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Religion Christian, Catholic groups at Harvard defend decision to tap atheist for chaplaincy president
Role is purely administrative, groups say.
Healthcare Rice University went all online amid COVID outbreak. Now it’s reporting a mass number of false positives.
Despite this new information, Rice will remain fully online for now.
Curriculum Legal After threat of lawsuit, Princeton seminary excused student from ‘whiteness is sin’ anti-racism training
'Present a profound threat to freedom of conscience.'
'I call on leaders across the country to develop humane and science-based approaches as opposed to one-size-fits-all policies.'
The resolution's failure is being billed as a win for academic freedom.
Curriculum Racial issues University to pay professors $600 to take Black Lives Matter faculty course
'You couldn’t find a white supremacist in these parts if your life depended on it. These folks are barking mad.'