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Illegal immigrants demand guaranteed jobs from UC-Berkeley

A student group blasted UC-Berkeley for trying to “take credit” for student-led efforts to support an illegal immigrant student detained by ICE.

Celine Ryan Jan 19, 2018 at
4:07 PM EDT

UCLA fining itself for air travel to fight global warming

UCLA is determined to fight global warming by slapping fees on its own air travel.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 19, 2018 at
3:08 PM EDT

Court rejects school's effort to dismiss free speech lawsuit

A judge has rejected Pierce College's argument that it should be able to restrict free speech to just 0.003% of campus.

Tyler Cochran Jan 19, 2018 at
2:06 PM EDT

Police have to protect Trump supporters from mob at USC

Campus police escorted two Trump supporters from USC's campus when a mob threatened their safety following a gubernatorial town hall.

Sandor Farkas Jan 19, 2018 at
11:17 AM EDT

Students, profs boycott bookstore for supporting Israel

Columbia University students and professors are calling for a boycott of a local bookstore after it issued a statement affirming Israel’s right to exist.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 19, 2018 at
10:29 AM EDT

Report: ‘Believe the victim’ mentality undermines justice

A new report argues that the “believe the victim” mentality is compromising “the integrity of our entire legal system.”

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 18, 2018 at
5:06 PM EDT

Profs blast 'tokenistic' depictions of minorities in textbooks

A team of professors recently blasted K-12 textbooks for their “superficial” and “tokenistic” portrayal of women and racial minorities.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 18, 2018 at
3:24 PM EDT
An iconic mural on Notre Dame's campus reflects the school's Catholic affiliation.

Alumni accuse Notre Dame prez of hypocrisy on pro-life values

An alumni group says it would be “hypocritical” for Fr. Jenkins to attend the March for Life after ND's recent reversal on contraceptive coverage.

Sandor Farkas Jan 18, 2018 at
2:56 PM EDT

CA politics sends college rocketry team’s hopes up in flames

California politics may prevent the Citrus College rocketry club from attending NASA’s annual Student Launch Competition in Alabama.

Anthony Gockowski Jan 18, 2018 at
1:54 PM EDT

Communist leader gives MLK Day speech at Florida State

Former Communist Party USA member Angela Davis appeared at Florida State University Tuesday to deliver a speech trashing the Trump administration.

Genesis Sanchez Jan 18, 2018 at
11:08 AM EDT

Students earned $11/hour to complain about Halloween costumes

Washington State University pays “Peer Educators” $11/hour to host social justice workshops, but so far Halloween costumes seem to be the only target.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 18, 2018 at
10:21 AM EDT

Course uses 'Pyramid of White Supremacy' to teach diversity

A course at Salisbury University in Maryland is using a “Pyramid of White Supremacy” to help teach students about diversity and “cultural competence.”

Kassy Dillon Jan 17, 2018 at
7:46 PM EDT

MLK Day speaker promotes BDS to counter 'pressure' from right

The keynote MLK Day speaker at St. Olaf College used the forum to rail against “anti-democratic” conservatives and advocate for divestment from Israel.

Kyle Hooten Jan 17, 2018 at
4:14 PM EDT

Harvard sorority goes ‘gender-neutral’ to avoid sanctions

One of Harvard University’s oldest sororities has been dismantled by its own members following threats of sanctions from university officials.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 17, 2018 at
2:15 PM EDT
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Pro-socialism prof blames capitalism for world wars, slavery

A Columbia University lecturer recently came to the defense of socialism by blaming capitalism for both world wars and “centuries of slavery.”

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 17, 2018 at
12:40 PM EDT

Student activist Brooke Paz tops list of Higher Ed Heroes

Pro-life activist and College Republicans leader Brooke Paz took first place in the voting for Campus Reform’s inaugural Higher Ed Heroes competition.

Campus Reform Staff Jan 17, 2018 at
12:03 PM EDT

Colleges dropping 'Fat Studies' courses in 2018

Following criticism of the recent proliferation of "fat studies" courses, many colleges have begun quietly cutting the classes from their curricula.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 17, 2018 at
8:03 AM EDT

Clemson makes senators sign NDA before impeachment trial

Student senators at Clemson University say they were forced to sign nondisclosure agreements before the impeachment trial of their vice president.

