Accuracy in Academia

Elementary and Middle School could be Full of Microaggressions, Professors Warn

Three college professors at Simmons College warned, in a recent article, how micro aggressions could be running rampant in grades K-8. Do you see this as believable? Continue Reading....

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NC State could have Housing for Only ‘Women of Color’

Would the civil rights leaders of the 1960s cringe if they heard this piece of news? North Carolina State University may have housing only for “women of color,” based on an article from Campus Reform. Continue Reading....

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Social Justice Book List

The University of Phoenix College of Education has compiled a Social Justice Book List, and you can probably guess what’s on it. That’s right, Heather Has Two Mommies, Nickel and Dimed and Climate Refugees. Here’s a hint: That last one is not about elderly “snowbirds” …

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Ex-Mizzou Official Possibly Linked to Embezzlement Investigation

It’s all preliminary and speculative, but several local papers in Missouri have reported on how a former University of Missouri official Janna Bassler could be the focus of an embezzlement investigation from the Office of Greek Life. Bassler is best known for being caught on …

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Princeton Professor Looks at ‘White Identity Politics’ in the Rise of Trump

A professor, Carolyn Rouse, at Princeton University started a project that focuses on ‘Trumpland’ and how ‘white identity politics’ led to the rise and election of President Donald Trump. She is asking for submissions for the project. Continue Reading....

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Lawrence University vs. Free Thought

When Students for Free Thought, a group at Lawrence University, attempted to screen the documentary Can We Take a Joke? on their campus late in the Spring, they discovered that their classmates were not a particularly light-hearted , free thinking bunch. “Can We Take a …

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Will Climate Change in Cornhusker State?

The Nebraska Board of Education is debating whether to include climate change in public school science classes and you can probably guess who is weighing in on its behalf. “Climate change is happening,” David Harwood, a geology professor with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, told the …

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Professor Unhappy with Doctors ‘Fat-Shaming’ their Patients

At a conference, a psychology professor named Joan Chrisler said that doctors are ‘fat-shaming’ (i.e. putting people to shame over their obesity or weight) and that it isn’t safe for their patients. Huh?! Continue Reading....

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Math is Too Masculine, Professor Alleged in Journal Article

Vanderbilt professor Luis A. Leyva wrote a journal article that criticized the field of mathematics as being too masculine: Citing the “masculinization of mathematics,” Leyva then suggests that the apparent “gender gap” in mathematical ability is socially constructed (as opposed to arising from inherently different …

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Woman’s March

This month, we learn how to leave the Left behind, by someone who did, in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter. View Fullscreen Continue Reading....

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