The University of Florida 's annual Social Justice Summit appears to be contributing to “the preservation of privilege in social justice activism."
A new poll suggests that those college students who are demanding the removal of Confederate monuments are actually in the minority among their peers.
An education professor claims that concerns over immigration’s impact on on the U.S. are simply a form of “racist nativism.”
A recent survey found that medical school students are more likely than not to “support the use of trigger warnings” in class.
FSU is offering a free “Social Justice Ally Training” program to teach students to “serve as social change agents in a diverse and global society.”
Several pro-abortion University of Michigan professors argue that abortion providers should be more open about the “gruesomeness” of their jobs.
The UVA College Republicans got a welcome assist from Democratic classmates after its members were falsely accused of participating in the Charlottesville riot.
Oberlin has also pledged to “start an undocumented student support group or club,” and host events to “increase campus awareness for and of undocumented students.”
A conservative Ithaca College student claims that “Antifa” members assaulted him during a vigil honoring Heather Heyer, simply because he wore a YAF hat.
For the second year in a row, the University of Chicago is reminding incoming freshmen that they shouldn't expect to find intellectual safe spaces on campus.
"[Vandalizing] a house of worship undermines the right, protected in our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, of every Duke student and employee to participate fully in university life."
A University of Colorado professor is accusing “social justice warrior” librarians of “betraying” academia to promote an “anti-corporatist” agenda.
The University of New Hampshire is currently seeking unpaid interns to “advance fat acceptance as a key social justice issue” in society.
Rutgers Law School recently hired three “social justice scholars” who will help students “work for social justice throughout their careers.”
The Society of American Archivists has erroneously accused Campus Reform of lying about requesting comment from its members for a recent article.
Kellogg Community College is hosting a “Lit for Social Justice” retreat for high schoolers interested in discussing topics of “power and privilege.”
Two Trinity College alumni have publicly rebuked their alma mater’s president for her school’s hypocrisy on free speech.
Cornell University freshmen must attend a mandatory lecture on “expectations related to identities and bias” this week.
New York University is now looking for a full-time employee to help “plan and facilitate a leadership retreat for students of color.”
The course is from Grinnell College in Iowa.
An education professor recently revealed the techniques she uses to push a social agenda and "decenter whiteness" in the classroom.
A CUNY professor wants colleagues to stop insisting that students use standard English, calling it a form of "linguistic racism."
UC-Berkeley invited certain “special populations” of new students to move in a day early to attend racially-exclusive orientation sessions.
Keith Fink is accusing UCLA of pulling a “bait and switch” by touting him as a summer instructor even as it worked to oust him from his position.
After years of disruptive student protests designed to shut down speakers on campus, UC-Davis is taking action against the "heckler's veto."
A physics researcher claims that the controversial Google memo is just the latest example of “shoddy science” that is “conducted primarily by white men.”
Sociology majors at Vassar College can fulfill an introductory course requirement by enrolling in a section explicitly devoted to social justice issues.
Campus Reform's Media Director Cabot Phillips joined Tucker Carlson Tonight on Friday to discuss the latest insanity on America's college campuses.
A Rutgers professor recently came out in support of the claims made by ex-Google employee James Damore in his now-infamous “Google Manifesto.”
An assistant professor at Portland State University recently argued that talking about obesity “can help reproduce racial injustice.”