Walk into Google’s headquarter’s and say, “Diversity is our strength.” Know what would happen?
When Alberta Education Minister David Eggen announced two years ago that his government was about to launch the most sweeping changes ever undertak
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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