Harvard

Harvard Students Stage Sit-In Protest After Professor Denied Tenure

50 Harvard students occupied a campus building on Monday to protest the university’s decision to deny tenure to professor García Peña, who they argue should be part of a ethnic studies program they are also demanding. Over  4,000 students signed a petition that calls on the university to release confidential communications between Harvard officials regarding Peña’s tenure review.

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Study: Public Apologies Make Liberals and Women Desire More Punishment

A new peer-reviewed study appears to confirm what critics of political correctness have long suspected: that publicly apologizing for controversial statements or opinions doesn’t work, and may, in fact, be counterproductive. According to the study, liberals and women are more likely to desire punishment for a controversial person if they issued a public apology.

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