As the University of Virginia announced a plan to increase tuition by 11 percent--one of the highest increases in the country--the public university locked students out of the library where its board members were meeting Wednesday afternoon.
Allowing concealed carry on campus will only perpetuate rape culture, according to the University of North Carolina’s The Daily Tar Heel's editorial board.
“We have to get people who really want the government to do what it’s supposed to do, which is run things.”
Cornell University’s assistant dean of students agreed to allow an ISIS student group on campus, and would allow them to bring a “freedom fighter” to campus to conduct trainings for students.
In founding the Network of enlightened Women (NeW) at the University of Virginia in 2004 and working with women across the country to start chapters, l have seen firsthand how colleges and universities—and members of the political left who often lead them—use their power to control and shape debate on college campuses.
"Were the college founded thirty years ago, perhaps the decision to participate in federal programs would be easy."
"If the logic for banning hoop skirts extended to other social practices, then we ought to ban mint juleps and chewing tobacco."
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and the Republican Party represent “extremist” political movements hell-bent on rescinding civil rights protections for minority groups, according to a course curriculum assigned to students at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas.
Young feminists who recently attended the 11th annual National Young Feminist Leadership Conference (NYFLC) will return to their college campuses with a new rallying call: “Pro-life men have got to go.”
The University of Scranton announced last month that it will no longer provide coverage for abortions employees’ insurance plans.
"Having our culture used for playtime and dress up places an image of a fairytale fantasy, which results in believing Natives cease to exist."
A male student at the private Reed College in Oregon gained national attention for supposedly being banned from class discussions as he refuted the widely debunked statistic that says one in five college women have been sexually assaulted, but his story has suddenly taken a weird turn.
"As Young Women for America, we oppose the growing trend of anti-Semitism on college campuses."
"Sports are the remaining institution in the United States wherein sex segregation of men and women and boys and girls is both culturally accepted (and expected) and legally enforced (i.e. Title IX). As such, sports become an important site for the reaffirmation and/or challenge of supposed natural, gendered differences and men’s physical dominance, which often serves to justify and uphold men’s political, cultural, and economic dominance."
It is unclear whether or not the organization’s actions were in compliance with the university’s Discrimination & Harassment Prevention Policy.
The student alleges that Contractor told his students in class that the forty-seven senators who signed the letter to Iran committed an act of treason.
One of the fraternity’s Facebook pages, called “Covert Business Operations,” had already been taken down after a female found a topless photo of herself on the page and threatened to take action. The second private page, “2.0,” was then created and remained open and active throughout the police investigation with almost 150 members.
"The United States has declared war on Venezuela! The United States has declared war on Venezuela!"
"We are born into a racial hierarchy, and every interaction with media and culture confirms it—our sense that, at a fundamental level, we are superior."
“[W]ith our help, you will master the lick of the irish, just in time for St. Patty's day.”
"Although a lot of us have similar views as he does, we feel like it’s a giant middle finger to us."
“Offering the LGBTQ minor is a real indicator of what the campus climate is like,” Hoagland said in a statement. “When these programs are available, it makes a statement that this is important to us.”
The Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement has resonated with student governments on American college campuses since 2005, but no college has yet to actually divested from Israel.
It’s not often that you’ll find a pro-Second Amendment editorial in a college newspaper, but Mark Ciavola recently penned one for the University of Nevada-Las Vegas’s 'The Rebel Yell.'
The new Freedom of Expression policy allows students to utilize a reservation system and simply notify the dean of students or campus police if spontaneous events grow larger than 10 people.
“I do not think they should have any blanks like that going [off] near [campus], because, who knows, maybe someone may actually have a gun and shoot back,” Bruce Stoner, a computer technology professor, told Campus Reform. “You know, if I had one, and I heard someone shooting at students, I wouldn’t think twice about taking him out.”
Mandatory social justice training would teach students how to understand “privilege, agency, oppression, [and] microaggressions” and recognize the “importance of gender identity and pronouns.”
"I’m just happy that the whole process is over with."
[W]hen the event took place, university police allegedly spent time at the free speech wall looking for the presence of “hate speech.”
"Choosing to eat meat outside of a life and death situation means the craving for a hamburger is more important than the entire life of the cow being eaten."
Professors around the country are voicing support for the attempted ban on the American flag at the University of California, Irvine.
"We admire the courage of the resolution's supporters amid this environment of political immaturity and threat, and support them unequivocally."
The Quinnipiac University sorority chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta canceled a charity event after a poster promoting the event, featuring maracas, offended a Latina student.
"No other publication on campus does that for students, and we are reaching a dangerous line when a university committee warns us that they will be watching what we publish to ensure it doesn't hurt anybody's feelings."
"...[I]t can signal a welcoming environment and a place of academic and personal support."
"This bill ensures that tuition increases are justified by progress and production in rigorous standards and I expect universities to perform in exceptional fashion."