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Despicable: ‘Anti-Racist’ U of Illinois Prof Labels Herschel Walker ‘Subliterate,’ ‘Coonish’

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign professor and “anti-racist” consultant Sundiata Cha-Jua called Georgia Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Herschel Walker “subliterate,” and used the racial slur “coonish” to describe him in an op-ed complaining about black republicans, who he smears as “MAGA Black White supremacists,” arguing that black conservatives are only capable of repeating “‘massa’ Trump’s talking points.”

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U. of Illinois Sanctions 100+ Students for Breaking Coronavirus Rules

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign disciplined over 100 students this week that were found to have violated protocols that were designed to mitigate the spread of the Chinese virus. Universities around the nation have recently introduced policies that impose sanctions on students that attend large social gatherings.

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Lawsuit: Iowa State U. Muzzles Free Speech

Iowa State University is facing a lawsuit over three of its policies that critics say stifle the free speech rights of its students on campus. One of the policies includes the school’s “Campus Climate Reporting System,” which free speech advocates say incentivize students to self censor their political and religious views out of fear of being reported to university administrators.

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University of Illinois Settles Free Speech Lawsuit with Student Journalist

The University of Illinois has settled a lawsuit with a student who alleged that the school violated his First Amendment rights when it applied a “no-contact order” against him, meaning that the student was told he could not film or report on a physical altercation that took place between him and an instructor at an anti-Trump protest on campus.


Rob Smith: The Left Is at War with Conservative Minorities on Campus

Last week while speaking at a Turning Point USA chapter in Illinois, my photo was used in a flyer designed by campus leftists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Under text that said: “NOW HIRING CONSERVATIVE MINORITIES,” the poster said that because I’m a black conservative, I “lack dignity, shame, and charisma.”

TPUSA contributor Rob Smith

University of Illinois Grad Students Demand Removal of ICE and Border Patrol Job Listings

Graduate students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are demanding that the school hinder students’ opportunities to seek employment with ICE and the U.S. Border Patrol by removing their job listings from the school’s career services platform, claiming that “thousands” of people have suffered and died at the hands of the United States’ “racist immigration policies.”

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Fact Check: Obama’s Speech Attacking Trump at University of Illinois

The idea that re-electing Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House, and electing Democrats who want to impeach the president, raise taxes, abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and extend Medicare to the entire country without a plan to pay for it represents a return to “sanity” is the biggest lie of all.

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Students Demand ‘Sanctuary Campus’ for All Migrants

Students at Southern Illinois University (SIU) are now demanding a “sanctuary campus” policy that will shield not only students from federal immigration laws, but also “their families, and related community members,” according to a letter sent to the university’s administration.

Students at Southern Illinois University (SIU) are now demanding a …

Harvard Rejects ‘Sanctuary Campus’ Ask

Harvard University will not designate itself as a “sanctuary campus,” which would have shielded illegal immigrant students from federal immigration law, university President Drew G. Faust announced.


Vandalized Menorah Rededicated In Illinois

TEL AVIV – A nine-foot menorah that was knocked over earlier this year at the University of Illinois has been repaired and rededicated, the Associated Press reported.  On Monday evening, the second night of Hanukkah, Rabbi Dovid Tiechtel of the university’s