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Oberlin College Students and Faculty Cancel Gibson’s Bakery, Refuse to Pay Damages

Founded in 1885, Gibson’s Bakery is a fifth-generation family owned small business in Oberlin, Ohio. Gibson’s has been a cornerstone of the Oberlin community and an integral force helping the town get through the Great Depression and other tough challenges over the years.  Whenever there was a need, the Gibson family has been there to …

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Harvard Cancels Provocative, Trailblazing Black Professor

Harvard economics professor Roland Fryer, Jr. was one of the most renowned professors in the country. His commonsense, evidence based, truth-focused approach to studying provocative topics that challenged preconceived notions in academia and society earned him an appointment to the executive board of the American Economic Association, a MacArthur “genius” grant, and the John Bates …

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Nursing Student Expelled For Essay Based on True Life Case Deemed ‘Insensitive’

A nursing student at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, Kaylyn Willis was expelled after writing an essay about a shooting that administrators labeled “insensitive.”  Each week, her professor instructed students to use “critical imagining” to write and post online a story from the perspective of a person suffering from a chronic disease or disorder. For …

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Georgetown Suspends Professor Who Questioned Biden’s Racial Preference for SCOTUS Pick

A newly hired lecturer at Georgetown Law, Ilya Shaprio was put on leave after posting multiple tweets about Biden’s promise to select a black woman for the U.S. Supreme Court. In one of the tweets, Shapiro said Biden “would nominate not ‘the objectively best pick’ but a ‘lesser Black woman’ to be the next Supreme …

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