during a sex-education class is in hot water with the Sacramento City Unified School District,” Cynthia Hubert reported in The Sacramento Bee. “The district launched an investigation …

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Stonewall Jackson Elementary Alias Mockingbird Elementary

The effort to rename public schools has apparently given administrators of them a new lease on life. “A sign reading Mockingbird Elementary was put up on Stonewall Jackson Elementary School on Monday, with the name change officially going into effect in July,” Fox News 4 …

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Feminist Prof Offers Advice For Men

In, of course, The Washington Post. “So men, if you really are #WithUs and would like us to not hate you for all the millennia of woe you have produced and benefited from, start with this: Lean out so we can actually just stand up …

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