A tweet from Kareem Tannous from April 2022 saying, "zio controlled USGOV politicians promise to cancel 2T$ in student debt so that #donkeydemocrats would elect them yet they sent that 2T$ to Ukraine, NATO, and Israel to arm NAZIs."
Mar 22, 2023
Last year, a watchdog organization publicly called out Kareem Tannous, then a tenure-track assistant business professor at Cabrini University, about his tweets. Tannous said he was fired, and he now plans to sue.
Nov 03, 2020
New study shows student learning suffered during the switch to remote instruction last spring, but that small group activities helped reduce this loss.


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February 1, 2023
More adults across the country now hold a college degree or credential, according to the latest data from the Lumina Foundation. But major racial disparities persist.
January 31, 2023
All the Jewish members of the planning committee for a Holocaust remembrance event at James Madison University resigned, and 24 Jewish staff, faculty and faculty emeriti said they were boycotting. The university held it anyway.
January 30, 2023
Indiana University Northwest fired a Black professor after alleging he said something about killing white people. An AAUP report found “racist tropes of incompetent, angry and physically violent Black men in the language used to justify his dismissal.”
January 26, 2023
If we’re serious about inclusion, it’s time for academe to drop “Latinx” in favor of the term “Latine,” Bryan Betancur writes.
January 19, 2023
The perceived choice demeans the rationality and intellect of devout Muslims and diminishes the university practices needed to accommodate Muslim students with respect.  
January 11, 2023
Six new trustees were appointed at New College of Florida, including a cadre of controversial conservatives. The board aims to reshape the college in the image of a private Christian institution.
January 11, 2023
The university’s effort to remove racist, violent and biased language from its website morphed into a PR disaster. Other colleges’ initiatives have fared better—perhaps because they are less transparent in their practices.
January 10, 2023
Institutions need better data on faculty backgrounds, their experiences and working conditions, and (in)equities in measures of success, Laura W. Perna writes.
January 2, 2023
A critique of affirmative action fails to account for the flawed data used to "prove" bias.
December 16, 2022
The university’s next president is Claudine Gay, the daughter of Haitian immigrants and first Black woman to lead the university. Gay is set to begin her presidency next summer.



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