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Scholars suggest Sasse take over as Harvard prez

Harvard's president is stepping down next June, and two American Enterprise Institute scholars think Sen. Ben Sasse would be the perfect replacement.

Shannon Spada Jul 20, 2017 at
2:19 PM EDT

College awards $100K prize to 'Innovator for Social Justice'

Grinnell College awards a $100,000 prize each year to an “Innovator for Social Justice,” according to a nomination form that went live on Sunday.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 20, 2017 at
11:10 AM EDT

Harvard mandates 'implicit-bias training' for faculty hiring

Harvard’s public health school requires faculty hiring committees to take “implicit-bias training” to learn “how unconscious bias can infect the recruitment process.”

Emily Hall Jul 20, 2017 at
10:18 AM EDT

Youngstown State students say late-night chicken is homophobic

A petition is demanding that Youngstown State University the Chick-fil-A on campus, saying it “adds to the negative experience of LGBT students.”

Mitchell Gunter Jul 20, 2017 at
8:34 AM EDT

Shapiro calls BS on Berkeley cancellation

The University of California, Berkeley has announced that it will not accommodate Ben Shapiro for a speaking arrangement this fall.

Anthony Gockowski Jul 19, 2017 at
10:32 PM EDT

Prof who hates Trump supporters to lecture on 'navigating hate'

A Trinity University professor who tweeted a photo of a man making derogatory gestures in front of Trump Tower is set to lecture on “navigating hate and xenophobia in modern America.”

Nikita Vladimirov Jul 19, 2017 at
4:35 PM EDT

Prof alleges rampant anti-Christian discrimination in academia

Higher education is biased against traditional Christians, a University of Arkansas education professor argues in a recent op-ed.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 19, 2017 at
3:56 PM EDT

Memorials promote 'white heterosexual male supremacy,' profs claim

Public museums and memorials serve our nation’s “foundational commitments to white heterosexual male supremacy,” two Women's Studies professors complain.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 19, 2017 at
2:14 PM EDT

Seven students punished for 'blockade' of conservative speaker

Claremont McKenna College has suspended 5 students and placed 2 others on probation for physically blockading a conservative speaker this spring.

Dan Jackson Jul 19, 2017 at
11:35 AM EDT

Community college offering $100K+ salary for diversity chief

A community college in New York is offering a starting salary in excess of $100,000 to fill its “Chief Diversity Officer” position.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 19, 2017 at
11:00 AM EDT

‘Disparaging comments’ outlawed at Illinois college

Students at Carl Sandburg College could now be subject to “disciplinary proceedings” for the use of “offensive language” or “hate speech.”

Anthony Gockowski Jul 19, 2017 at
9:55 AM EDT

Prof who allegedly attacked College GOP to be reinstated

Professor Eric Canin will be returning to Cal State-Fullerton to teach classes despite allegedly assaulting a College Republican on campus.

Peter Van Voorhis Jul 19, 2017 at
7:55 AM EDT

Clemson denies planning 'special space' for LGBTQ students

Clemson removed a job posting for an “Associate Director of Rainbow Initiatives” that implied plans to create an LGBTQ 'safe space' on campus.

Mitchell Gunter Jul 18, 2017 at
6:43 PM EDT

Harvard Law urges students to lobby against Trump proposal

Harvard is asking its law students to lobby for public funding for civil legal aid, which President Trump has proposed eliminating.

Emily Hall Jul 18, 2017 at
2:33 PM EDT

Evergreen student claims she was silenced for being white

An Evergreen State College student says classmates refused to let her participate in a meeting with administrators earlier this year because she is white.

Shannon Spada Jul 18, 2017 at
1:11 PM EDT

Profs fear 'alt-right' is taking over Medieval Studies

Some Medieval Studies professors are worried that the “alt-right” is co-opting the discipline to promote a “fantasy” of historical “white supremacy.”

Dan Jackson Jul 18, 2017 at
11:36 AM EDT

Science conferences need 'diversity programming,' prof says

Three scholars are proposing a list of "interventions" to encourage women to attend scientific conferences, such as rewards for "diversity programming."

