The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) launched a new resource Monday for college students facing free-speech battles on campus.
Austin Community College recently developed an “Equity Report Card” for individual departments to self-assess how inclusive they are.
The University of Florida is struggling to come to grips with its First Amendment obligations ahead of a visit by white nationalist Richard Spencer.
A University of Virginia professor thinks that faculty members, not students, should “decide who gets to speak on campus.”
The Cal State-Fullerton student government is considering a resolution officially denouncing an upcoming College Republicans event on campus.
The President of William & Mary reprimanded protesters who shut down a recent ACLU event, promising “disciplinary consequences” for future disruptions.
Following the tragic shooting in Las Vegas, a UNH professor told her students that that the U.S. should ban private ownership of firearms.
Columbia University recently announced that it will commit an additional $100 million in funds to promote a “diverse faculty.”
A UW-Madison policy center launched by Gov. Scott Walker continues to face accusations of partisanship despite internal emails indicating otherwise.
A California court has dismissed an Antifa leader’s temporary restraining order against UC-Berkeley College Republicans president Troy Worden.
A student leader at Dartmouth College wants her classmates to “support the marginalized” by rejecting a time-honored homecoming tradition.
Columbia University’s lone institution committed to promoting free speech has been notably quiet about attempts to censor conservative speakers.
An op-ed in the Princeton University student newspaper contends that conservatives are not entitled to free speech protections.
A psychology professor recently argued that the development of “socially progressive values” is of “unprecedented importance” to students in college.
Stevens Institute students are demanding that the school completely remove GOP mega-donor Rep. Greg Gianforte's surname from a building he paid for.
A Leadership Institute employee was allegedly assaulted and had his cell phone damaged by a protester at Wednesday night’s Charles Murray lecture.
The latest issue of a magazine run by OSU students features a flow-chart designed to help students determine whether their Halloween costume is racist.
A socialist organization is asking students to help "counteract" a new TPUSA chapter to show that conservatives "are not welcome" at CSU-Long Beach.
A CSULB “teach-in” charged that America "was founded on white supremacy and racism," and "built on a racist capitalist system, meant to weaken the minority."
UW-Madison is ignoring a student government demand for a plaque on an Abraham Lincoln statue accusing him of complicity in the death of 38 Native Americans.
The UC-Berkeley student newspaper is taking a shrill stance punishing disruptive protesters, arguing that “heckling itself is a form of free speech.”
A Clemson University teaching assistant recently offered to help a local Antifa organization “produce zines, posters, etc. to help the cause.”
Charles Murray’s event at UMich was overthrown by student protesters, who occupied the room and interrupted Murray for 40 minutes before sauntering out.
A new study confirms what many have long believed: most college students don’t respect the First Amendment.
A Rutgers University student declared “I don’t need no facts!” while others heckled a black speaker at a panel on identity politics last week.
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels has issued a scathing rebuke of a professor who co-founded the "Campus Antifascist Network."
An Albright College quarterback has been cut from the team after he decided to kneel in protest during the national anthem.
Syracuse University recently celebrated its second “Indigenous Peoples Day,” which the university adopted in 2016 to replace Columbus Day.
A university president asked Congress to enact legislation that would force Facebook to “remove” any postings of “hate speech” from its website.
Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz will speak at the UC-Berkeley Law School Wednesday after threatening to sue if the school blocked his appearance.