A UCLA research professor recently slammed the impact of “excessive immigration” on the labor market in a message to the campus community.
"We got a lot of students who actually wanted to get refunds. A lot of students don't read [the Targum]."
An exasperated student at Bridgewater State University decided Monday to expose her professor’s extensive rants against President Trump and his supporters.
Missouri State University has created a program to help men tackle “toxic masculinity,” citing rising levels of “depression."
The April protest, which ended with Claremont police officers rushing the speaker into an unmarked police vehicle to escape the student mob, ignited a firestorm of controversy across the country as well as on campus.
A Brown University professor is making her course on how “racism is endemic to American life” available to the public through an online module.
A John Jay College student has created a petition urging the school to fire the Antifa-supporting professor who made remarks about “dead cops.”
The University of Central Florida now offers students a “Diversity and Inclusion Certification” as part of its “Inclusion Champion Program.”
A new survey by The Brookings Institution finds that 19% of undergraduate students approve of using violence to shut down controversial speakers.
Antifa-supporting Clemson students recently expressed their feelings by giving the finger to the Victims of Communism Memorial.
Two religious groups are calling out the SPLC for failing to condemn recent characterizations of Hillel as supportive of a “white supremacist state.”
A UMD student is urging his school to rescind its bid to host Amazon’s second headquarters, calling the company a “heartless technocracy.”
University of Pittsburgh students are demanding that school officials disarm all university police while banning “city cops” from campus entirely.
Evergreen State College reached a $500,000 settlement with Bret Weinstein, allowing the embattled professor to resign with somewhat less than the $3.8M he had sought.
The Penn State-Behrend student newspaper editors want people to stop talking about 9/11, asking in exasperation, “Will we never forget?”
Columbia University students recently voted against a proposal that would make all restrooms on a dorm-floor “gender inclusive.”
This year, Princeton University’s annual Constitution Day Lecture contended that “the academy has never promoted free speech as a central value.”
A University of Texas professor recently urged his colleagues to “remove the stigma associated with large body types.”
Middlebury College is instituting a new policy allowing it to cancel speakers who are “likely to be the target of threats or violence.”
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin encouraged his state’s universities to cut unnecessary degree programs to help balance the state’s budget.
The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is hosting a discussion group to help men “shift the culture of masculinity toward more non-violent norms.”
Universities are regulating what students may say, when and where they can say it, and even who will speak for them.
Chelsea Manning will no longer serve as a visiting fellow at Harvard University, which called the invitation a "mistake."
After three botched attempts at bringing a speaker to campus, law enforcement successfully allowed Ben Shapiro’s appearance at Berkeley to go on as planned.
The National Science Foundation recently issued 27 new grants totaling more than $8 million to promote “diversity and inclusion” in STEM fields.
The University of Michigan’s School of Pharmacy recently draped a banner in one of its on-campus buildings saying it stands “against collusion.”
UC-Berkeley professors are cancelling classes so that students can boycott the “free speech week” of conservative speakers.
UNC recently voted to prevent its Civil Rights Center from litigating amid accusations that employees pursued “personal causes” when doing so.
5:00 p.m. (Pacific): Antifa gets itself whipped into a frenzy...
UC-Berkeley and the surrounding neighborhood are gearing up for Ben Shapiro's lecture with extreme measures.