But using fetal tissue is deemed "vital to finding treatments and cures for a wide variety of adult and childhood diseases and medical conditions."
Students and faculty at the school rallied to show support for bringing refugees to the United States, and Maryland in particular.
In a letter, the provost said she didn't realize that the entire student body wasn't in support of the tactics used by those protesting.
The law professor says the school is hiding evidence that admissions bias hurts minority students.
According to a Pew survey, 40 percent of millennials and 35 percent of Democrats favor government restrictions on offensive speech.
Peter Drucker blamed the attacks in Paris on France’s historical conflicts with Syria and blamed U.S. involvement on oppression in the Middle East.
The school's Board of Regents and President announced the university will move forward with a plan to have a moment of recognition in future years.
The group declares that despite ending the sit-in, they “are not going away.”
A student coalition on the campus has set out to protect "diversity of thought and the right of all students to advance their academic and personal convictions in a manner free from intimidation.”
The school sent a campus email alert after a student reported a “bias incident” involving an image of a Confederate flag displayed on a laptop.
Residents are told to refrain from projecting their opinions without using the pronoun "I" and to maintain gender neutrality in their language.
The “Sex Week” featured workshops on masturbation, sex letter writing and how to participate in sex involving bondage and sadomasochism in the dorm room.
As part of an event on diversity and inclusion in the labor movement, professors at Cornell University displayed cartoons depicting Republicans as knife-wielding terrorists, raving lunatics, and even molesters.
Wilson served as Princeton’s president prior to his election to national office—hence the tributes to him on campus that students now feel are unbecoming.
One course, "Identity 101," will teach students how race, gender and sexual orientation “connect to larger systems of power, privilege and oppression.”
Republican State Sen. Brian Birdwell has sought the interpretation of Attorney General Ken Paxton on the legality of campus carry limitations.
The student government at Ashland University voted unanimously Tuesday to pass a resolution supporting free expression.
“While you may want to invite a white friend or ally... we ask that you do not.”
"[W]e object in the strongest fashion to institution-sanctioned physical safe spaces whose purpose is to discriminate based on racial or sexual identities, and which physically bar certain students from their premises."
University of Kansas student government leaders are accused of not standing in "solidarity with their black peers" and not proclaiming "that Black Lives Matter."
Following recent protests at Occidental College in support of recent protests at the University of Missouri, the faculty with the Coalition at Occidental for Diversity and Equity (CODE) has released a statement in support of the walkout.
Student protesters at Amherst College are applauding President Biddy Martin for her response to their demands for various diversity initiatives, even though it does not include concrete commitments.
The president of Skidmore College is actively encouraging students to walkout out of classes in protest of racism and in solidarity with the protests at Mizzou.
"The Cat in the Hat...does not recognize the urgency of...our need to address community-wide issues surrounding race and social justice..."
Two Grand Valley State University deans denounced legislation that would allow students to carry their CPL firearms on campus.
The headlines we were tempted to run, and the commentary we couldn’t.
The child chanted, "It is our duty to fight for our freedom. It is our duty to win. We must love each other and support each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains.”
While praising the activism of students and faculty protesting alleged racism at the University of Missouri last week, President Obama also chastised them for repressing contrary opinions.
"[A]ll faculty and staff, especially those who interact with students on a regular basis, must participate in a mandatory diversity training provided by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion."
The resolution begins by stating that "the Syrian Civil War is in its fifth year, and there is no indication that a peaceful resolution to the conflict is forthcoming."
Campus Reform has created an interactive map to sort out all the schools participating in 'Stand with Mizzou' protests.
Students at Vanderbilt University have created an online petition, calling for the suspension of professor Carol Swain and mandatory diversity training for all faculty.
The student government also encouraged students to continue engaging in "discourse on racism, diversity, and inclusion" on their campus.
The group, now calling themselves 'Next Yale,' released a list of 19 demands Thursday night.
In a statement released Wednesday, the school's president reaffirmed free speech and drew contrast between Purdue’s speech policies and practices of those at Yale and Mizzou.