Professors at Yale Law School canceled classes Monday to allow students to protest the Judge Brett Kavanaugh hearing.
"[A]n attempt to prevent disrespect."
Emory University in Atlanta has released a statement listing the steps taken against a law professor who used the “N-word” when discussing offensive battery during a class in August.
The professor who will teach the course...compares it to a “bootcamp course on race.”
"The policy very clearly threatens student privacy and free speech rights."
Student ambassadors at Cornell University were given an “orientation packet” to prepare them for the incoming freshman class.
"When students can't understand what is required of them by an ambiguous policy, they're likely to be discouraged from conducting expressive activities at all, rather than risking punishment."
A DePaul University professor gave a September lecture in which he claimed that Jesus condemned the rich.
The...panel will stress the importance of feminism in eroding cultures of imperialism and war and link the movement to protests of President Donald Trump’s administration.
“The punishment...represents the growing target on the back of fraternities all over campus."
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.
Members of the kink community were “terrified about losing their jobs over their boss finding out if they were kinky.”
“As you may know, many university departments have pledged an academic boycott against Israel in support of Palestinians living in Palestine."
The University of Southern California walked back a ban on student journalists from a public forum held at the school on Thursday.
"The free exchange of ideas is an essential value of this University, and our faculty has adopted a strong Statement on Freedom of Expression."
"CIA has absolutely no business at UIC or any college campus."
A new Baylor University study reveals that there is "no significant statistical evidence" that schools with chief diversity officers have more diverse faculties.
"[A]nother costly program meant to combat racism is just not necessary."
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.”
“Invest emotionally in the well-being of students so they can exist in schools without redress for gender presentation."
“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.”
“Bottom line: Protesting is fine, disrupting others’ free speech is not."
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?”
"...[t]he requisite trust in the judgment of our fellow editors has been eroded."
“Being aware of ourselves, of other cultures and of different experiences and having the ability to communicate respectfully across difference, will only strengthen our students’ abilities to thrive in their lives after graduation."
Grollman bills himself as a “black queer non-binary intellectual activist."
Stockton University in New Jersey launched a “Cannabis Studies” minor this fall, which consists of five courses that the school says will give students the education required to excel in the field of cannabis. But, as the school made clear, the new program does not constitute an endorsement of the drug.
A Tennessee state senator wants to know which publicly-funded colleges and universities currently have contracts with Nike after the apparel company unveiled its new ad campaign featuring the controversial former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.
The New School for Social Research, a graduate school in Lower Manhattan, will offer a course next semester to explore how feminist and Marxist theory can help save the environment.
A professor teaching a class on terrorism at The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-M) included a 20-day module on “Jihad,” which drew criticism from students at the school...
A self-described non-partisan political student group at the College of Charleston in South Carolina recently filed a lawsuit against the college for denying them the status of a registered campus organization. While the college explained that they decided to do so because of the similarity to other clubs, the lawsuit explains otherwise.