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Students who avoid making eye contact with their peers could be guilty of racism, according to Oxford University’s latest guidance.
Recently, Pepsi released an advertisement that resulted in a frenzy of outrage. In case you missed it, I'll fill you in.
A school district in Kentucky has canceled the school’s “Stallions” mascot after a petition from the community argued that the mascot was “inapprop
When social justice displaces truth as the core value of academics, bad things happen to science.
A story, carried in our July 7 edition, describes a presidential directive ordering a new gender-neutral Bible. It was a hoax.
I am a religious leader from India, where we know something about extremism.
A popular Twitter account that highlighted ridiculous academic papers from the social sciences and humanities — some taxpayer-funded — was abruptly
The last time you had to sit through a training program or sign your office’s fine-print disclosure on sexual harassment policy, you probably thoug
Our current controversies over free speech on campus actually represent the second set of battles in a culture war that erupted in the U.S.
Within a 48-hour period this week, a Federal court ruled that a school could not require children to use the bathroom that corresponds to their bio