Articles by Jeremiah Poff
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Curriculum Higher Ed Bubble Religion Tiny Catholic college that spurns government money ranks near the top of best ‘values’
An emphasis on ‘personal responsibility’ When Kiplinger’s Personal Finance released its 300 Best College Values list last month, it wasn’t Georgetown University or Notre Dame that topped the list among Catholic institutions of higher education. It was a tiny liberal arts school, nestled in the hills of Ventura County in southern California, that prizes its […]
Bias Legal Sexual Assault Judge cites ‘credible’ evidence of ‘romantic relationship’ between accuser, detective in campus rape case
'Plausible inference of gender bias' on the part of detective against accused student.
Bias Legal Sexual Assault Judge approves ‘Title IX retaliation’ claims against university that fired father of accused student
Drake University refused to provide accommodations for student with 'word retrieval' impairments.
Feminism Legal Sexual Assault Oberlin tells federal judge that sex becomes rape when one partner says ‘I am not sober’
Progressive liberal arts school says it didn't discriminate by gender, so innocence is irrelevant.
Free Speech Legal Political Correctness Most colleges have speech policies that are vague enough to censor students, says new report
More than half of private colleges under review have bias response teams.
Feminism Free Speech Racial issues Scholars warn that intersectionality is bringing back Soviet censorship tactics, Bolshevism
Prosecuting 'hate speech' is straight out of the Communist playbook.