NYU Prof: I Was Fired After Students Complained My Class Was Too Hard

Former New York University (NYU) professor Maitland Jones Jr. says he was fired after students complained that his organic chemistry class was too difficult. An op-ed written by the professor warns of the negative impact his firing has on less-experienced professors, writing, “Their entire careers are at the peril of complaining students and deans who seem willing to turn students into nothing more than tuition-paying clients.”

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Zoom Refuses to Host NYU Event with Terrorist Leila Khaled

An event organized by professors at New York University was shut down by Zoom recently. Zoom refused to participate in the event due to its inclusion of Leila Khaled, a terrorist that participated in two plane hijackings in the 1960s and 1970s. Zoom pulled out of another Khaled event in September that was organized by professors at San Francisco State University.

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NYU To Keep Campus Open Despite Spike in Coronavirus Positives

NYU announced this week that it will not comply with guidelines set by the state of New York that urge academic institutions to suspend in-person classes if 100 people test positive for coronavirus. Although New York University crossed the threshold at its Washington Square campus, NYU has decided to continue with in-person classes, justifying the move with its low overall positive test rate of 0.5 percent.

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NYU Announces Plan to Reopen Campus

NYU has announced its plans to reopen campus for the fall semester. The university claims that it will adopt a variety of precautionary measures to mitigate the spread of the Chinese virus on campus.

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NYU Dean Responds to Tuition Refund Requests with Dance Video

A dean at NYU’s Tisch School of Arts turned heads this week when she accompanied her refusal to refund tuition and fees to students with a two-minute video of her dancing to REM’s “Losing My Religion.” One student replied with an open letter, writing, “The video is not cute. It’s uncomfortable to watch, it goes on for too long, you end it by staring at the camera for a good eight seconds, none of it is working in the way you think it’s working.”

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Entire NYU Class Files Complaint Against ‘Feminist’ Teacher Lauren Duca

Journalism students at New York University have a lot to say about the former Teen Vogue columnist turned progressive political commentator, Lauren Duca, who allegedly belittled and yelled at students while teaching her “feminist” class as a visiting scholar at NYU. “They’re fucking corny,” said Duca of her students, expressing her dismay over receiving criticism “for putting Twitter on my syllabus.”

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Charlie Kirk: Today’s Students Have Never Learned Why America Is the Greatest Country Ever to Exist

Turning Point USA (TPUSA) founder and executive director Charlie Kirk and Penn State University TPUSA chapter president Michael Csencsits joined host Alex Marlow in a Thursday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily for the weekly TPUSA campus report. Kirk and Csencsits discussed the massive turnout at a recent TPUSA event at Penn State featuring Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle with Marlow, along with the fact that today’s college students have never learned about American exceptionalism.

Alex Marlow, editor in chief of Breitbart News, and Charlie Kirk, President of TPUSA