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By Jim Brown at Agape Press
A higher education watchdog group has unveiled its annual "Campus Outrage Awards," documenting the worst "absurdities" and most egregious examples of political correctness on college campuses this year.
The president of Harvard University receiving a faculty vote of no confidence for suggesting that innate differences might account for some of the inequalities between men and women in certain fields of endeavor; and Duke University hosting a Palestine Solidarity Movement conference with a segment designed to recruit students for terrorist groups such as Hamas and Islamic Jihad -- those are just two of the dubious honorees on the winners' list at the Collegiate Network's 2005 Polly Awards... Download file "'Pollys' Spotlight Politically Correct Excesses On U.S. Campuses"
Schools: Duke University Harvard University Carnegie Mellon University Le Moyne College University of Nevada, Las Vegas Occidental College Cases: Le Moyne College: Dismissal of Student for Dissenting Views Occidental College: Use of Harassment Charges to Suppress Protected Speech