The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is slated to host a “Social Justice Week” next month with a focus on “Building Revolutionary Communities.”
The artwork juxtaposes printouts of New York Times articles with versions edited by Alexandra Bell containing more “racially neutral language.”
The University of Toledo College Democrats recently tried to recruit new members with a banner depicting President Trump wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood.
A college’s board of trustees has reversed its decision to ban its rocketry team from competing in Alabama, which is the subject of a state travel ban over LGBT rights.
Brown University has announced plans to offer illegal immigrant students a “tuition-free” Masters Degree should the government decide to repeal DACA.
Four professors warn that the “hegemony of meritocratic ideology” and “masculine culture” in engineering courses are oppressive to female students.
Washington University in St. Louis is converting a recently-suspended fraternity's vacant house into a “safe space for black students.”
Conservative students at St. Olaf College were accused of “white supremacy” after expressing support for economic freedom and constitutional rights.
Republican senators are backing a new bill that would further tighten the screws on Chinese “Confucius Institutes” at U.S. colleges and universities.
Simmons College librarians are now warning against “queermisic microaggressions” in a new reference guide created for students and professors.
A recent display at the University of Pittsburgh warned students of the dangers of "toxic masculinity" and "the patriarchy."
A communications professor at the University of San Francisco is urging colleges to pay female faculty members for their “emotional labor.”
Four professors complain that “masculine social norms” such as the “desire to win” prevent women from entering engineering fields.
A professor says that she quit a committee on civil discourse because the thought of working with conservative students was “making me miserable.”
An underground conservative newspaper at Taylor University was pressured into temporarily suspending publication for striking “fear in some students.”
Harvard Law School is currently offering a class dedicated to the “impeachment and removal by other means” of President Trump.
A sociology instructor is warning in a new academic article that vegan men are guilty of perpetuating “white masculinity.”
Purdue University has taken editorial control of its online writing guide in response to controversy over a "biased language" primer.
Antifa members recently assaulted a group of peaceful Trump supporters who were demonstrating on Arizona State University’s campus.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania is no longer barring a student from class for disputing his professor's claims about "white male privilege."
A student RA at Providence College has reportedly been threatened with rape after posting a flyer that expressed a traditional view on marriage.
Students at WUSTL risk academic sanctions if they fail to either attend an event on sexual assault prevention or write a two-page essay on the topic.
A Clemson student recently placed a sign on the door of a conservative student publication advocating violence against the “Nazi Homophobes” within.
Two education professors recently argued that conservative teachers who resist social justice theories may not be qualified to work with children.
Mount Holyoke College, an all-women’s school, is asking professors to avoid calling students “women” or otherwise referring to “the two genders.”
A newly published academic journal article argues that science educators must do more to combat “whiteness” and “White ideology” in the classroom.
Yet another pro-life display set up by a conservative student group was destroyed by vandals last week, this time at Clemson University.
A controversial professor who drew national attention for his “white racism” course recently gave a lecture equating conservative students to Nazis.
At least 24 states have now either introduced or passed legislation defending freedom of speech on public college campuses.
The only pro-life club at the University of Minnesota-Duluth has been targeted with fake flyers that frame the pro-life movement as misogynistic.