A professor of sociology at DePaul University reportedly resigned publicly Friday, declaring free speech “delusional” in response to the explosive incident at Milo Yiannopoulos’ event Tuesday night.
A program intended to promote diversity at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is backfiring, while a very different program at Vassar College is attracting diversity without even trying.
"Chancellor Gillman knowingly speaks untruths when he claims that there is no anti-Semitic and anti-Zionism problem at UCI."
Activist groups are demanding that Princeton University do more to support students with “invisible” disabilities following a 20-day hunger strike by a former graduate student.
Submitting to the demands of student protesters, the University of Massachusetts has decided to sell its investments in fossil fuels, making it the first major university in the country to divest from the industry.
A professor at the University of Kansas has lost her job after allegedly inappropriately using a racial slur in class, despite a lengthy investigation that cleared her of all charges.
Skidmore College is receiving more than $1 million to “explore diversity through art,” and is planning new courses to complement art exhibits from “diverse or traditionally underrepresented artists.”
Earlier this month, a professor at Santa Monica Community College led students in an ‘EcoSexual Sextravaganza’ in which participants ‘married the ocean.’
A profile in The New Yorker suggests that student protesters at Oberlin College had circulated a petition demanding that professors lower their grading standards so students could divert more attention to their social justice efforts.
Dozens of civil rights groups are demanding a response from the University of California, Irvine administration for its failure to address a pattern of hostility and aggression against Jewish students.
Milo Yiannopoulos’ appearance at DePaul University was cut short Tuesday after several Black Lives Matter protesters stormed the stage, stealing the microphone from a moderator and blowing a safety whistle in the conservative firebrand’s face until he was forced to leave the event.
A new study claims that highly religious college students would be particularly easy to recruit as social justice warriors, arguing for “educational” programs to promote their conversion to the cause.
LGBT activists at Montana State University are protesting the school’s decision to name a building after Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte because of his stance on gay marriage.
Protesters at Bellevue College are calling for the “expulsion” of students found guilty of “hate speech” in response to an alleged string of insensitive messages that appeared on campus over the past several months.
After a tumultuous year of protests and the resignation of several officials, the University of Missouri system will conduct a “diversity audit” to assess current policies and suggest new ones.
Yale University opened more than 300 gender-neutral bathrooms just days ahead of its annual commencement ceremony as part of a radical new "all-gender bathroom project."
A student at Southern Oregon University was forced to suspend his campaign for a senate seat on his school’s student government after an opposing candidate filed a grievance against him for refusing to use gender-neutral pronouns.
"I was just so lucky that someone recognized me and protected me when I ducked into that random room."
Under pressure from student leaders, the Pomona College faculty voted last week to include a consideration of a professor’s “attent[ion] to diversity in the student body” in the College’s criteria for promotion and tenure.
Lt. Gen. William Boykin announced Friday that he has been reinstated to his professorship at Hampden-Sydney College after the school initially terminated his contract for what Boykin attributed to his open criticism of the Obama administration’s “Bathroom Bill” dictate.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion resigned Thursday, the day before a bill stripping his department of state funding is due to become law barring an unexpected veto by Gov. Bill Haslam.
A new report argues that disgraced former University of Missouri professor Melissa Click was fired due to political pressure, not for assaulting a student journalist at last year’s protests.
"Cutting off Federal funding for a ROTC program [at] an institution [displaying the Confederate flag] raises First Amendment concerns."
"[C]learly incidents such as these persist within SAE."
Unconstitutional "free speech zones" are now a thing of the past in the Grand Canyon State.
Professors are lashing out at Gov. Bruce Rauner’s (R) appointment of a part-time lecturer to represent faculty on the Illinois Board of Higher Education, complaining the choice is anti-union.
According to the law professors, these OCR directives have had detrimental consequences for basic rights on college campuses.
Mizzou’s “Ad Hoc Joint Committee on Protests, Public Spaces, Free Speech, and the Press” will soon make public recommendations to campus administrators on how to enforce two policies “that went unused during November’s protests.”
"I ask why Jewish students do not get this kind of concern when, year after year, these anti-Israel events come to our campus."
"I’ve had people come up and tell me straight out, ‘you’re a female. I can’t believe you would vote for a Republican candidate."
"[A] revolution—which is what we’re advocating for—more or less threatens their comfortable life situation."
A "Blue Lives Matter" display at Dartmouth College was completely removed and replaced with reproachful flyers bearing the signature "#blacklivesmatter."
Springfield College recently cancelled a “Men in Literature” course on the grounds that its inordinate emphasis on one gender creates a “hostile environment” for women.
The University of Minnesota Senate has punted on a proposed affirmation of free speech principles, postponing the decision until fall amid concerns that the document includes protections for “hateful” speech.
Hundreds of students at Portland State University shut down traffic Tuesday while staging a die-in to protest the school’s armed public safety officers.
A California Polytechnic State University student claims she is thinking about selling off superfluous organs after learning of a proposed tuition increase.
Students are occupying the dean’s office at Seattle University’s Matteo Ricci College (MRC), demanding “a non-Eurocentric interdisciplinary curriculum” and other diversity measures.
University of California system president Janet Napolitano announced Wednesday that her school will earmark $25.2 million to fund loan programs for undocumented students across the system’s 10 campuses over the next three years.
Professors at UW Madison condemned the recent arrest of a convicted serial vandal as the result of an “over-policed” campus, saying administrators ought to “limit the circumstances under which officers may enter the classroom.”
A group of “undocumented students and allies” hosted a “safe space forum” Tuesday to address the “psychological impact” of the presence of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) at a job fair last month.
Four University of California, Los Angeles students are facing a social media firestorm after posing for a photo with signs criticizing the the transgender bathroom movement.
The University of South Alabama reached a settlement Tuesday with the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) in a lawsuit filed over two years ago protecting the free speech rights of pro-life students on campus.