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Black Harvard professor who challenged woke orthodoxies needed armed protection

Harvard professor Roland Fryer, who at age 30 became the youngest African-American to ever be awarded tenure at the Ivy League school, has revealed...

Corporations are quietly walking back their diversity policies

(Daily Caller News Foundation) -- Corporations are quietly reversing their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practices amid intense legal pressure from conservatives and even...

Claudine Gay will resign as Harvard president

(The College Fix) -- Claudine Gay will resign as president of Harvard University, the Ivy League school announced today. She has repeatedly faced plagiarism accusations, including a fresh complaint filed...

Victor Davis Hanson: 2024 — the year of our reckoning

(American Greatness) -- We should remember the now modern proverb of Nixon-era economic advisor Herb Stein to the effect that what cannot go on...

Ivy League leaders resign amid outrage over handling of campus antisemitism

(Daily Caller News Foundation) -- The University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) president and Board of Trustees chairman both announced their resignation on Saturday, according to...

House committee opens investigation into antisemitism at elite universities

(Daily Caller News Foundation) -- The House Committee on Education and the Workforce opened an investigation Thursday into Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania...

MIT, Penn, Harvard presidents won’t say if calling for genocide of...

(The Center Square) -- On Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y, asked the presidents of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Pennsylvania...

Businesses ditch ‘diversity’ initiatives amid economic uncertainty

(Daily Caller News Foundation) -- Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives lost steam in 2023 compared to previous years as companies increasingly shift resources...

Affirmative action is dead, but the war is far from over,...

Minnesota’s Office of Higher Education appeared to indicate it will conduct business as usual in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that universities...

The promise of colorblindness in the law, realized

On June 29, the U.S. Supreme Court made a groundbreaking decision which will directly impact Minnesota’s government institutions and universities. In Students for Fair...