Month: July 2021

Academia’s hostility to intellectual diversity suffers a courtroom setback

The university’s policy pertaining to Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) forbids “differences in the treatment of persons because of race, creed, color, religion,” etc., “or any other classification that deprives the person of consideration as an individual.” But the university also believes, or used to believe, that students should have the right to “organize and associate with like-minded students.

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Are We Canceling Summer Again? for 07/29/2021

This is becoming another summer that didn’t quite happen. It follows the bum summer of 2020, which was canceled by COVID-19.

In the West this year, summer is literally going up in smoke. Wildfires from Southern California to Washington state are burning out of control and clouding skies as far away as New England. The West Coast is seeing extreme drought, extreme flooding and extreme heat.

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