Accuracy in Academia

Undocumented Students Thwart Immigration Law at Rutgers

Not by resisting arrest but by chasing ICE out of a career fair where agency representatives were going to recruit the next generation of agents to enforce immigration law. “In a small victory for the sanctuary movement, recruiters from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement …

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Are Liberal Arts Majors Working?

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS) is trying to prove that liberal arts majors are gainfully employed but they’re not doing so all that clearly. For one thing, they call the report “The State of the Humanities 2018: Graduates in the Workforce and …

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DC PS Officials Secretly Support School Choice

At least on a personal level. “The top public school administrator in Washington, D.C., resigned his position Tuesday, four days after it was revealed that he had conspired with another official to place his daughter in the district’s highest-performing public high school,” Alex Ward writes …

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UNC Campuses Hold Mass Shooter Drills

The University of North Carolina is taking a preventive approach to stop mass shootings. “UNC campuses regularly hold training exercises to prepare for mass shootings and other emergencies,” Kari Travis writes in The Carolina Journal. “UNC-G[reensboro] is one of five schools to receive $42,000 for …

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CPAC Goes To College

Every year thousands of conservative students flock to the Conservative Political Action Conference(CPAC). This year, CPAC is actually going to one of their universities. This Friday, CPAC will be broadcasting sessions from the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University (CCU). Michelle Malkin will be one …

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After Abortion Debate Video was Posted, Lone Star College Revoked Club Status for Conservative Students

Conservative students at Lone Star College, supported by the legal efforts of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), are suing the college for revoking their club status over posting a video of their debate on abortion. Per Campus Reform, this is what happened: According to a press …

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Media Cites ‘Presidential Greatness’ Survey, Neglects to Mention Anti-Trump Stances of Survey Subjects

The media jumped on the recent survey conducted by political science professors Brandon Rottinghaus of the University of Houston and Justin S. Vaughn of Boise State University, which asked for responses on presidential greatness from former and current presidents and executive politics section members of …

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Conservative Commentator Denied Speech Opportunity at DePaul University over Views

Steve Crowder, a popular conservative commentator on YouTube, was going to speak at DePaul University, per a pending application by the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at DePaul. But, administrators nixed that application because his speech doesn’t align “with DePaul’s educational mission.” Their criteria appeared …

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Attack On An American Institution: Recess

Those of us of a certain age might be surprised at just how far education specialists have gone in eradicating American traditions. “Most child development experts believe that kids need some unstructured run-around time during the day,” Lenore Skenazy writes on the Reason.com blog. “The …

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Duke Professor Allegedly Said Conservatives, Libertarians could be Autistic to Believe in Ideology

A Duke history professor allegedly suggested that conservatives and libertarians could be autistic for believing in those ideologies. Right-leaning students started a petition as a way to condemn her comments, considering the university had not condemned her comments. Nancy MacLean, who teaches history at the …

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