Monthly Archives: January 2016
This year may have brought about peak campus hysteria across the country. Microaggressions, safe spaces, sex assault accusations and protests made headlines around the world, often for their abject absurdity.
washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
…when the president and his party go rogue, it is the duty of the loyal opposition to blow the whistle and fight back…It [OCR] has forced almost all of the nation’s universities and colleges to disregard due process in disciplinary proceedings when they involve allegations of sexual assault…these mandates are having a devastating impact on the nation’s universities and on the lives of dozens — almost certainly soon to be hundreds or thousands — of falsely accused students… An entire generation of college students is learning to disregard due process and the dispassionate evaluation of evidence.
nationalreview.com By Stuart Taylor & KC Johnson
John Lund-Molfese, a freshman at the University of Missouri, told FIRE about his experience with his college’s online Title IX training, which students were required to complete prior to registration. Lund-Molfese said the training contained “opinion-based questions where you’re forced to adopt a certain viewpoint in order to pass the test,” along with “questionable” facts.
thefire.org By Jackie Farmer