Mitchell Gunter Jan 16, 2018 at
3:47 PM EDT

UC-Berkeley sued for failing to intervene in violent riots

Four California residents recently sued UC-Berkeley and the surrounding city for failing to protect them during the Milo Yiannopoulos riots last year.

Adam Sabes Jan 16, 2018 at
3:08 PM EDT

Course explores 'appropriate whiteness in the age of Trump'

Hampshire College is offering a course this semester exploring how to respond to white supremacy in the “Age of Trump.”

Kassy Dillon Jan 16, 2018 at
1:54 PM EDT

Shapiro snags second place in 2017 Higher Ed Heroes awards

Ben Shapiro has earned second place in Campus Reform’s 2017 Higher Ed Heroes awards for his work promoting free speech on campus.

Campus Reform Staff Jan 16, 2018 at
11:43 AM EDT

Prof: Valuing ‘emotion as knowledge’ fights 'white identity'

A University of New Mexico is urging colleagues to value “emotion as knowledge” in their efforts to fight white supremacy and promote social justice.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 16, 2018 at
11:24 AM EDT

Antifa group torches ICE fliers at UT-San Antonio

An Antifa group at UT-San Antonio recently rounded up and torched promotional materials put out by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Mitchell Gunter Jan 16, 2018 at
9:24 AM EDT

UT rejects funding from group linked to Chinese Communists

The University of Texas at Austin has rejected funding from a group with suspected ties to the Communist Party in China.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 16, 2018 at
7:45 AM EDT

UCLA 'Social Justice Advocates' program goes dark

UCLA appears to have cancelled a program that sought to pay students to fight “whiteness, privilege, and heteronormativity.”

Toni Airaksinen Jan 15, 2018 at
2:19 PM EDT

Jeff Bezos donates $33 million for DACA scholarships

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife recently donated $33 million to a national scholarship fund for illegal immigrant students.

Eduardo Neret Jan 15, 2018 at
1:48 PM EDT

Advisor resigns after wishing Allie Stuckey a '#metoo moment'

An advisor for Georgetown University has resigned after eliciting criticism for a tweet in which he wished for Allie Stuckey to have a “#metoo moment.”

Adam Sabes Jan 15, 2018 at
12:37 PM EDT

UNH offers 'Unpacking Whiteness' workshop for faculty, staff

An upcoming workshop at UNH will help white faculty and staff examine their “whiteness” and learn to create “a community that is racially just.”

Celine Ryan Jan 15, 2018 at
11:46 AM EDT

Troy Worden takes third-place among 2017's Higher Ed Heroes

Former Berkeley College Republicans President Tory Worden took third place in Campus Reform’s 2017 Higher Ed Heroes competition.

Campus Reform Staff Jan 15, 2018 at
11:23 AM EDT

Ole Miss won't rule out microaggression-related suspensions

Ole Miss has declined to clarify whether students can be suspended or expelled for a single microaggression, as an admin recently suggested.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 15, 2018 at
10:09 AM EDT

Georgetown advisor hopes Allie Stuckey has '#metoo moment'

A Georgetown University Master of Foreign Service advisory board member tweeted Saturday that he wishes Allie Stuckey has a “#metoo moment.”

Adam Sabes Jan 13, 2018 at
11:24 PM EDT

Miami Dolphins create social justice scholarship program

The Miami Dolphins recently announced a new social justice-themed scholarship that will cover four years of tuition for one annual recipient.

Adam Sabes Jan 13, 2018 at
12:15 PM EDT

Prof creates checklist for detecting white supremacy

An English professor at Linfield College has developed a checklist that is intended to help individuals determine whether they are white supremacists.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 13, 2018 at
11:04 AM EDT
An unidentified Israeli soldier evacuates a family after a missile attack by Hamas terrorists.

USC prof includes 'Israeli zionists' on list of 'terrorists'

A petition is calling on USC to discipline a professor who included “Israeli Zionists” on a list of “terrorists” during a classroom presentation.

