Colleges and Universities across America are holding events to prepare their students for President-elect Trump’s inauguration.
The MLA has not only rejected a proposed boycott of Israeli academic institutions, but also urged scholars not to endorse the BDS movement.
A leader of the College Democrats of America is leaving the Democratic Party to protest its shift toward "extremist rhetoric" and "identity politics."
A federal judge with ties to Yale University is concerned that recent developments “have challenged Yale’s commitment to freedom of expression.”
UT-Austin will host an Inauguration Day “twerkshop” where students will “move together like nasty women” to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Three conservative students were arrested at Kellogg Community College while handing out pocket Constitutions and recruiting for a YAL group.
“Many professors” at Marquette University require students to complete “reflection sessions” on race and privilege as part of their coursework.
A Georgetown University student group is inviting members to recover after a stressful Inauguration week with stuffed animals, juice boxes, and Legos.
Pro-life students are suing Colorado State University for allegedly denying funding for an event because officials objected to its pro-life theme.
The UW system is scrambling to cope with a tripling in reports of "hate incidents" like pro-Trump chalkings and pictures of the crucifix.
UC-Santa Cruz is hosting an anti-Trump “People’s Inauguration,” just months after administrators urged students to "cry openly" about his election.
“I would hope that even those people that are favorable toward Trump are concerned about his presidency.”
Marquette University is refusing to reinstate a conservative professor until he issues an apology and admits "guilt" for a post on his personal blog.
Anti-Trump protesters disrupted multiple Georgetown classrooms last week in an effort to resist the presidency of Donald Trump.
Members of the UC-Berkeley College Republicans claim that merely belonging to the group makes them targets for often-violent harassment by campus leftists.
Several universities are renewing their efforts to combat “toxic masculinity,” with events that will “construct new futures for masculinities.”
A recent report from the U.S. House of Representatives claims that dozens of colleges and universities have procured aborted fetal tissue.
Georgetown University is reminding students not to house strangers on campus after the College Democrats revealed plans to host inauguration protesters.
A Boston College professor says Trump’s election victory was caused by an electoral system designed to perpetuate “white heterosexual male privilege.”
SLU is sponsoring a weekly “Witnessing Whiteness” discussion group to promote "a shared understanding of privilege, whiteness, and racism.”
Pierce College Puyallup students say new all-gender bathrooms violate Title IX because they have high water pressure and hand dryers instead of towels.
GVSU is hosting a “teach-in” for MLK Day on the ways in which “fashion trends” can “impose oppressive effects on marginalized populations.”
SUNY at Buffalo is holding workshop in March titled “Capitalism or Crapitalism?” that will “explore capitalism as it relates to oppression.”
Universities across the country are participating in a "teach-in" movement this month dedicated to “challenging Trumpism.”
Despite intense criticism of Talladega College for allowing its marching band to play at Donald Trump’s inauguration, private donations are flooding in to finance the trip.
An Emory College professor is calling for “abandonment of the term ‘microaggression’” and “a moratorium on microaggression training programs.”
Even college students think BuzzFeed News embarrassed itself by printing scurrilous, unsubstantiated allegations against Donald Trump.
UW-River Falls is urging students to “check yourself” before using "offensive" terms such as "fat-ass," “illegal alien,” “ugly,” or even “you guys.”
Orange Coast College is still mulling whether to punish a student for recording a professor calling Donald Trump’s election “an act of terrorism.”
The president of the SIU system has rejected calls for "sanctuary" campuses, citing the many legal roadblocks and risks such a designation would entail.
Several universities will be hosting “alternative” Inauguration Day events for students more interested in lamenting Trump's election than celebrating it.
Democrats are calling Betsy DeVos a threat to sexual assault victims because she made donations to FIRE, a non-partisan civil liberties group.
Georgetown College Democrats members are being urged to host strangers in their homes for the upcoming Women’s March on Washington protesting Donald Trump.
More than 100 professors are demanding that UC-Berkeley cancel a Milo Yiannopoulos event, just in case there is any discrimination.
Syracuse University is warning students against potential "bias incidents" like “displaying a sign that is color-coded pink for girls and blue for boys.”
The Macalester College library is offering students a resource guide that portrays Donald Trump's election as the product of bigotry and "imperialism."
University of Oregon President Michael Schill is asserting that the right to be “free from racial harassment” is homologous to the right of free speech.
A Brown University professor is frustrated with America’s federalist system, which he believes should only be used to advance liberal policies.
Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson wants white people to open up “individual reparations accounts” to literally pay back African Americans for slavery.
The University of Central Florida is devoting an entire week to promoting social justice issues like “racial battle fatigue” and sheltering illegal immigrants.
Left-wing students are accusing the UW College Republicans president of supporting white supremacists because the CR's are hosting Milo Yiannopoulos.
Two national academic associations are among the official partners for a “Women’s March” to protest “the rhetoric of the past election cycle.”
UMD is hosting a lecture series blaming a “commitment to white supremacy” and “white America’s spiritual depravity” for Trump's unexpected victory.