“We came up with the idea when Pornhub attempted to raise funds for breast cancer research. When they were denied, despite offering to double their raised funds because they were an adult site, it made us realize how unfair that was,” Carrera said.
"Middle income families that have worked hard and saved to send their children to college should receive our support, not a new tax bill to pay for his agenda."
At Arizona State University (ASU), students can now learn about the “problem of whiteness” in America.
Students at Ithaca College want the school’s Native American studies minor to be renamed “Indigenous studies” to make it more racially inclusive.
“The white male canon is not sufficient for theorizing the lives of marginalized people.”
Making community college free to students “is really so important to the security of the United States of America,” according to Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.).
Free speech may soon be a luxury on the University of Kentucky’s campus after the school’s student government surveyed the university community on how much they’d like to restrict the First Amendment through free speech zones.
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of a world where people are judged by the content of their character instead of the color of their skin is still just that at Mount Holyoke College--a dream.
Students at Colorado College (CC) can now earn credit for studying the 2004 chick flick Mean Girls, starring Lindsay Lohan.
After Mount Holyoke College students decided to discontinue their annual production of the Vagina Monologues, in honor of the college’s new definition of a woman, the author of the popular play is speaking out against the students’ accusations.
A student at Florida State University (FSU) has become an Internet sensation for her rap videos and artistic works about menstruation, rape culture and feminist issues, all funded by the school’s grant money.
To combat supposed misogyny and racism on college campuses, a recent panel of professors and “gender justice” warriors said women and black students should get to speak first in class.
Indiana University (IU) hung up white guilt posters in the residence halls across campus last week, where students could comment on how they felt “as a member of a majority race.”
“The history of police violence against black people is as long as the history of policing itself; arguably, the first organized police forces in the US were slave patrols in South Carolina," the syllabus says.
"Student athletes put in the same amount of time and dedication to perform on the court; it is only fair as a student body and fan base we cheer them on equally."
"[W]e want a public commitment from the Clemson University Administration to prosecute criminally predatory behaviors and defamatory speech committed by members of the Clemson University community (including, but not limited to, those facilitated by usage of social media)."
Columbia University is offering its student journalists a chance to attend a workshop on covering gun violence funded by an anti-gun organization.
A male professor at the University of Texas at Austin has found the missing ingredient when discussing sexual assault--the patriarchy.
The short email included a brief message and a video that featured a discussion on the positive relationship between democracy and religion, led by a Harvard Business School professor. In the video, the professor discusses how religion is the cause of law-abiding citizens. He suggests that as the country becomes less religious there will be less desire to follow the law and even a need for more police officers.
In a pair of recent interviews, University of London professor Gilbert Achcar placed the blame for the recent terrorist attacks in Paris squarely at the feet of the United States, France, and the Western world.
Education experts collaborated on a diversity project that they claim reveals the microaggression-filled environments females and students of color consistently face on college campuses.
New York Time’s executive editor Dean Baquet called a University of Southern California professor an “asshole” on social media after the professor questioned the paper’s decision not to publish the controversial Charlie Hebdo cartoons that resulted in the Parisian terrorist attack earlier this week.
"Eventually, I figured it might be interesting to explore a day in my life in Barcelona: American Privilege Edition. I woke up and ate a couple Ritz crackers I bought last night. Check. Turned on the radio and jammed to the new Taylor Swift song. Check."
President Barack Obama announced Thursday his plan to make community college free to those who are “willing to work for it.”
“My movement on campus has been restricted because I wrote an article...And this punishment has been imposed without any due process.”
Students who prefer the virtual arena to a football stadium are in luck--at least at Pikeville University.
"I want to be completely clear: I unambiguously denounce the attacks, not only for the needless death and destruction they immediately caused, but because of the inevitable backlash they will bring down on the Muslim community in France and elsewhere."
Twelve people were left dead after two gunmen shot several staff members of Charlie Hebdo, a French magazine, but according to a humanities professor, the attack was warranted as the journalists belonged to “a newspaper devoted to hate speech.”
"The service academies are all Potemkin villages, facades with nothing behind them: they don’t teach morals, they don’t make better officers, and they cost you a bundle."
The University of California, Riverside is offering students course credit to register voters in support of pro-union candidates through labor activism internships.
"I’ve been pulled into this conversation several times now, and each time I grow a bit more self-conscious. Very few people like to have their speech mocked."
Increased healthcare costs associated with Obamacare are reportedly “causing distress” and generating “anxiety” among faculty at Harvard University, despite the university paying professors an average salary of over $198,000.
The average U.S. college freshman reads at a seventh grade level, according to education expert Dr. Sandra Stotsky.
“Pity the poor mother who wants to enjoy the holiday season and pass along the delight and warmth of various yuletide traditions but who doesn’t particularly want to put the Christ back in Christmas."
Apparently, reporting on public comments by a student leader can be “cyber stalking” and “libel” at Brandeis University. But who would've thought a student reporter could get death threats over it?
If you don't understand "queer issues" than this video is for you. Or maybe it's not...
The church needs to focus less on religion and converting people in an effort to become less “churchy,” according to Stanford University’s Dean for Religious Life, The Very Reverend Dr. Jane Shaw.
"We are eager to welcome Justin back to campus for the start of our second semester in January, or whenever he is ready to return, and we will do everything we can to support him through this period."