The GW College Dems declined to participate in a recent Bipartisan Discussion Summit, citing “hesitations” about working with conservative students.
Protesters at DePauw interrupted a lecture by actress Jenna Fischer last week, occupying the venue for 20 minutes while demanding changes on campus.
Rather than attend a meeting to discuss removal of a Jefferson statue from campus, Hofstra University students have instead resorted to vandalism.
"Gun control advocates preach about non-violence, but it is far too common to see them either making threats...or actually physically harming someone."
"It’s not justified...it’s a totally uncalled for act of power."
A University of Washington student was arrested Wednesday for throwing paint on College Republicans members while they tabled on campus.
The University of San Francisco is running a “Check Your Privilege” campaign to educate students about the “social inequalities of privilege.”
University of New Mexico students who are entering a free speech zone on campus are now being cautioned by a large trigger warning billboard.
Faculty members are blasting Purdue for “yielding to pressure from...outside media groups” by imposing oversight on its embattled Online Writing Lab.
An anonymous student is accusing a professor of racism for asking students not to use songs with the word "n***a" for an upcoming theater production.
The College of New Jersey says it will launch a full investigation into the students responsible for destroying a pro-life display on campus.
A Fresno State professor is under fire for cheering the death of Barbara Bush and claiming that she will “never be fired” due to her tenure status.
A radical socialist group at Indiana University-Bloomington is disbanding itself after realizing that its efforts only reinforced the “bourgeois” nature of the institution.
Some students at Fort Hays State University are complaining that a school play is not only “racist,” but also rife with “cultural appropriation.”
The University of Minnesota posted flyers in dorm bathrooms that use video game terminology to help students understand the concept of “privilege.”
Scripps College is standing by its decision to host two Venezuelan diplomats for a speech about the communist country's "grassroots initiatives."
Duke University students interrupted their president’s alumni weekend speech to demand that he leave the stage and address their list of grievances.
Michigan State University's student government recently rejected a proposal to install U.S. flags on campus, arguing that Old Glory lacks inclusivity.
Kent State University hosted an event Tuesday titled “Is Christianity the White Man’s Religion?”
Texas State University's student paper published yet another racially provocative piece calling a prominent conservative activist a "token black woman."
Brookdale Community College is investigating a classroom exchange in which a sociology professor shouted “f--- your life” at a conservative student.
George Washington University students launched a sit-in Monday night to protest the cancellation of a student government vote on a BDS resolution.
A vandal recently smashed a glass display case at Cabrillo College in order to deface a flyer for the College Republicans and Libertarians group.
California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) students are demanding that all cultural student groups receive an increase in funding—except those with “Zionist ideology.”
The dean of the CUNY School of Law is defending student protesters who disrupted a speaking event by aggressively heckling a conservative professor.
Hundreds of professors are demanding that Syracuse University address its alleged gender pay gap before it becomes “a crisis of major proportions.”
More than 50 NYU student groups have pledged to boycott Israeli goods and academic institutions, and are urging the school to join the effort.
GW has released a “Response Action Plan for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” to address a racist Snapchat posted by a student earlier this semester.
Siena College has dropped charges against a student who posted hundreds of flyers to raise awareness of the hostility conservatives face on campus.
An updated (since deleted) version of the event only describes the pool party as a “POC centering space,” instead of explicitly barring non-POC students.
Texas State University’s Student Government is set to hold a joint session Monday in an effort to address demands made by student demonstrators.
Scripps College will be hosting a pool party Friday that only non-white people will be allowed to attend.
Students have been holding a sit-in at Texas State since Wednesday, demanding that administrators oust the student body president from office.
The Illinois Student Government (ISG) passed a resolution last week allocating $840 for a “Meat Free Monday” event to kick off “Earth Week."
Two professors gave a lecture at Roger Williams University last week on “white fragility” and how those in power rationalize "racist" policies.
A conservative law professor was heckled during a speech at the CUNY School of Law by students calling him a "racist" for supporting free speech.
Students shouted down former NFL star and conservative commentator Burgess Owens for allegedly speaking “against” his “own people” at a recent lecture.
The University of Illinois doesn’t use student fees to fund political groups, but it does lavish money on “cultural” student organizations.
Marquette has launched a PR blitz as the Wisconsin Supreme Court prepares to hear the case of a conservative professor suspended over a blog post.
Washington State University has quietly discontinued a “fat fashion” class that aimed to fight “fat stigma, weight bias, and thin privilege.”
While last month's anti-gun walkout drew encouraging statements from many universities, pro-life students have gotten only tepid support.
UT-San Antonio has banned the David Horowitz Freedom Center from campus after the group posted fliers exposing anti-Semitic students and professors.
A court has denied Arkansas State University’s motion to dismiss a free speech lawsuit filed against it in 2017.
After telling students that “ne” and “ve” are gender-neutral pronouns, one university will soon host an all-day conference promoting “queer research.”