Articles by Christian Schneider
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Curriculum Politics African students flood Confucius Institutes to bolster their future job prospects
Despite the rapid decline in the number of Confucius Institutes at American universities, African students are now flocking to the Chinese-founded programs in order to bolster their chances of finding future employment.
Bias Legal Racial issues Portland State student files complaint against campus police for listing race of suspect on the loose
'The email seems reckless and could cause serious harm just telling PSU to be on the look out for a general black man,' student stated.
Legal Racial issues Penn law school dean calls for ‘major sanction’ against controversial Professor Amy Wax
'I am committed to fighting Penn’s efforts to banish and punish me.'
Activism LGBTQ Racial issues Gender activists push to bar anthropologists from identifying human remains as ‘male’ or ‘female’
A new school of thought within archaeology pushes scientists to think twice about assigning gender to ancient human remains.
Activism Legal Politics Georgetown law professor accuses Supreme Court justices of being ‘lawless actors’ following abortion decision
St. John’s University professor also tweeted that lawyers who fail to resist the court are 'Hitler’s butlers'
Higher Education Legal Professor who once called GOP ‘fascists’ on paid leave amid financial mismanagement probe
Sara Goldrick-Rab has led the Hope Center since 2018, but was put on leave after the university hired an independent investigator to look into the center’s finances.