“Dear White People” posters appeared at NC State accusing white students of “perpetuating racism and white supremacy.”
Socialist students are vowing to disrupt a Charles Murray lecture at Columbia University unless they are given time to “expose his racism.”
Rice University will no longer refer to the heads of residential colleges as “Masters” because of the term’s association with slavery.
Socialist students at Columbia University are demanding a chance to berate Murray for his supposedly "racist" views when he speaks at the campus Thursday.
A “Diversity Leadership Council” admitted to posting offensive white nationalist flyers at Gustavus Adolphus College as a hoax to promote awareness.
A Wellesley student has created a database of professors who commit “ableist microaggressions” or fail to “respect” students’ pronoun preferences.
Conservative students managed to prevent the Middlebury College student government from passing a bill creating "checks and balances" for free speech.
Muslim students at Columbia University are demanding a full-time religious advisor and a permanent prayer space accessible during academic breaks.
Sarah Lawrence College wants all official school publications to avoid "gendered" words and pronouns, even if it means breaking grammatical rules.
UPenn’s Interfraternity Council is creating a “diversity chair” in response to a fraternity member naming his beer pong team “VietPong.”
Six Wellesley College professors recently sent a campus-wide email arguing that "objectionable" speakers can cause grave "injury" to students.
A Georgetown professor offered to excuse a black student from class in case he was uncomfortable discussing slavery and white nationalism.
A conservative student was copied to faculty-wide emails in which several professors taunted his affiliation with TPUSA.
The student body president at the University of St. Thomas could potentially lose his leadership role over a series of glaringly anti-Semitic tweets.
An “emergency fund” for USC students impacted by President Trump’s executive orders on immigration has nearly doubled in the past month to $20,000.
A Hampshire College student allegedly assaulted a female basketball player from another school for “culturally appropriating” hair braids.
The Orange Coast College professor who called Donald Trump’s election “an act of terrorism” was named “Faculty Member of the Year” by her colleagues.
SLU is hosting a women-only “pay inequity” workshop to teach negotiating strategies to help them overcome the “gender wage gap” in the workforce.
A proposed California bill would require universities to cover abortion pills under their student insurance plans or lose state funding.
A Colgate safe space organizer refused to share details about a recent anti-Trump “Solidarity Space” event because she didn’t “feel safe” doing so.
Oberlin students have a bone to pick with the school’s food service provider, complaining that its ethnic dishes are culturally “appropriative.”
New Jersey recently passed a resolution asking public institutions to “serve as safe zones,” and Stockton University has already eagerly agreed to comply.
Students at the University of Oregon felt "cheated" after UO paid $41,500 for a Ta-Nehisi Coates lecture that ended 35 minutes early.
Two universities are offering faculty guides advising professors to “challenge the gender binary” and avoid “microinequities” in class.
Iowa State University recently held a “Social Justice Summit” in an effort to “create strategies for implementing social change.”
Yale University may soon formally replace the term “freshman” with “first-year student” in an effort to “reflect the values” of the institution.
A writer for the CSULB student paper recently opined that milk may have already become the new symbol of white supremacy in the United States.
The colleges with the worst records for protecting free speech also have higher tuition and wealthier students than average, a new study concludes.
Pitzer College officials accused a student paper of "slander" ad "bullying" for accurately reporting a student’s public comments about hoop earrings.
Anti-Semitic flyers appeared at the University of Illinois at Chicago declaring that “Ending white privilege...starts with ending Jewish privilege.”
UW-Green Bay is offering up to 10 faculty members a $2,000 stipend each to “create an inclusive classroom environment” and “diversify their courses.”
UC-Berkeley’s Graduate Assembly routinely hosts exclusive social events for “students of color,” spending tens of thousands of dollars on the initiative.
The University of Washington recently hosted a much-belated workshop last week on “coping” with their “despair” over the presidential election.
Students in a communications course at CSU-Long Beach are being asked to answer sensitive racial questions in order to prove they are present in class.
UMD is creating an “undocumented student coordinator” position to support illegal immigrant students in response Trump’s policies on immigration.
In an effort to thwart the “oppressive” gender binary, UNO has provided its students with a handy guide to “queer and trans community language.”
Brown University is encouraging students to call the university’s public safety office if they are stopped by an immigration official.
A faculty guide on “creating an inclusive classroom environment” at Bates College advises professors to use “partner” in place of “husband or wife.”
Oberlin College is hosting a "Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon" for students to combat the website’s alleged “gender gap” by revising articles on art and feminism.
The Faculty Council at one of Barack Obama’s alma maters has vowed to challenge the “positions and policies of President Trump” at every turn.
Forty-six MIT professors are promising to resist Donald Trump, calling his election “cause for alarm” and a “significant step” toward fascism.
Emerson College has published a guide claiming that "homosexual" is an offensive term, urging students to say "gay" or "lesbian" instead.
Colgate University recently held a safe space for students to “share emotions” about Trump’s executive order on immigration.
A Yale law professor told UVM students last week that the “fake news” phenomenon pales in comparison to the "lies" of the Trump administration.