University of Florida

Watch: College Students Support Diversity Quotas – But Not for Football Team

Students interviewed on the campus of the University of Florida appeared to overwhelmingly support racial diversity quotas in college admissions and hiring for the workplace — but when asked if they support diversity quotas in college football, the students suddenly disagreed. One student pointed out “just let the skill shine, and whoever’s the best player deserves to be on the team.”

Florida Gators player celebrates with fan

Florida Students: Teachers Should ‘Avoid Placing Blame’ for 9/11, and ‘Focus on America’s Faults’

On the 20-year anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, today’s college-aged students were too young to remember what happened with many having been born after the attacks. Florida students interviewed by Campus Reform said that educators teaching lessons on the terrorist attacks should avoid discussing “American exceptionalism” and “focus on America’s faults.”

A 9/11 victim compensation fund has awarded more than $8.95 billion in compensation to mor

U. of Florida Law School Reinstates ‘Critical Race Theory’ Class, Appoints ‘Racial Justice Term Professor’

The University of Florida’s Levin College of Law reversed its rejection of a “critical race theory” course proposal after a backlash from student activists. Administrators at the law school initially rejected Professor Michelle Jacobs’ proposal and encouraged her to propose the course for the spring semester. Following the backlash, the university promoted Jacobs to the role of “Racial Justice Term Professor.”

University of Florida Prof Michelle Jacobs