The Twittersphere is demanding the resignation of Western Washington University (WWU) President Bruce Shepard for repeatedly calling the number of white students on campus a “failure.”
University bases success on the color of its students not the content of the curriculum.
According to the research, men shave their pubic hair to "feel cleaner" and "muscular," women shave in order to "seek normalcy."
The University of Kentucky has halted a campus-wide health services survey several days early after garnering national attention.
A University of North Carolina student blurred the lines between censorship and “sexual violence” Saturday night when she fought to ban both the DJ and a popular Grammy-nominated song from Fitzgerald’s Irish Pub due to its supposed advocacy of rape culture.
“How To Be a Lesbian in 10 Days or Less” has been cancelled, and Butchy McDyke responds.
The University of Utah is “seriously” considering changing its 110-year-old fight song over concerns that the title “Utah Man” is sexist and the phrase “our coeds are the fairest” is racist.
As the overall cost of higher education continues to skyrocket, universities are beginning to address a growing need among students—a need for nourishment.
Students at Ivy League schools worry about keeping their grades and test scores up but not usually their weight.
“Vulvas too confusing? Having trouble masturbating? Wanna please your consenting female-bodied friend?”
A female-to-male transgender student has filed a discrimination complaint against his Christian university, claiming the school must allow him to live in men’s dormitories regardless of its theological principles.
Ohio lawmakers are preemptively moving to prevent student athletes from unionizing.
A campus-wide email from the University of Kentucky’s health services has left some students feeling uncomfortable after asking intrusive questions about religion and sexuality.
The university trashed the distribution bins for the conservative student paper. The students didn't take it lying down.
When a university's website assures you that its virtual classrooms "are genuinely working and also in compliance with Fed law," perhaps you should hesitate to enroll.
The GLBT resource center has booked the first transgender judge in Texas, an alumna, to serve as commencement speaker.
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Cecile Richards will also receive the Barnard Medal of Distinction, the school’s highest honor.
The student government voted down a resolution to divest from "socially irresponsible companies that violate Palestinian human rights."
"I would not take for granted that the Northwesterns of the world would continue to play Division 1 sports."
“Loyola University Chicago has NOT adopted a resolution calling for the University to withdraw or refrain from investing in certain companies providing products and services in Israel.”
"There is no scientific consensus whatsoever that fat people need to exercise more, or that fat is unhealthy."
Stanford has "found" $5,600 in funding for security at the conservative group's conference. Initially, the group was to foot the cost themselves after an outcry from LGBT groups.
A University of Georgia professor is facing multiple charges after issuing an odd request to one of his female students upon learning she would be spending her spring break in Mexico.
Some graduate assistant Jayhawks are concerned they could get rocked and chalked financially if the school cuts their hours.
At Stanford University, silencing the voices of one student organization is apparently pertinent in order to protect the feelings of another.
A group of professors at Furman University used Facebook to openly mock a student group’s effort to bring a creation vs. evolution debate to campus.
The organization crashed a Holocaust Awareness Week event in 2011 and its spokesman has a tendency to wear clothing bearing Hezbollah and Palestinian Islamic Jihad symbols.
This Colorado school has 600 adjunct professors who'll be prohibited from working over 30 hours per week.
The College attempted to appease the progressive groups by showing it shared their goals. Those groups are unsatisfied.
The group used the description that appears on her official college biography.
A constitutional amendment in 1996 prevents the state from giving preferential treatment in employment, contracting, and education.
Fraternity brothers wore baggy shorts, sorority sisters dressed up as cowgirls.
The event description promises to take the “conversation to the next level” from what was discussed in the fall.
Rutgers University is hosting a female orgasm workshop so extensive it promises to have something for “orgasm aficionados and beginners of all genders,” Campus Reform has learned.
“For example, if I am working out a long equation on the board and several students try to correct me using their laser sights, am I allowed to fire a warning shot?”