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.
Attorneys are demanding that Kutztown University revise its unconstitutional speech policies after staff erased a student group's pro-life chalkings.
Loyola University-New Orleans is hoting an 11-day "Feminist Festival" featuring "groovy bra-burners" and a lecture on quilting as a "healing" method.
Appalachian State is advising students to add disclaimers to academic papers indicating that they are using gender-neutral pronouns “to be inclusive.”
The Miami College of Design is soliciting solutions from local high school students to prevent Miami from being submerged by the year 2040.
The University of Arizona is encouraging professors to have students say "ouch" when they are offended and "oops" when they offend others.
The Chairman Emeritus of the Orange Coast College Republicans, was targeted by graffiti on campus Monday calling him a “fascist.”
Students are demanding that Appalachian State assist illegal immigrants with legal resources, online courses, safe spaces, and mandatory faculty training.
The University of Arkansas is telling students it is "biased" to call millennials “lazier than previous generations," saying they just value work differently.
College administrators across the country are forming committees to help them resist President Trump's revised executive order on immigration.
UCLA's Chancellor announced Wednesday that a new council will advise him on the potential impact of Trump’s revised executive order on immigration.
IU and NYU have become the latest schools to reject “sanctuary campus” designations, with the IU president calling the measure “purely symbolic.”
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The American Association of Physics Teachers urged attendees of its winter summit to wear “pronoun stickers” to “reduce instances of misgendering.”
Students at Ohio State University are being offered a class this semester that promises to teach them about microaggressions, privilege, and power.
The CSUSM Cross-Cultural Center recently hosted the first of two “Activism Labs” intended to teach students to effectively protest for social justice.
Mississippi lawmakers want to offer two of the state’s public universities a generous tax exemption, if only they agree to fly the state flag on campus.
The University of Central Florida has begun constructing a $25 million athletics complex with an actual “lazy river” and mini golf course.
UCLA has repeatedly slashed enrollment for a conservative professor’s courses on free speech, which some see as a ploy to silence him.
A state audit reveals generous payments to the former Mizzou chancellor who resigned in disgrace over his mishandling of the 2015 student protests.
Southern Illinois University will soon host a month-long series of “nap-ins” to help guide students on their “internal journey to diversity.”
Harvard recently published a research guide on “fake news” that identifies dozens of conservative websites as “unreliable” or simply “fake.”
Nearly 100 professors are blasting Santa Clara University’s decision to override the Student Senate’s rejection of a Turning Point USA chapter.
The University of Chicago may soon create "free speech deans" responsible for ensuring that "disruptive conduct" does not interfere with free speech.