Fraternity brothers wore baggy shorts, sorority sisters dressed up as cowgirls.
The event description promises to take the “conversation to the next level” from what was discussed in the fall.
Rutgers University is hosting a female orgasm workshop so extensive it promises to have something for “orgasm aficionados and beginners of all genders,” Campus Reform has learned.
“For example, if I am working out a long equation on the board and several students try to correct me using their laser sights, am I allowed to fire a warning shot?”
The couple agreed to submit to a background check but declined to sign the college's non-discrimination policy.
Other demands include pro bono legal assistance to enrolled illegal immigrants and a multi-million dollar commitment to hiring minority faculty.
The university makes no mention of her political past.
A cadre of professors is resisting efforts to unionize the faculty at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC).
According to one Harvard columnist, there is some inconvenient research which academia should silence.
First Lady Michelle Obama seems to think that calling people names will make them buy something. Campus Reform put that idea to the test.
The award was created before George Zimmerman was found not guilty of murder.
A university spokesman said he did not know if the school would be checking the identification of those on campus to determine if someone was underage.
The college's mission includes fostering an aesthetic appreciation of arts and literature, acquainting students with Christ's teachings.
The President of the University of Virginia’s (UVA) Environmental Sciences Organization says that speakers who are “scientifically illiterate” shouldn’t be invited to campus.
The professor compared the undead to other great foes in the history of American pop culture: Indians, slaves, and "Hispanic narco-traffickers."
Guilty before proven innocent?
A University of South Carolina textbook has one student whistleblower outraged over its accusations that President Ronald Reagan was sexist and conservatives view people as incapable of “charity” and "lazy."
An illegal immigrant is campaigning for student body president at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Conference says that the Empire State ought to be "at the forefront" of "efforts to support immigrant populations."
Administrators at the University of Alabama removed a pro-life display from the Ferguson Student Center which they said contained “offensive” material.
This school already charges one of the highest student fees in the state.
Campus Reform’s Katherine Timpf joined Fox and Friends to discuss the current state of millennials and some of the problems young Americans may encounter in the coming years.
Minimum wage and progressive politics in the name of Jesus Christ according to this Maryland Democrat.
It seems like he would be cold.
A satellite branch of a Mexican university in South Texas is offering a course in how to become a U.S. citizen.
The Sex Week will also offer how-to workshops on dirty talk, oral sex, roleplay, and a circus-themed workshop on “partner acrobatics.”
The author of an analysis and essay that set forth the concept of "white privilege" will speak at the Spokane, Washington university Tuesday evening.
These fed up feminist students decided to film a porno in the library to combat “gender tension."
The University of Montana hosted a “public dialogue” last Tuesday so people could “gain [a] better understanding of what white privilege means in a predominantly white state.”
Wikipedia is too masculine, so several schools are editing articles about art to make them more feminist.
Watch President Obama's State of the Union address? Neither did most of these students.
Raising money to fight testicular cancer may become much more inclusive at this university.
Just how risque is the "Lascivious Ball?"
The vote will be held on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico instead of deep in the heart of the Lone Star State.
The nation’s top 25 liberal arts colleges all imperil free speech according to a study released Monday by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA).