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Is a Professor Getting Railroaded for Questioning Social-Justice Dogma? Peter Boghossian claims his university is only investigating him because it is politically hostile to his research. The truth is more complicated.
Dannon Yogurt Drops Spokesperson Cam Newton They’ve yet to comment on Jourdan Rodrigue’s racist tweets.
How Microaggression Training Could Be Harming Minority Students Sometimes, a psychological idea moves from the drawing board to applied settings a bit too quickly. It might be time to slow down.
Why the Video-Game Culture Wars Won’t Die, Two Years After Gamergate Video-game culture warriors have a different, more fraught relationship to their hobby than other people do.
Fragile Conservatives Are Upset That a Woman Blocked Them on Twitter A new article takes a creepily close look at who Lindy West is blocking.
Why a Video of Someone Playing ‘Doom’ (Poorly) Became a Culture-War Issue Those damn social-justice warriors need to learn how to strafe and shoot at the same time.
Law Students ‘Traumatized’ by Anti-Scalia Email “All we can do, really, is convey our solidarity with our wonderful students. We share your pain. We share your anger. We stand with you. You are not alone. Be strong as Justice Scalia was strong.”
Gay Men and Christian Wombs: Surrogacy’s New Frontier Meet the red-state women carrying blue-state babies for gay men.
Brinker’s Way: Behind the Pseudo-Exit of the Komen Foundation’s Founder Nancy Brinker is still in charge of the women’s health organization, despite a move to the executive committee.
Is Esquire’s ‘Best New York Restaurants’ List Out of It’s all French, Italian, and (with the exception of Osteria Morini), above 28th Street. What gives?
Warhol Foundation Threatens to Cut Smithsonian Funding Because, unlike Boehner, the Warhol Foundation actually paid for it.