The chess Grandmaster had some harsh words for President Obama's handling of the Ukraine crisis.
A student at Modesto Junior College (MJC) was awarded a $50,000 settlement to after school officials ordered him to stop distributing copies of the U.S. Constitution on National Constitution Day.
Apparently, six counts of securities fraud doesn’t disqualify a former Goldman Sachs trader from teaching an honors economics course.
The director of the University of Alabama’s Ferguson Student has apologized to a pro-life group that had its display secretly removed.
Campus Reform’s Katherine Timpf joined Fox and Friends to discuss a biased textbook from the University of South Carolina.
If you got an email from MIT last week with text telling you that you had been admitted, you may want to curb your enthusiasm.
University of Ohio-Akron is bringing a “race-morphing” video game to campus which allows students to see what their faces would look like as a member of another race.
Want to learn about Constitutional law at Tufts? Better hope it's taught more often.
A former law school student at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. is in police custody, after he sent a violent 33-page email Tuesday morning to half-a-dozen faculty. The school didn't notify students of the threat for several hours.
One religiously affiliated school in Louisiana is following President Obama's lead on wages.
Weatherman becomes legend after showing obnoxious college student who is boss.
The ASA's boycott of Israeli academia is nothing new according to one history professor.
University of Hawai'i West Oahu charged students a lot of money for using services that don't exist yet.
A professor at N.C. State is claiming that the university tried to prevent him from exposing his colleagues’ false research project.
Got a "Jewish-sounding" surname? Then Mark Kleiman has a form letter for you to fax to your senator.
Duke University is building gender neutral housing for the freshman class of 2018, in order to accommodate the university’s LGBTQ students.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have planned an event intended to convince mothers to push their adult children to enroll in Obamacare.
Sarah Palin claimed “there is definitely a War on Christmas” while promoting her new book at Liberty University’s (LU) final fall convocation this past Wednesday.
Roanoke reports that Palin also stated that “revisionists” want to secularize Christmas by creating a “winter solstice season.”
Palin added that her faith is “the most important thing to me” and that it “has certainly influenced all the decisions I have made.”
Palin was at LU promoting her new book “Good Tidings and Greater Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas” and was joined on stage by LU chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. and school spokesman Johnnie Moore.
Palin was popularly received by LU students, who were excused from being late to classes if they were waiting afterward to get an autographed copy of her book.
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Montana University officials have reported that Obamacare has caused its student health insurance plan to lose so much money that the school cannot pay claims.
Austin Community College (ACC) employees are in dismay over a late November memo that suggested the school cut adjunct faculty hours due to Obamacare.
Should these Gonzaga students be expelled for having concealed weapons?
Two students at Gonzaga University have had guns returned to them by university security officials, after they were confiscated when they were used to successfully fend off a home invasion late this past October.
The University of Kentucky (UK) men’s basketball game will feature a demonstration on Friday night by a student environmentalist group upset about a coal industry tax used to fund renovations in the Rupp Arena.
According to local affiliate Fox 19, the protest is part of a weeklong series of demonstrations from November 4-11 around the state by the Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition (KSEC) to raise awareness to environmental issues.
KSEC spokesperson Cara Cooper told Campus Reform by email on Thursday that the group is protesting the use of coal severance taxes for arena renovations.
“The cause of the protest is to raise awareness around coal severance tax money being used by the state for renovations to the Rupp Arena rather than that money going to communities impacted by coal mining,” she wrote.
According to Kentucky.com, the coal severance tax is collected from coal companies based in Kentucky and is generally used to help revitalize the economy in the mining counties.
Kentucky.com also reports that Governor Beshear allocated $2.5 million from coal severance tax funds in the 2012 budget to fund the renovation of the Rupp Arena, which is not located in a mining district.
Cooper told Campus Reform her group has started a petition to raise awareness about the use of the coal severance tax funds.
