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Feds: Visiting Stanford Researcher Lied About Chinese Military Connections

The United States Department of Justice announced on Monday that a researcher at Stanford University has been charged with visa fraud. Researcher Song Chen is alleged to have misrepresented her relationship with the Chinese military on her visa application, stating that her service ended in 2011, which in fact she is an active service member in the People’s Liberation Army.

Chinese People's Liberation Army personnel participate in a military parade at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on October 1, 2019, to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Peoples Republic of China. (Photo by Greg BAKER / AFP) (Photo credit should read GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)

Report: Stanford Accepted $58 Million from Chinese Government

Stanford University is facing criticism over its extensive relationship with the Chinese government. Between 2013 and 2019, the university reported that it had accepted $58 million in gifts and contracts from China and its communist government. Only Harvard, USC, and the University of Pennsylvania have taken more money from China.

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Stanford Prof Erased from Website After Singing the N-Word

Stanford Professor Rose Salseda was removed from the university’s website after being accused of singing along to a rap song by N.W.A. including a racial slur. Salseda apologized to the Stanford community in a letter published on Monday. The professors performance left a student government leader asking, “Why do we have to put up with that kind of racial violence?”

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Delingpole: 200 Australian Professors Reject Western Civilisation

Two hundred professors at the University of Sydney, Australia, have signed an open letter urging the rejection of a proposed course on ‘Western Civilisation’. They claim the subject is ‘chauvinistic’, a ‘tool of European supremacism’ and that it would ‘lend credibility’ to ‘sexist, racist and Islamophobic politics’.

SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES - APRIL 06: Students walk around Sydney University on April 6, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham confirming the Government plans to cut university funding in addition to implementing the university deregulation plan which was put forward in the 2014 budget. (Photo by …