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SCOTUS to again hear case against University of Texas's affirmative action

Fisher missed the top 10% deadline, placing 62nd in her class, with a 3.59 GPA. She claims that non-white students were admitted to the university with fewer extracurriculars and worse grades than her.

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Free Market: College hires Chelsea Clinton for speech after Hillary requests $275K

Together, Hillary and Bill Clinton have collected over $25 million in speaking fees since 2014.

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Profs. react on Twitter to Charleston shooting

Dr. Faheem Younus, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, went on a Twitter rant following the shootings that occurred in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Law school dean wears Che beret because it's 'funny'

"I thought it would be funny to wear that hat and talk about the relationship we forged with the University of Havana."

Mariana Barillas Jun 30, 2015 at
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Video: Hillary Clinton’s cribs shock young people

“I can see where she spends her money instead of spending it on things that really matters or would make a difference.”

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 30, 2015 at
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Jesuit university celebrates gay marriage ruling on social media

The University of San Francisco (USF), a Jesuit Catholic institution, celebrated the Supreme Court’s opinion on same-sex marriage on Twitter last week.

Mariana Barillas Jun 30, 2015 at
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Michigan student: college sex culture damages students

"I imagined an enthusiastic reunion. Or at least a wave. He simply walked away, leaving in his wake the girlish monster we had both created."

Mariana Barillas Jun 30, 2015 at
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UCLA study: porn improves performance

The study involved 280 men, half of whom were in relationships at the time.

Bethany Salgado Jun 29, 2015 at
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College advocacy group: states should "roll-back" campus carry laws after Charleston shooting

"Charleston is the latest in a series of horrific mass-shootings the nation has suffered over the years; it serves as another unfortunate post facto reminder that long-overdue sensible gun reforms can prevent future tragedies."

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 29, 2015 at
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LA Times blasts UC Berkeley 'microaggressions'

"If a university official says, ‘I believe the most qualified candidate should get the job,’ does that really mean ‘people of color are given unfair benefits?’"

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 29, 2015 at
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Fifth Circuit rejects religious universities' HHS challenge

A three judge panel for the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against several religious universities last week, in another case involving the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) contraceptive mandate.

Peter Hasson Jun 29, 2015 at
10:27 AM EDT

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Illegal immigrant graduate flies Mexican flag at graduation

Controversy erupted earlier this month as Indira Esparza, a 22-year-old Mexican illegal immigrant graduating from the Thurgood Marshall School at University of California-San Diego celebrated by proudly waving a Mexican flag at her commencement ceremony.

Pardes Seleh Jun 26, 2015 at
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Texas university's VP of diversity and inclusion to earn more than any governor

The University of North Texas (UNT) is paying its new vice president of Diversity and Inclusion a salary that exceeds that of any governor in the country.

Peter Hasson Jun 26, 2015 at
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UM-Flint spikes tuition, paid three people a chancellor-sized salary

The University of Michigan-Flint is raising tuition rates for its students after paying the equivalent salaries of three chancellors last year.

Mariana Barillas Jun 25, 2015 at
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Student allegedly threatened with failing grade for including Biblical references in group presentation

Wisconsin college student Rachel Langeberg claims she was advised to remove them and threatened by her professor with a failing grade after she included references to the Bible in a graded group presentation.

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 25, 2015 at
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Conservative lawyer gets retrial over alleged law school hiring discrimination

“It violates the First Amendment for any public employer to discriminate against its employees either in a refusal to hire or in a termination on the basis of that employee’s political beliefs.”

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 25, 2015 at
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Michigan sex assault survey comes with trigger warning

"This report uses explicit language, including anatomical names of body parts and specific behaviors, to discuss data about sexual situations...Reading this report might remind you of experiences that you, friend, or family member have gone through."

Mariana Barillas Jun 24, 2015 at
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Female prof. calls for inflated course evaluations for female profs

“Women faculty do not have a level playing field, in and out of the classroom. Such a policy would offer one concrete way to actually fix such inequalities.”

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 24, 2015 at
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Princeton prof.: beware 'Bob Jonesification' of same-sex marriage opponents

"In the name of marriage equality and nondiscrimination, liberty, especially religious liberty including liberty of conscience and genuine equality as I would defend it, are undermined."

Mariana Barillas Jun 24, 2015 at
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California State University system to recognize InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

The California State University (CSU) system has announced that it will repeal the policy which had derecognized InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapters in California because of their insistence that their leaders hold core Christian values.

Cabot Phillips Jun 23, 2015 at
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Princeton Theological Seminary prof.: racism like rain in U.S.

"He is situated in a community and a community is in part connected to the heinous act."

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 23, 2015 at
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Rapper P. Diddy arrested for three counts of assault at UCLA

"This is an unfortunate incident for all parties involved."

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 23, 2015 at
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VIDEO: Ivy League prof. says Obama America’s first 'n***erized' president

The Harvard graduate—known for his provocative commentary on racial issues and previous criticism of the president—joined CNN to discuss President Obama’s use of the n-word during an online podcast.