Toni Airaksinen Jul 18, 2017 at
9:51 AM EDT

Prof laments 'insidiousness of silence and whiteness' in academia

A Georgia State University professor recently condemned the “insidiousness of silence and whiteness” on college campuses through a series of "fictionalized vignettes."

Toni Airaksinen Jul 17, 2017 at
4:27 PM EDT

University receives award for 'Tunnel of Oppression' event

Wright State University has received a "Diversity and Inclusion" award for its annual “Tunnel of Oppression” event.

Adam Sabes Jul 17, 2017 at
2:58 PM EDT

Maine offers in-state tuition to illegal immigrants statewide

Illegal immigrants who reside in Maine are now eligible for in-state tuition at every school in the University of Maine System.

Nikita Vladimirov Jul 17, 2017 at
1:28 PM EDT

Students say OCC hired investigator to 'harass' conservatives

The College Republicans chapter at Orange Coast College say the school is trying to "silence conservative students" by commissioning an investigation of the club.

Peter Van Voorhis Jul 17, 2017 at
12:45 PM EDT

'Everyone has bias,' Vanderbilt workshop claims

Vanderbilt University is hosting a series of “Inclusive Excellence” workshops this month focusing on “Everyday Bias” and “Unconscious Bias.”

Adam Sabes Jul 17, 2017 at
10:05 AM EDT

VIDEO: Students love socialism!...whatever that is...

Ask most college students, and they'll tell you that socialism is a wonderful thing. Just don't ask them to define it, because you'll get the same answer.

Cabot Phillips Jul 15, 2017 at
11:36 PM EDT

Student alleges prof harassed him for being conservative

The UNLV College Republicans president claims that one of his professors ridiculed him in class and graded him harshly because of his political views.

Dan Jackson Jul 15, 2017 at
2:47 PM EDT

DeVos sets stage to rewrite Obama-era sexual assault guidance

Betsy DeVos blasted the Obama administration’s sexual assault guidance, saying it did not promote an environment of safety and fairness on college campuses.

Nikita Vladimirov Jul 14, 2017 at
2:52 PM EDT

Staffers protest firing of LGBT director for anti-white tweets

A group of “student affairs professionals” is calling the recent firing of a Pomona College employee who tweeted anti-white sentiments an “act of violence.”

Anthony Gockowski Jul 14, 2017 at
2:21 PM EDT

NYU librarian laments 'fatigue' from 'presence of white people'

A New York University librarian recently bemoaned the “racial fatigue” she experiences “in the presence of white people” following an academic conference.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 14, 2017 at
1:04 PM EDT

Prof creates research group to fight 'racial battle fatigue'

"People should be aware of how things they may say or do subconsciously can be perceived or received as racial microaggressions."

Toni Airaksinen Jul 14, 2017 at
12:03 PM EDT

Harvard proposes expelling students who join social clubs

A Harvard faculty committee wants to eliminate “selective-membership social organizations” by expelling students who join frats, sororities, or final clubs.

Natalie Bao Tram Le Jul 14, 2017 at
11:25 AM EDT

Shapiro to brave 'antifa' protesters for speech at UC-Berkeley

The UC-Berkeley College Republicans plan to bring Ben Shapiro to campus in September for a talk on free speech titled, “Ben Shapiro v. Berkeley.”

Peter Van Voorhis Jul 14, 2017 at
9:37 AM EDT

UW-Madison to honor Marxist scholar who praised Hugo Chavez

UW-Madison is presenting a lifetime achievement award to Marxist scholar Tariq Ali, who has openly praised socialist dictators like Hugo Chavez.

Nikita Vladimirov Jul 13, 2017 at
4:58 PM EDT

Prof calls DeVos 'a powerful handmaiden' to the 'patriarchy'

A University of Kentucky lecturer recently called Betsy DeVos a “powerful handmaiden” to the “patriarchy” after DeVos met with a men’s rights group.

Dan Jackson Jul 13, 2017 at
4:05 PM EDT

Psych profs call on Congress to 'end the Trump presidency'

Five psychiatry professors from various major universities are calling on Congress to declare President Donald Trump mentally unfit for office.

