Tag Archives: Accuracy in Academia

Harvard Alums Write Out Jared Kushner

Harvard’s Class of 2003 doesn’t think much of one of its classmates – the one who works for President Trump. Writing in the Red Book – a Harvard tradition in which alumni write what they’ve been doing for the last five years as a run-up …

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Tufts University Offers Course on Queer Architecture and Art

Tufts University, far from a moderate or conservative academic institution, is offering a course on queer architecture and art, entitled, “Queer Space: Explorations in Art and Architecture.” The course emphasizes the “spaces of queer appropriation” and focuses on bathhouses, nightclubs, alternative art venues, and the …

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Harvard & MIT Discriminate Against Asian-Americans

Apparently they missed the part that goes “regardless of race, creed or color.” A study from the Center for Equal Opportunity found that: • “Caltech has no affirmative action. The number of Asian American undergraduates has increased, quite steeply since 2000. They make up more …

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MS-13’s Academic Amen Corner

That didn’t take long: A professor from U-Mass Amherst attacked President Trump’s characterization of the murderous MS-13 gangs as “animals.” Rob Shimschock of The Daily Caller reported on political science prof Paul Musgrave’s tweets. “No, seriously, people, we are on the track to *official* ethnic …

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Economic News Hasn’t Registered With Academics

And they’re proving it by participating in a conference and the Brookings Institution called “Building a more dynamic and competitive economy.” Here’s the line-up of speakers: ~Terry McAuliffe, 72nd governor of Virginia; ~Terrell McSweeny, former commissioner, Federal Trade Commission; ~Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan, founder and CEO, Drawbridge; …

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At Amherst, Course Focuses on Feminist and Queer Themes in Dance

A visiting professor will teach a course on feminist and queer-themed dance at UMass-Amherst this upcoming fall semester. Dante Brown will teach the course, whose description partly reads as follows: “This course will focus on dance performance as it reflects theories of gender, sexuality, critical …

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Adjunct Professor at NYU Critical of ‘Eurocentric’ Music Education’s Inherent Racism

Apparently, according to one music education adjunct professor at New York University, ‘Eurocentric’ music education is a ‘product of racism.’ The emphasis on white composers instead of hip-hop music is proof of that inherent racism, per adjunct professor Ethan Hein. Continue Reading....

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Activists Target GMU Over Charles Koch Foundation

Liberal activists have raised alarm bells for the past four years over the funding of universities by the libertarian philanthropist Koch brothers. Charles and David Koch, who head Koch Industries, have poured hundreds of millions of dollars into conservative and libertarian grassroots activism and into …

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Dionne At Harvard

The old joke is that those who can’t do teach, and Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne has been teaching his brains out. “A well-known liberal pundit will be teaching a course at Harvard University this fall titled ‘Donald Trump and the Challenge to Liberal …

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Does USC Discriminate Against Men?

That’s what the U. S. Department of Education wants to know. “The U.S. Department of Education is officially investigating allegations that the University of Southern California excludes male students from certain educational opportunities,” Toni Airaksinen reports on the Campus Reform blog. “The Title IX investigation …

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