“Does this event make you or someone you know feel unsafe?”
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."
“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.”
Vandals wrote messages on several crosses: “would you support if this life was gay?” and “would you support if this life were trans?”
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.
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.
Football season is still months away, but already the University of Michigan’s coach Jim Harbaugh has his first victory--and it’s against the university.
The University of Michigan (U-M) has decided to show American Sniper in an “appropriate space” after initially cancelling the showing of the film because of complaints.
Students for Change, an anti-discrimination group on Binghamton University’s campus, met with university President Harvey Stenger late last month to address a list of 25 demands the group presented to Provost Donald Nieman in late December.
“The true concept of ‘privilege’ is simply a bad attitude because somebody has something you don’t.”
"[I]f your politics are rooted in the contemporary anti-Black, misogynist, homophobic conservatism, then we are not serving the same God."
"This is a personal attack on an honor student because they couldn’t defend the egregious actions of their staff members."
"That’s really the end goal— that professors and other faculty and staff and other students realize that what they’re doing, the stuff they’re saying really...has an impact."
“To be eligible to participate in this study, you must identify as bisexual, so not everyone will be able to do this one.”
Extracurricular activities just aren’t what they used to be.
“We’re members of the media and we’re trying to get students’ voices out there and we have two men continuously standing in front of students blocking our questions.”
The display, which was the work of the Pro-Life Mavericks, consisted of 2,900 small wooden crosses on the Central Library Mall. The number of crosses is intended to represent the number of children killed by abortion each day.
A bulletin board in an Appalachian State University residence hall--put up by a resident assistant--claims that Christian students have more “privilege” because of their faith.
However, the majority of the team wasn't even present at the off-campus party...
The change is an effort to make students who are admitted for the spring semester feel less inferior to those admitted in the fall.
Another privilege bulletin board has surfaced in an Appalachian State University residence hall, urging students to “check their privilege”--this time, their Christian privilege.
The Associated Students of the University of New Mexico(ASUNM) voted unanimously earlier this month to officially recognize a new holiday: Indigenous Peoples’ Resistance and Resilience Day.
On Monday, the entire campus will meet to talk about the campus climate and how to improve the Connecticut College community, according to NBC Connecticut. Multiple staff members will also be on hand to counsel students.
A North Carolina State University administrator is encouraging student leaders to censor speech they don’t like in a tunnel dedicated to free speech on campus.
A professor at the University of Michigan-Flint put up a poster of Christopher Columbus as a wanted criminal on the anthropology program’s faculty board.
Donna Shalala, former Department of Health and Human Services secretary and outgoing President of the University of Miami, tried more than once to deny young female students a chance to organize a conservative club on campus.
Ten students dressed in brightly colored graduation caps and gowns were arrested in front of the Supreme Court on Friday’s dreary afternoon as they blocked traffic to protest the Republican’s budget plan, which includes cuts to the Pell Grant.
Richard Lindzen, a retired MIT professor, believes that the recent surge in the number of scientists being ostracized for their beliefs is a direct result of the money being poured into the climate change debate.
"What they cannot be is faith-based where someone has to have a profession of faith to be that leader."
Several students and bystanders at the University of Oregon (UO) engaged in a heated exchange with a pair of pro-life demonstrators and attempted to destroy their signage.
"[The billboard] implies that men are the primary financial supporters of women and that women are materialistic and portrayed as having no other value outside of the kitchen. This is especially egregious towards students at our institution as many of us are working towards financial independence in hopes to have successful careers and equality in our relationships."