Academic Insanity

Columbia U. Partners with Amazon for A.I. Research Center

Columbia University announced this week that it is working with Amazon to create a research center for the development of AI technology. The center, which will be based in New York City, will operate for the next five years on a $5 million donation from…

Video: College Students Reject SCOTUS Pick – Before Announcement

In interviews with Campus Reform this week, students pushed back against President Donald Trump’s pick to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court of the United States. The problem? President Trump had not selected a replacement at the time of the interviews. 0…

Transylvania U. Fails to Condemn Prof. that Targeted Nick Sandmann

Administrators at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky, have refused to condemn a professor that said he is prepared to file a disciplinary report on freshman Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic student that found himself at the center of a national media scandal after an encounter…

U. of Chicago Defends Limiting English Grad Students to ‘Black Studies’

The University of Chicago is defending its decision to force English Ph.D. candidates to focus exclusively on “Black Studies.” The university claims that the decision is insignificant because it will only apply to five incoming grad students that the department plans to admit for the…

Virginia Commonwealth U. May Rename Buildings, Because Confederacy

Virginia Commonwealth University announced this week that it may rename several buildings on campus over their ties to figures that were associated with the Confederacy. At least six buildings on campus have been targeted for renaming over concerns about their ties to the Confederacy. 0…

Skidmore College Prof. Claims He Won’t Be Sanctioned for Pro-Police Views

Skidmore College Professor David Peterson announced this week that he and his wife won’t be sanctioned by the college for his attendance at a “Back the Blue” rally in July. Students had called for Peterson and his wife to be terminated by the college for…

Baylor U. Regrets Placing ‘Sensitive Content’ Warning Next to 9/11 Memorial

Baylor University admitted this week that it regrets its decision to place a “sensitive content” warning sign next to a 9/11 memorial consisting of American flags that was put together by the Young Conservatives of Texas. A university spokesperson said that the sign was placed…

Bokhari: Fighting the Woke Terror

It should be apparent to anyone paying attention — and even the corporate media can’t hide it anymore — that we are living through an era of revolutionary terror. 0…

Faculty Demands Cornell U. Publish Data on the Race of Professors’ Spouses

The Cornell Faculty Coalition made a series of demands in a letter published last week as part of a larger campaign to promote social justice. In one part of the letter, the coalition demanded a racial breakdown of faculty spouses and that Cornell “abolish colorblind…

U. of Michigan Dearborn ‘Sincerely Regrets’ ‘Non-POC’ and ‘BIPOC’ Events

The University of Michigan Dearborn, which hosted two racially segregated events on Tuesday — one for “non-POC,” and another for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color) students — says that it “sincerely regrets” having done so, adding that future events will be “messaged more…

Medical Experts: Stop Blaming College Students for Campus Coronavirus Spikes

Medical experts around the nation are pushing back against college administrators that have blamed campus spikes in the number of positive coronavirus tests on students. Experts claim that administrators need to set reasonable expectations by adopting strategies that attempt to reduce the spread rather than…

U. of Michigan Dearborn Hosts Racially Segregated ‘BIPOC’ and ‘Non-POC’ Events

The University of Michigan Dearborn hosted racially segregated events on Tuesday, one for “Non-POC,” and the other for “BIPOC” (Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color) students. During the two racially segregated “cafes,” the groups were encouraged to “discuss their experience as students on campus.” The…

Columbia Medical School Cancels Its Own Founder

Columbia University recently announced that its medical school will change the name of a residential building due to the namesake’s slave ownership. The building was named for Samual Bard, the founder of Columbia’s Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons who also served as George Washingon’s…

U. of Rhode Island to Remove WWII Murals Due to Lack of Diversity

The University of Rhode Island recently announced plans to remove two murals depicting the events of World War II due to their lack of diversity. The decision was prompted after students complained that the mural was not compatible with the university’s values of inclusivity. According…

ACLU Staffer Criticizes Transylvania U. for Accepting Nick Sandmann

An ACLU official based in Kentucky criticized Transylvania University’s decision to admit Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic student who found himself at the center of a media frenzy in January 2019 after a viral encounter with a Native American protester in Washington, D.C. 0…

U. of Kansas Students Demand Campus Coronavirus Closure, Plan Strike

Students at the University of Kansas have scheduled a strike, demanding that administrators shut down the campus. The protest comes in response to a spike in positive coronavirus cases on campus. Over 500 students have tested positive for the virus since students arrived on campus…

Northeastern U. Gives Students the Boot for Partying – But Keeps Their Tuition

Northeastern University announced this week that 11 students have been suspended for partying, and they will not receive a tuition refund. Although the students will not even be permitted to attend their classes remotely, the university has refused to offer them a refund for their…

U. of North Texas Expels 15 Chinese Scholars Over Ties to Communist Govt

The University of North Texas announced this week that it was expelling 15 Chinese scholars over their relationship with China’s Ministry of Education. Many universities and colleges around the nation have cut ties with researchers this year over allegations that they were using their position…

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