Shannon Spada Jul 13, 2017 at
3:27 PM EDT

Profs use video games to teach about 'white privilege'

Two Illinois professors are using “social justice video games” developed by high school students to teach about white privilege and social justice.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 13, 2017 at
2:17 PM EDT

VIDEO: Campus Reform talks to Tucker Carlson

Just how much do America's top diversity officials make?

Sterling Beard Jul 13, 2017 at
11:43 AM EDT

Feminist profs: Citations perpetuate 'white heteromasculinity'

In a recent academic journal article, two feminist professors claim that citing sources in scholarly articles contributes to “white heteromasculinity.”

Toni Airaksinen Jul 13, 2017 at
10:54 AM EDT

EXCLUSIVE: Diversity chiefs drowning in dough

America’s flagship universities are doling out an average of $175,088 per year for administrators tasked with leading their diversity efforts.

Anthony Gockowski Jul 12, 2017 at
8:38 PM EDT

Weinstein paints dismal picture of Evergreen State protests

The Evergreen State College Board of Trustees received a tongue lashing from embattled professor Bret Weinstein while discussing the recent unrest on campus.

Adam Sabes and Shannon Spada Jul 12, 2017 at
4:29 PM EDT

University sponsors 'Hip-Hop and Social Justice' conference

Georgia State University hosted a conference this week examining how “rap music and Hip-Hop culture” are related to social justice.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 12, 2017 at
2:56 PM EDT
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Freshmen study 'power and privilege' at social justice 'academy'

Suffolk University offers an “extended transition program” after orientation where they can learn about “social justice” and “power and privilege.”

Mitchell Gunter Jul 12, 2017 at
1:32 PM EDT

Republicans sour on academia, profs blame conservative media

Some professors are blaming conservative-leaning media outlets for the sharp uptick in Republican antipathy toward higher education since 2015.

Anthony Gockowski Jul 12, 2017 at
11:42 AM EDT

Free speech sweeps through North Carolina campuses

A total of six colleges in North Carolina have now earned the highest “green light” rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.

Will Nardi Jul 12, 2017 at
10:54 AM EDT

Minority-only recruitment programs draw scholarly criticism

Reed College is offering an “all-expenses paid” trip for high school students from “historically underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds.”

Toni Airaksinen Jul 11, 2017 at
3:02 PM EDT
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Princeton prof blasts library over 'Drag Queen Story Time'

A Princeton University professor recently blasted the Boston Public Library for hosting a “Drag Queen Story Time” event geared toward young children.

Shannon Spada Jul 11, 2017 at
12:45 PM EDT

Cornell touts app to help illegal immigrants fight 'wage theft'

The Cornell University’s Worker Institute recently helped to develop a mobile app for day laborers, including illegal immigrants, to fight “wage theft."

Neetu Chandak Jul 11, 2017 at
11:28 AM EDT

'Sustainable Office Certificate' facilitates virtue-signalling

Western Washington University offers a “Sustainable Office Certification” for departments to show their “commitment to social justice.”

Dan Jackson Jul 11, 2017 at
10:13 AM EDT

Colleges should 'censor' 'unsafe' speech, student op-ed argues

Colleges should “screen” speakers to ensure that they are not giving a platform to “intolerant perspectives,” a UMD student argues in a recent op-ed.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 11, 2017 at
7:57 AM EDT

Seminary asks people to peer through 'white privilege glasses'

A theological seminary is urging people to examine their privilege by trying on a pair of “White Privilege Glasses.”

Adam Sabes Jul 10, 2017 at
2:59 PM EDT

Gen Z nothing like millennials, prof warns liberals

A political science professor says Generation Z is markedly more conservative than the millennials they are replacing on campus.

Dan Jackson Jul 10, 2017 at
2:15 PM EDT

College cancels classes for 'Power and Privilege Symposium'

Whitman College hosts an annual social justice conference, cancelling classes to allow students to learn about "daddy issues" and "meat" as a social justice topic.

Adam Sabes Jul 10, 2017 at
10:57 AM EDT
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