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Lawrence Univ. tackles diversity discussions after students complain of campus racism

Three committees met over the winter break to work through a list of student demands.

Kyle Plantz Jan 15, 2016 at
12:54 PM EDT
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UT campus carry task force urges schools to ban guns in as many places as possible

A campus carry task force convened by the University of Texas system issued a report this week encouraging schools ban firearms in five types of facilities, in violation of the law.

Peter Fricke Jan 14, 2016 at
1:02 PM EDT
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Student: calling a drink 'redskin' after school's former mascot is offensive

"Now that we all know your drink name is offensive, I have no doubt you’ll take the swiftest action to rename it."

Allie Harris Nov 16, 2015 at
1:38 PM EDT
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Law prof: football exploits black bodies

The professor says “guarantee games” give small, historically black colleges and universities incentive to play in games they know they will lose, which perpetuates racist exploitation for the benefit of white people.

Bethany Salgado Nov 12, 2015 at
2:58 PM EDT
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Online university provides free college for illegal immigrants

"I do not believe tuition-free should be for everyone..."

James Mietus Nov 10, 2015 at
11:01 AM EDT
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Michael McGrady Nov 04, 2015 at
11:14 AM EDT
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VIDEO: PragerU asks 'who killed the liberal arts?'

That's the question posed by our friends over at PragerU. They've got a new video out that's well worth a watch. Take a gander:

Sterling Beard Oct 27, 2015 at
11:15 AM EDT
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Brown students: improving race relations is more important than free speech

In response to controversial op-eds published in the school newspaper, five Brown University students are claiming that freedom of speech does not confer the right to express opinions they find distasteful.

Taylor Grenawalt Oct 23, 2015 at
1:41 PM EDT
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YAL at UNCC attacked with libelous chalk messages

Early Tuesday morning, members of the University of North Carolina- Charlotte were alerted to chalked messages written about them on the side of a campus building.

Caitlin Grimes Oct 23, 2015 at
10:46 AM EDT
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Boston College student government looks to make free speech easier

"We … understand that these short-gap services do not rise to the level of a sensible, comprehensive free expression policy."

Peter Fricke Oct 21, 2015 at
3:03 PM EDT
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Univ. of Vermont Police apologizes for 'problematic' sexual assault alert

The University of Vermont Police Services found itself in hot water after sending an e-mail sexual assault alert including some “problematic” language to the campus.

James Mietus Oct 05, 2015 at
4:34 PM EDT
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Students want to replace Columbus Day with 'Indigenous Peoples' Day'

On Monday, the University of Oklahoma (OU) Graduate Student Association passed a resolution to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in place of the traditional Columbus day, on October 12th.

Caitlin Grimes Sep 30, 2015 at
12:56 PM EDT
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AAU releases massive sexual assault study

The massive study was designed to assess the “overall climate of the campus with respect to perceptions of risk, knowledge of resources available to victims and perceived reactions to an incident of sexual assault or misconduct.”

Mariana Barillas Sep 28, 2015 at
12:44 PM EDT
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U. of Wisconsin study debunks 'gaydar'

The University of Wisconsin Madison has released a new study that supposedly debunks the validity of “gaydar,” the so-called ability to detect a person’s sexual persuasions based solely on appearance.

Bethany Salgado Sep 21, 2015 at
11:50 AM EDT
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UVA refuses to release review of rape response

The University of Virginia has refused a request for an executive summary of an independent review of the university’s response to a rape allegation made in 2012.

James Mietus Sep 14, 2015 at
12:55 PM EDT
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UPDATE: Federally-funded group at NKU sponsors mattress-carrying demonstration

"This peaceful protest is a way to give a HUGE middle finger to the perpetrators of these crimes, many of which [sic] may in fact share classes with us."

Peter Fricke Sep 14, 2015 at
8:29 AM EDT
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Porn site offers $25K scholarship

"Showing how you spread happiness in a sex video is not what we’re aiming for."

Peter Fricke Sep 10, 2015 at
12:15 PM EDT
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Enter Campus Reform’s Biased Course Contest!

Are leftist courses taking over your college curriculum? Campus Reform wants to hear from you!

