After a three-week sit-in, pro-divestment student protesters at The University of Mary Washington were arrested last month for refusing to vacate a university building they had been occupying.
"We would like to acknowledge and apologize to the Asian students on campus who were triggered or hurt by the content of the microaggressions in our installation."
The bill went down in defeat 9-2, with two abstaining.
Students at Rutgers University are hoping to diversify their mascot in a move to expand ethnic and gender diversity.
The two students currently enrolled in the major will be provided with the resources and appropriate classes to finish their degree in the program, and the university will continue to offer MAS courses.
Princeton professor and animal rights activist Peter Singerargued in aradio interview last week that it is “reasonable” for healthcare providers, insurance companies, and government programs such as Medicare or Medicaid to kill mentally disabled babies.
"We should be empowered with information so we can stay safe and healthy while indulging."
Is flag stomping the new #IceBucketChallange?
Dr. King once said, “love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.” With the recent events on the Valdosta State University campus, it is important to remember it is always better to love than to hate.
“It should be a shock to no one that they were on camera. As protesters, you would figure their whole mission was to get attention.”
Lawmakers across the country want to add their states to the short list of states that allow students, faculty, and staff to legally carry concealed firearms on college campuses.
The Johns Hopkins University Student Government Association (SGA) has demanded the university consider “non-discriminatory alternatives” to Chick-fil-A because it believes the chain’s support of traditional marriage is a “microaggression.”
Feminists at Oberlin College, upset that a student group would bring Christina Hoff Sommers to campus, hung posters that individually declared Republican and Libertarian students as “perpetuating rape culture.”
A male Columbia student filed a lawsuit against the school Thursday, claiming that the Ivy League university failed to protect him against harassment and defamation as his alleged rape of a fellow student became highly publicized in the media.
A campus police officer actively blocked students on a public university campus from speaking to their peers about a new conservative student organization last month.
"And I don't know why fraternities on this campus continuously feel the need infiltrate victim/survivor spaces, especially when men who join frats are three times more likely to rape and fraternities as a whole are hyper-masculine, rape culture perpetrating cesspools."
"So I just spent $16 on a pair of high heels that I have to spray paint red later on only to throw them in the trash after about 300 of us embarrass the U.S. Army tomorrow."
The Student Review at Chapman University posted a list of demands for school administrators which it says will make the campus more aware of, and capable of handling, hate crimes.
Right before Christina Hoff Sommers, a venerable scholar and author on modern feminism, took the stage at Oberlin College, feminist students encouraged their peers to join them in a separate location which they deemed a “safe space.”
Hillary Clinton kicked off her presidential campaign at a community college in Iowa on Tuesday, but students at Rutgers University have spent months learning about the female presidential hopeful.
"While Governor Abbott's story is inspirational, his views on inequality cannot be overshadowed by this."
“Get your shit together, Cal Poly.”
A United States veteran was briefly detained at Valdosta State University after she attempted to stop a group of African-American students from walking over the American flag in protest of white supremacy.
"We would never want to make a connection between individuals of Latino heritage or undocumented students and ‘aliens’ and I am so sorry that our College Night appeared to do exactly that."
It seems many students at the University of Washington can’t think of any reason why they should vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016 -- other than her gender.
The members of the Student Socialist Union describe themselves as “a radical group of students from a variety of left viewpoints, united by our opposition to capitalism” on their official profile found on the university’s student organization directory.
"The reality is, this is about a process of not allowing cultural appropriation for the movies being allowed into the university."
Experts are reportedly divided on whether the trend is positive or not.
“We don’t even have our bachelor degrees yet, but we know the difference between right and wrong, and we want to make a difference.”
The school will recognize illegal immigrants as “domestic” students.
"The edition was witty, smart and sharply written and was meant for nothing more but the entertainment of the student body."
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, New York postponed its screening of American Sniper, scheduled to show April 10, after receiving a request from the school’s Muslim Students Association (MSA) to cancel the screening.
Though similar attempts are in the works at universities like Yale, student unionization efforts at other schools have typically failed.
A Chapman University spokesperson told Campus Reform that school officials believe they have identified the perpetrators of the vandalism via social media posts. However, citing the student’s right to freedom of speech, the university said that it was not planning on punishing those responsible.