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(ZEROHEDGE) – With daily COVID-19 infections getting worse over the last couple of months in Southern California, one university has decided to introduce coronavirus testing vending machines, reported Reuters. Students at the University of California’s San Diego campus were greeted with eleven vending machines over the winter semester packed with do-it-yourself COVID-19 tests. There’s nothing…

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(THE COLLEGE FIX) – Largely thanks to the efforts of University of Michigan-Flint economist Mark Perry, schools across the country are facing scrutiny from the Department for Education for offering programs and scholarships that exclude males from eligibility. His flurry of Title IX complaints indisputably played a significant role in its Office for Civil Rights’…

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(THE COLLEGE FIX) – A Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor was arrested and charged Thursday with conducting secret work for the Chinese government while also collecting research funds from the federal government. Gang Chen, 56, an engineering professor specializing in nanotechnology, was charged with accepting U.S. taxpayer research funds while simultaneously working for the People’s…

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(THE COLLEGE FIX) – Despite ongoing lockdowns in California, public universities are on pace to implement legislation that requires distribution of RU-486 abortion drugs. These abortions are commonly known as chemical abortions because they use drugs to end a pregnancy. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 24 in 2019. Similar legislation failed in 2018 after…

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I applaud Professor Jones’s idea, but studying Latin is hard.

(THE FEDERALIST) – One of the most controversial and reviled of Catholic documents is Pope Pius IX’s 1864 “Syllabus of Errors,” a long list of popular opinions that the Roman pontiff strongly condemned. Placing the document within its proper historical context, Pius XI was concerned by developments in such countries as the United States, where…

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(FREE BEACON) – Rep. Tom Cole (R., Okla.) gave up an honorary degree from his alma mater on Tuesday as the college considered rescinding it after he contested the Electoral College results. Cole, the deputy whip for House Republicans and an Oklahoma representative since 2003, gave up his honorary doctorate from Grinnell College. Cole graduated…

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(THE COLLEGE FIX) – Activists are once more taking aim at California’s “Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum,” demanding a broader historical perspective than critical race theory. Educators for Excellence in Ethnic Studies and the Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies circulated similar form letters for supporters to personalize and send to state officials. The 45-day comment period…

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(FREE BEACON) – A Virginia school district is considering a slew of progressive icons as candidates to become the new namesake of T.C. Williams High School, whose football team was the subject of the hit film Remember the Titans. In Nov. 2020, the Alexandria City Public Schools Board unanimously voted to change the school’s name…

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(THE COLLEGE FIX) — An Illinois high school quarterback committed suicide on January 7, apparently after suffering from depression. He attended Glenbrook North High School in the north suburbs of Illinois. Dylan Buckner’s parents say that while he struggled with depression before coronavirus spread across the country, the governmental response to it worsened his depression.…

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