“We are collecting petitions to show that Kentuckians want the coal severance tax money to go to the impacted communities rather than used for frivolous projects, like Rupp Arena renovations,” she added.
The group’s petition has been posted on moveon.org, and currently has eight signatures out of a goal of fifty.
The UK athletic department did not return a call for comment from Campus Reform in time for publication.
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On Wednesday evening the Associated Students Inc. (ASI) at the California State University, Fresno (Fresno State) voted 13-1 to pass a revised resolution which discloses information about registered sex offenders on campus.
Katherine Ann Power, a former left-wing radical and ex-fugitive involved in a 1970’s bank heist which left a Boston police officer dead, spoke at Oregon State University last Thursday.
The speech, titled “Surrender: Guerilla to Grandmother,” was hosted by the school’s Peace Studies program and featured Power discussing life on the run as detailed in her new book “Surrender,” the Daily Caller reports.
According to a description on OSU’s website, Power was the driver in a bank heist in 1970 with other radicals while a student at Brandeis University.
The group planned to use the stolen money to purchase bombs and weapons for the Black Panthers.
While on the run, Power moved to Oregon and adopted the name Alice Metzinger, married, and had a son.
In 1993, she then surrendered to authorities, after becoming tired of living life as a fugitive. Power pleaded guilty to two counts of armed robbery and manslaughter, receiving a six-year prison sentence, and was released in 1999.
Illegal immigrant students burned their high school diplomas outside Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne’s office in Phoenix on Tuesday, claiming a recent lawsuit preventing in-state tuition for illegal aliens makes their diplomas worthless.
According to a blogpost on the Phoenix New Times, afterburning their diplomas, the protesters donned graduation outfits, worked a taco stand, and attempted to deliver a burrito to Horne’s office, before being stopped by security in the lobby.
One protester held a sign alleging that Horne had cheated on his wife, while another was arrested by the authorities.
Horne filed a lawsuit this June against the Maricopa County Community College District in order to prevent them from providing in-state tuition to illegal immigrants.
The group claimed their protest was meant to symbolize their limited potential without a college degree, which would force them to work minimum wage jobs.
The protest was put on by an organization called Citizens for a Better Arizona (CBA), “a 501 C 4 nonpartisan organization committed to improving the lives of all Arizonans.”
The students protesters known as DREAMers, is a reference to their support for the DREAM Act which would grant citizenship to high school graduates brought into the United States illegally by their parents as children.
Eastern Carolina University (ECU), a public school, is set to host the “I Am NOT a Costume” event, which criticizes the use of Halloween costumes based on other cultures.
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George Washington University has been misrepresenting its admission policy for years, the GW local school newspaper The Hatchet reports. According to the paper, the school went from claiming to run a “need-blind” admissions policy to clarifying they have a “need-aware” one.
Students at Rutgers University will host an on-campus debate tomorrow night on whether or not the United States House of Representatives should pardon National Security Administration (NSA) whistle blower Edward Snowden.
The College Republicans chapter at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo have introduced a petition protesting a school policy which forces all campus groups to open membership to all students on the grounds that it interferes with the First Amendment.
A transgender student at Chapman University is seeking $2,000 to start a gender-neutral "fraority." Addie Vincent told gay and lesbian website dot49.com that she had hoped to become the first transgender woman to be initiated into a sorority at Chapman, but was cut from the process two days into rush. After she was cut, she decided to start a chapter of Theta Pi Sigma, a "gender-neutral, all-inclusive fraority." Vincent is seeking donations for the group on GoFundMe.com.
The University of Southern California (USC) and Occidental College, both under federal investigations for their handling of campus sex assaults, admitted this month they failed to report a number of sex crimes over the past few years.
University of Nebraska gives free cars and country club memberships to almost 100 of its administrators and coaches.
A New York district judge has ruled that unpaid interns cannot sue for sexual harassment because they are not technically employees, and therefore not covered by the New York Human Rights Law.