Articles by Jeremiah Poff
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Curriculum Legal Religion UC-Santa Barbara refuses to release syllabus for religion class, claims it’s ‘proprietary’
Public-records expert says 'it's just wrong to say that the proprietary value of a syllabus makes it a secret.'
Bias Legal Sexual Assault They kept hooking up after they broke up. When her friends found out, she accused him of rape.
UChicago student, expelled on eve of graduation and suicidal, also sues accuser for defamation.
Bias Legal Sexual Assault UCSB ruined an innocent student’s life with a shoddy Title IX investigation. It got a slap on the wrist.
'John Doe' won't get massive attorney's fees from UCSB because his victory didn't help others like him.
Abortion/Pro-life Free Speech Politics Planned Parenthood ejected pro-life student from Ohio State event as ‘safety concern,’ she says
Administration doesn't answer whether abortion advocacy group violated campus rules.
Legal Racial issues Sexual Assault Harvard hit with first Title IX lawsuit by accused male, alleging racial discrimination
White students allowed to use 'informal resolution,' but two black students weren't.
Activism Free Speech Religion Public university yanks lecture by Iranian-born critic of radical Islam after student outcry
Rutgers won't say if Lisa Daftari's lecture will ever be rescheduled.