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 23, 2015 at
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Georgetown prof calls for gender-neutral 'Parent's Day'

"With all the debate about single mothers and fatherhood, this is why I wish we would have a PARENT'S DAY and stop gendering everything."

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 22, 2015 at
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UPenn prof: ‘I sometimes don’t want to be white either’

"I disliked my Whiteness, but I disliked the Whiteness of other White people more."

Letty Burgin Jun 22, 2015 at
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Textbook: Christianity 'strongest bulwark' of slavery

"Knowing how I feel about a particular quote might later influence how a student who is in one of my classes responds to an assigned discussion question."

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 22, 2015 at
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Video: Students say they’d vote for General Mills, Bon Jovi, and others in 2016

"Would you vote for a guy like Governor Maximus Decimus Meridius?"

Cabot Phillips Jun 19, 2015 at
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'Heterosexual privilege' board displayed in Univ. of Wisconsin residence hall

"I told the school it will never get any of my money as long as things like this are happening."

Bethany Salgado Jun 19, 2015 at
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American University to host art made of gay blood

Eagles, who is gay, developed the 7-foot-tall installation as a way of sending a message to the Food and Drug Administration regarding its current policy prohibiting men who engage in sexual activity with other men from donating blood.

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 19, 2015 at
12:38 PM EDT

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Eastern Michigan spikes tuition 7.8%

"Due to it being the summer semester, there are far fewer students on campus who would have raised a fuss and possibly protested the decision on campus."

Mariana Barillas Jun 18, 2015 at
5:31 PM EDT

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VIDEO: Protesters target Rubio at conservative conference

At the Road to the Majority conference in Washington D.C. presidential hopeful and Florida Senator Marco Rubio was interrupted by a series of college aged protesters calling for deferred action for illegal immigrants. 

Caleb Bonham Jun 18, 2015 at
1:34 PM EDT

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Toledo football coach won't lead team prayers anymore

The University of Toledo announced this week that it will no longer allow head football coach Matt Campbell to lead the team in pregame prayers.

Cabot Phillips Jun 18, 2015 at
12:46 PM EDT

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College dining hall offers gluten segregated safe zone

Two liberal arts colleges in Pennsylvania currently provide segregated areas where gluten-free students can take refuge from the protein.

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 17, 2015 at
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University bans sugary drinks on campus

"We want to walk the talk, so I do think we have that added responsibility as a health sciences campus."

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 16, 2015 at
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Prof. teaching presidential politics contributed $4,000 to Dem candidates

According to Rutgers, Mandel’s research interests include “women’s changing political roles and status; women’s political history; women’s leadership as voters and public leaders; gender and decision making; [and] the career of Hillary Rodham Clinton.”

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 16, 2015 at
10:51 AM EDT

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Disability activists protest Princeton Prof. Peter Singer

The activists took issue with Singer declaring in April that healthcare policy under Obamacare has already led doctors to kill disabled babies, an action he deemed “reasonable.”

Peter Hasson Jun 16, 2015 at
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VIDEO: Living with a liberal roommate

Liberal roommates can be tough...

Caleb Bonham Jun 15, 2015 at
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Texas passes campus carry

"By signing these bills into law, Texans can be assured that their Second Amendment rights will be stronger and more secure than ever before."

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 15, 2015 at
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OPINION: The politicization of sexual assault

The more the left force-feeds the public false stories and statistics, the more doubt will surround victims, both real and imagined.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jun 15, 2015 at
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UNC accused of discriminating against conservatives

A conservative nonprofit says it has proof that the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC) discriminated against conservatives

Caitlin Grimes Jun 12, 2015 at
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Duke students petition to 'fire' opinion editor after he publishes 'inflammatory' column

"We believe that such a response could have a negative impact on the ability of students to engage in open dialogue on a campus full of students ranging from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences."

Letty Burgin Jun 12, 2015 at
3:28 PM EDT

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Black-ish: African-American prof., NAACP president is white

"Some people live in a #DreamWorld and other people #FaceReality."

Cabot Phillips Jun 12, 2015 at
12:17 PM EDT

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Expelled male student sues college for faulty rape trial

“While the accuser waited 21 months to file her charges, Doe received ten days before he met with the investigator..”

Gabriella Morrongiello Jun 12, 2015 at
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Michigan vets can receive college credit for some military service

"It will help the veteran make the transition to employment quicker and it will make the most of that GI Bill benefit that they've earned."

Cabot Phillips Jun 12, 2015 at
11:16 AM EDT

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Study: Sexual assault prevention program decreased rapes by 50%

Women who received 12 hours of training were 46 percent less likely to be raped and the program reduced the risk of attempted rape by 63 percent.

Bethany Salgado Jun 12, 2015 at
10:21 AM EDT

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UCLA student group hosts 'Queerceañera'

"We can queer this s*** up."

Cabot Phillips Jun 12, 2015 at
10:16 AM EDT

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