Summer Ratcliff Sep 03, 2015 at
9:43 AM EDT
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College fully eliminates textbooks

The University of Maryland University College is replacing expensive textbooks with free online learning materials.

Peter Fricke Sep 02, 2015 at
2:37 PM EDT
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Is a California school violating water rationing?

"I was shocked when later I saw a sign that said, 'Drought, yes. Sprinklers, no.'"

Peter Fricke Aug 28, 2015 at
9:38 AM EDT
Loyola logo via Wikimedia.
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Loyola U.-New Orleans wants to protect students from themselves

The policy was promoted through an informational campaign called “Let’s Share Clean Air,” and was “inspired by the Jesuit commitment to cura personalis, or ‘care of the entire person’.”

Peter Fricke Aug 17, 2015 at
9:52 AM EDT
Pic via Hillsdale's Facebook page.
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Hillsdale College gets top marks from Princeton Review

Staunchly conservative Hillsdale College is listed among the world’s top colleges in the 2016 edition of The Princeton Review’s definitive rankings guide.

Peter Fricke Aug 14, 2015 at
12:44 PM EDT
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Former Valdosta student settles First Amendment lawsuit for $900K

The now-former President Ronald Zaccari labeled Barnes’s post a “threatening document” and stated that the student was a “clear and present danger.”

Letty Burgin Aug 03, 2015 at
12:48 PM EDT
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Student paper acknowledges 'not all individuals who identify as women menstruate'

"We acknowledge that not all individuals who menstruate identify as women and that not all individuals who identify as women menstruate[.]"

Gretchen Edelman Jul 28, 2015 at
4:44 PM EDT
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Christian school to provide benefits to gay spouses

In response to the Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges ruling, Hope College will now grant gay married couples affiliated with the school the same benefits heterosexuals get.

Alexandra Harris Jul 20, 2015 at
2:37 PM EDT
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Prof. labels Amy Schumer's comedy racist despite never seeing it

"I kind of looked at some of the coverage on Schumer, I initially thought 'meh. This woman is joking...'"

Jake Grant and Andrew Guernsey Jul 17, 2015 at
9:35 AM EDT
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Judge: Wheaton College must offer emergency contraceptive coverage

Wheaton College must offer emergency contraceptive coverage according to a recent ruling despite the private nondenominational Christian institution’s religious objections.

Mariana Barillas Jul 15, 2015 at
10:10 AM EDT
Photo courtesy of Stephan Coyle.
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Student pays parking fines with 11,000 pennies

It took boxes of pennies worth $25 each.

Caitlin Grimes Jul 14, 2015 at
11:00 AM EDT
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Black prof.: my historically black university pressured me to discriminate

"I've reprimanded people, hired people, fired people without any regard to the color of their skin."

Christian Spencer Jul 09, 2015 at
9:53 AM EDT
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Texas colleges look to restrict campus carry

The law has caused some controversy, even though the bill passed with a 98-47 vote in the House and a 20-11 in the Senate.

Wesley Rule Jul 08, 2015 at
10:32 AM EDT
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Christian colleges may lose federal benefits for sticking to their guns

"At least for religiously affiliated entities, the risk isn't interfering with their beliefs or practices."

Bethany Salgado Jul 06, 2015 at
1:17 PM EDT
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Prof. crowdsources 'Charleston syllabus'

Following the events of the Charleston shooting, Professor Chad Williams of Brandeis University turned to twitter for help in creating a Charleston Syllabus.

Caitlin Grimes Jun 29, 2015 at
12:04 PM EDT
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Students react to SCOTUS gay marriage ruling

Student advocates on the stairs of the Supreme Court responded to today’s close 5-4 decision which made same-sex marriage legal in all fifty states.

Mariana Barillas Jun 26, 2015 at
3:58 PM EDT
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U. of Kentucky hires director of LGBTQ Resources

The University of Kentucky (UK) has hired Lance Poston its first ever Director of LGBTQ Resources.

Allie Harris Jun 26, 2015 at
11:19 AM EDT
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More swastikas found at Northwestern

For the second time this month, anti-Semitic graffiti has appeared on the campus of Northwestern University.

