Retired four-star general and superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute J. H. Binford Peay III released a memorandum to cadets, parents, and faculty following the Washington Free Beacon’s bombshell report that the famed military academy was offering coloring books to cadets to deal with stress before finals.
Cadets, parents, and alumni of the Virginia Military Institute are speaking out after the Washington Free Beacon’s exclusive report that the prestigious military academy is offering students coloring books to deal with stress.
The U.S. Naval Academy is bringing in Google employees to provide voluntary “Transgender 101” training to midshipmen this week as part of an ongoing “safe space” training series.
A prestigious military school is providing coloring books for cadets to deal with stress.
The Virginia Military Institute, the first state-sponsored military college in the country founded in 1839, offers a “stress busters” program to provide students with yoga classes to “unwind and relax.”
The Department of Housing and Urban Development officially banned smoking in public housing Wednesday, forcing disabled and elderly tenants out on the street to smoke a cigarette.
The Environmental Protection Agency is entering its second phase of a data project to collect information on the sexual orientation of its employees.
Sen. James Lankford (R., Okla.) released a report Monday chronicling billions of dollars misused by the federal government.
The head researcher behind the government-funded project to track “misinformation” and “hate speech” online is now getting into the fact-checking business.
The National Institutes of Health has no system in place to track which federal facilities are receiving taxpayer dollars.
The National Institutes of Health is spending roughly a quarter of a million dollars to create a video game about reproductive health.