Looking at a woman’s ring finger. Saying, “There is only one race, the human race.” Believing “the most qualified person should get the job.” And, of all horrors, being forced to check either “male” or “female” on ordinary forms. All behaviors that are just unacceptable, according to a posting on the Academic Affairs page of the University of California’s website for its Santa Cruz branch.
A university student who was expelled from a theology class for nearly three weeks for reciting biological facts to the professor has been reinstated, just as another university was offering the opportunity to finish his studies there.
Last week it was reported that a Citrus County School District Middle School teacher was was running the white nationalist podcast “Unapologetic”. The podcast was run by Crystal River Middle School social studies teacher Dayanna Volitich, who ran the show under the pseudonym, “Tiana Dalichov”.
On March 14, I attended a public presentation entitled Islam 101 at Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California. it was cut off at about 8:30 by one of the professors. During the event, Professor Clancy called in campus police and she admonished a couple of the people in the audience who had asked pointed questions.
Brenda Arthur received an unexpected visit on March 8 that, one week later, leaves her feeling more than a little uneasy. At her door that day was an officer with the West Virginia State Police. He wanted to know about her involvement in a Freedom of Information request regarding a local mosque.
A college in Boston has prepared an "Anti-Oppression Library Guide" so that no one is offended on campus. It lists "saying 'God bless you' after someone sneezes" as a "microaggression" against Muslim people, and "Merry Christmas" as an offensive phrase.
Pro-life activists are warning that pregnant college student-athletes are not being fully informed about their rights under Title IX law and, in some cases, even being encouraged to get abortions by advisers within their institutions.
In a 50-minute phone interview on Friday, Carson avoided criticizing Farrakhan directly, declined to characterize Farrakhan's remarks as "hate speech," and would not rule out meeting with Farrakhan in the future to discuss policy concerns.
Police in Florida say a 17-year-old suspect accused of stabbing to death a 13-year-old boy and injuring a woman and her teenage son during a sleepover had converted to Islam and said the deadly attack was inspired by his Muslim faith.
A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania claims that he has been barred from a religious studies class he needs to graduate this May and asked to apologize after voicing his belief that there are only two biological genders.