Cabot Phillips Jun 24, 2015 at
1:33 PM EDT
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VIDEO: White Occidental prof. says America has 'white supremacist society'

"We dehumanize people of color in this country and so once a white person recognizes this, if they are given the opportunity and privilege of education then it is a constant struggle throughout the course of your lifetime to overcome it."

Mariana Barillas Jun 22, 2015 at
12:46 PM EDT
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UNC prof. awarded back pay after drug smuggling conviction

Paul Frampton, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Chapel Hill, has been awarded back pay after being convicted of drug smuggling three years ago.

Caitlin Grimes Jun 18, 2015 at
11:46 AM EDT
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Chris Christie: colleges 'drunk on cash'

Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ), 2016 Republican presidential hopeful, presented his platform for education reform last week at Iowa State University.

Michael McGrady Jun 17, 2015 at
3:57 PM EDT
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Dolezal resigns, doubles down on blackness

Rachel Dolezal, president of the NAACP Spokane, WA, chapter has resigned after gaining international media attention surrounding the question of her race.

Letty Burgin Jun 16, 2015 at
12:15 PM EDT
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Ridiculous courses college students can take in the fall

From toddler beauty pageants to zombies, college students across the country can enroll in a plethora of odd courses while working towards their degree.

Letty Burgin Jun 12, 2015 at
11:36 AM EDT
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Students seek more funding for illegal immigrant graduate students

Students at Claremont University, a graduate university in California, are pursuing more resources for graduate students residing in the United States illegally.

Caitlin Grimes Jun 11, 2015 at
1:49 PM EDT
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68 public university presidents made more than Obama

Over 68 public university presidents are better paid than the leader of the free world, according to a new report from The Chronicle of Higher Education

Letty Burgin Jun 10, 2015 at
5:05 PM EDT
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Caleb talks political correctness and crime alerts with Tomi Lahren

Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Caleb Bonham joined Tomi Lahren last week to discuss the University of Minnesota's apparently abandoned plan to quit using race in suspects' descriptions in crime alerts.

Sterling Beard Jun 09, 2015 at
9:51 AM EDT
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Auburn University employee arrested for selling date rape drug

Howard sold two undercover agents 20 ounces and one gallon, respectively, of a liquid proven to be Gamma Hydroxybutyric Acid (GHB), commonly known as the date-rape drug.

Bethany Salgado Jun 02, 2015 at
11:01 AM EDT
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Hummus will stay at UC Riverside

According to Breitbart, SJP at UC-Riverside was a driving force to in encouraging a successful resolution in the UC Student Association to divest support for Israel. The resolution called for the school system’s tuition dollars to be steered away from supporting companies that do business in Israel and won in an eleven-to-one vote.

Daniel Ashford May 27, 2015 at
12:20 PM EDT
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New smartphone apps give or deny sexual consent

While We Consent will be free, What About No has both free and paid versions. The free version does not record video.

Megan Holstein May 15, 2015 at
2:06 PM EDT
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Report: Democrats receive vast majority of Harvard political donations

"The only debate we get here is between the far-left...and the liberals. It gives students a view that a very narrow spectrum of opinion is the only way to think."

Emily Jashinsky May 11, 2015 at
1:34 PM EDT
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Williams College students have a problem with Eve Ensler and The Vagina Monologues

This past week, numerous Williams College students protested a lecture being given by Eve Ensler, playwright of the infamous Vagina Monologues, because her play allegedly . The lecture, titled “Ending Violence Against Women: The Next Rising Years,” occurred last Thursday April 23rd, amid concern from students.

Caitlin Grimes May 05, 2015 at
1:02 PM EDT
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Partiers tell Native American elder to 'get the f*** out of here' during Native American party

Eastern Michigan University (EMU) students rallied last week in support of increasing efforts by their school to punish peers who dressed in Native American costume and painted their faces red for an off-campus party on April 11.

Bethany Salgado May 01, 2015 at
11:32 AM EDT
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University of Virginia students issue demands following arrest of student

University of Virginia students are making demands for professors in response to the recent arrest of UVA junior Martese Johnson. A blog titled “What We Want From UVA Faculty” has surfaced listing many of these demands.

Allie Harris May 01, 2015 at
10:44 AM EDT
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