A bill working its way through the Texas legislature would force campus police departments to comply with federal immigration law or lose state funding.
UC-Berkeley is reconsidering the “hands-off” approach of campus police during the violent "anti-fascist" riot that destroyed parts of campus.
Chinese students at UC-San Diego are preparing to “resist” a commencement speech by the Dalai Lama, allegedly at the behest of the Chinese government.
UNO will soon host a workshop for "Anti-Racist Allies" on resisting "the white supremacist and misogynist regime we now find ourselves under."
Northern Arizona University recently hosted a “Specter of Fascism” event at which professors repeatedly compared the "Trump regime" to Nazis.
UNC administrators condemned a flier found on campus encouraging violence against Donald Trump supporters, calling it antithetical to free speech.
Orange Coast College insists that new signs referencing a ban on classroom recordings is not related to an embarrassing video of one of its professors.
A feminist organization at a Minnesota college recently invited students to batter a Donald Trump effigy during a school-wide recruitment fair.
After Yale’s decision to rename Calhoun College, activists are demanding that Clemson re-designate a building named for a racist Democrat politician.
A College of William & Mary student group is hosting an “Abortion Speak-Out” to “end the stigma” and “build power, solidarity, and empathy.”
The Columbia Human Rights Law Review has created a "Trump Human Rights Tracker" to catalog policies it considers a "threat to human rights."
A Colorado State University employee openly shamed two conservative students, posting pictures of them on Facebook labeled “local racist” one and two.
An MSU professor had to apologize after sharing humorous Trump-themed valentines that apparently offended some "Latinx" students.
UMich professors plan to address the Trump presidency with a “fascism teach-in” warning that the “regime change” will “erode democratic institutions.”
The UC-Irvine College Republicans president was denied access to a Women’s Conference because the student body president doesn't like her "values."
Students are calling on the University of Chicago to disinvite former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, saying his speech “normalizes bigotry.”
Students are demanding that Howard University cut all ties with the White House, even requesting an outright ban against Trump appearing on campus.
The UCF "Knights for Socialism" recently cajoled classmates, and even several small children, to beat effigies of Donald Trump and other Republicans.
The previously anonymous student, Caleb O’Neil, has also received a number of other sanctions for recording his professor.
Several colleges are offering counseling, puppy playtime, and guided meditation this Valentine’s Day for students’ stressed out by the holiday.
A University at Buffalo pharmacy student is pleading for relief from NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s executive order banning state-funded travel to North Carolina.
MassArt recently hosted an event for children to make Valentine’s Day cards “against Islamophobia.”
Students at Gettysburg College assembled a “Trump wall” in the school’s library criticizing many of Trump's policies and appointments.
A University of Chicago student group is planning a workshop on “alternatives to calling the police,” even in emergencies.
UCLA has paid at least eight professors up to $1,000 each to teach workshops on the 2016 election, many of which have a decidedly anti-Trump slant.
Parents are dismayed that New Trier High School is refusing to alter a civil rights “Seminar Day” they consider heavily biased in favor of liberal views.
Three Clemson professors concluded a week-long hunger strike by challenging administrators to debate President Trump’s executive order on immigration.
A student group is suing GMU, seeking to force the school to publicly disclose all grant and gift agreements it has with the Koch brothers.
Nearly 50 school employees have joined students at Clemson University to form an anti-Trump protest group inspired by an online manifesto.
Blocking traffic, damaging property, and other "extreme" protest behaviors can reduce popular support for social movements, a new study concludes.