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Members of the student protest group Concerned Student 1950 speak following the announcement that University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe would resign.
November 12, 2015 Here's an idea: Instead of worrying about the students who point out violent threats on Yik Yak, worry about the students making threats.
As the U.S. workforce continues to become more diverse, researchers are now more than ever examining diversity and bias in the work place.
January 24, 2015 There is a common belief that requiring the use of "politically correct" language in the workplace stifles creativity. Researchers decided to see if that notion held up to scrutiny.
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March 12, 2012 The assistant dean of students at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and blog readers share their reactions to the term "politically correct."
March 8, 2012 In last week's column, I asked whether it was taking political correctness too far to question the word "nutcase" in an NPR report. Most readers agreed it wasn't, but some – including NPR's own Vice President of Diversity — disliked framing the conversation in terms of "political correctness."
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