A Georgetown University professor went on a profanity-laced Twitter tear Wednesday night.

Zachary PetrizzoToday at 11:11 AM EDT

"The policy very clearly threatens student privacy and free speech rights."

Adam SabesToday at 2:47 PM EDT

Student ambassadors at Cornell University were given an “orientation packet” to prepare them for the incoming freshman class.

Grace GottschlingToday at 9:54 AM EDT

“The punishment...represents the growing target on the back of fraternities all over campus."

Grace GottschlingSep 19, 2018

The point is rather to break the stranglehold that leftist ideological orthodoxy has over the intellectual life of universities and, increasingly, the culture at large.

Matthew PenzaSep 19, 2018

Members of the kink community were “terrified about losing their jobs over their boss finding out if they were kinky.”

Celine RyanSep 18, 2018

"It was completely swept under the rug as far as I’m concerned.”

Celine RyanSep 17, 2018

"[I]t doesn't give the university the right to force this training on everyone.”

Celine RyanSep 19, 2018

The class boasts of training more than 200 students every semester.

Toni AiraksinenSep 19, 2018

“As you may know, many university departments have pledged an academic boycott against Israel in support of Palestinians living in Palestine."

Andrew LawrenceSep 18, 2018

The University of Southern California walked back a ban on student journalists from a public forum held at the school on Thursday.

Grace GottschlingSep 18, 2018

"The free exchange of ideas is an essential value of this University, and our faculty has adopted a strong Statement on Freedom of Expression."

Matthew PenzaSep 18, 2018

"CIA has absolutely no business at UIC or any college campus."

Zachary PetrizzoSep 17, 2018

A new Baylor University study reveals that there is "no significant statistical evidence" that schools with chief diversity officers have more diverse faculties.

Mason McKieSep 17, 2018

"[A]nother costly program meant to combat racism is just not necessary."

Adam SabesSep 14, 2018

The University of Maryland at College Park announced Friday a new diversity support group to create a “safe space” for white students to discuss their feelings about “interactions with racial and ethnic minorities.”

Grace GottschlingSep 14, 2018

“Invest emotionally in the well-being of students so they can exist in schools without redress for gender presentation."

Brian MercadoSep 14, 2018

"...should women even be exposed to them in the first place?”

Toni AiraksinenSep 13, 2018

“Symbolic issues like these have always and will always play a critical role in whether marginalized students and people feel welcome, included, and connected to their community.”

Adam SabesSep 13, 2018

"Foster proactive, innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to issues related to justice, equity & inclusion"

Abigail MaroneSep 13, 2018

"Apparently, they don’t believe that people should have the constitutional right to question their accuser and vice versa."

Grace GottschlingSep 13, 2018

“Bottom line: Protesting is fine, disrupting others’ free speech is not."

Adam SabesSep 12, 2018

“in an effort to foster diversity and inclusion."

Grace GottschlingSep 12, 2018

The school’s guide tells groups to ask themselves a variety of questions, including, “Has a similar event been characterized as controversial or problematic by any media?” and “Does your gut tell you this event might be controversial?”

Grace GottchslingSep 12, 2018

The lawsuit...accused MSU of violating his free speech rights, due process and equal protection.

Adam SabesSep 12, 2018
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