Sandor Farkas Jan 12, 2018 at
3:05 PM EDT
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Antifa group proposes 'Law Enforcement Incineration Day'

An Antifa student group at UT Austin recently proposed that “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day” be rebranded as “Law Enforcement Incineration Day.”

Mitchell Gunter Jan 12, 2018 at
2:09 PM EDT

SD rep wants colleges to come clean about campus free speech

A South Dakota state representative has introduced legislation to forbid public universities from restricting any lawful form of expression on campus.

Adam Sabes Jan 12, 2018 at
12:27 PM EDT
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UNC-Charlotte, Planned Parenthood sponsor new 'Sex Week'

UNC-Charlotte will soon host its first-ever Sex Week, featuring events such as “f*** like your life depends on it” and “cookies and condoms.”

Anthony Gockowski Jan 12, 2018 at
11:14 AM EDT

Tucker Carlson takes #4 spot among 2017's Higher Ed Heroes

Campus Reform's readers have chosen popular Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson as one of the top five Higher Ed Heroes of 2017.

Campus Reform Staff Jan 12, 2018 at
10:10 AM EDT

Former dean says Mizzou fired her for questioning racial quotas

A former med school dean is suing Mizzou, alleging that she was fired because of her race and skepticism of certain diversity initiatives.

Sandor Farkas Jan 12, 2018 at
9:12 AM EDT

Prof fears academia's 'leftward shift' could get even worse

An economics professor recently warned of the harmful consequences caused by academia’s increasingly leftist tilt, predicting it will only get worse.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 11, 2018 at
4:06 PM EDT
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Mezuzah stolen from office doorway of Jewish student body prez

UCLA's Jewish student body president says she returned to campus Monday to find her mezuzah vandalized in an apparent anti-Semitic incident.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 11, 2018 at
3:04 PM EDT

Columbia offers course on 'persistent racism' of 'Trumpism'

A course at the Teachers College, Columbia University teaches that “Trumpism” is defined by "persistent racism, misogyny, xenophobia, and homophobia."

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 11, 2018 at
1:59 PM EDT

California bill deems abortion a 'constitutional right'

California lawmakers are advancing a bill that would require every public university in the state to provide students with abortion pills on demand.

Sandor Farkas Jan 11, 2018 at
12:46 PM EDT

Watchdog group slams 'progressive propaganda' in AP Euro exam

The National Association of Scholars is blasting the College Board for failing to correct the “progressive propaganda” in AP European History Exams.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 11, 2018 at
11:29 AM EDT

Scholars claim that statistics 'serve white racial interests'

A new theory catching on among academics posits that statistics "serve white racial interests" because "numbers are social constructs."

Toni Airaksinen Jan 11, 2018 at
10:19 AM EDT

Jordan Peterson voted one of 2017's Higher Ed Heroes

University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson took fifth place in the voting for 2017's "Higher Ed Heroes."

Campus Reform Staff Jan 11, 2018 at
9:39 AM EDT
According to the State of Connecticut, Bandy Lee does not have a valid license to practice psychiatry.

Records show psych prof who 'diagnosed' Trump lacks license

The Yale psych professor who has repeatedly diagnosed President Trump with a "mental impairment" appears to lack a valid license in Connecticut.

Anthony Gockowski Jan 10, 2018 at
4:29 PM EDT
Former Mizzou instructor Melissa Click calling for some

Nebraska Sen. proposes bill to protect student journalists

A Nebraska state senator has introduced legislation to protect student journalists and their faculty advisors against retaliation from administrators.

Adam Sabes Jan 10, 2018 at
3:21 PM EDT
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University of Oregon symposium asks 'What's Up With Whiteness?'

The University of Oregon (UO) is hosting an “Allyship Symposium” for students later this month discussing the question “What’s Up With Whiteness?”

Adam Sabes Jan 10, 2018 at
1:04 PM EDT

Facebook awards USC students for ‘bias-busting’ app

Facebook awarded four USC students third prize in a recent competition for developing an app intended to combat gender bias in the workplace.

Anthony Gockowski Jan 10, 2018 at
12:29 PM EDT
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