Jun 14, 2018
As we all know, at the urging of the Department of Education and under the weight of Title IX, colleges and universities have taken on the role of sexual referees with the power to investigate and adjudicate the sexual interactions of students as their inquisitors deem best. But what happens when both parties to a student sexual encounter deny that they consented to any intimate contact?
Two University of Cincinnati students got drunk and apparently … Read more
Sep 27, 2016
Northern Michigan University apparently disciplines students who tell other students they are feeling suicidal or self-destructive because those thoughts might be uncomfortable. Apparently the school would rather students with such feelings harm or kill themselves than seek help from their peers. As discussed at Popehat Blog, the school’s approach is contrary to what mental health professionals would suggest.
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Dec 3, 2015
While the reality of some interscholastic athletic programs may have diluted the pretensions of many colleges and universities as institutions of higher education, some schools and governmental agencies now seem intent on wholly abandoning even that charade. For instance, Portland State University and Concordia University have now both adopted programs to accept intellectually disabled students as undergraduates even though these students, generally scoring in the bottom 3% on standardized intelligence tests, will remain unable to … Read more