A controversial professor who drew national attention for his “white racism” course recently gave a lecture equating conservative students to Nazis.
The only pro-life club at the University of Minnesota-Duluth has been targeted with fake flyers that frame the pro-life movement as misogynistic.
A Seattle University professor contends in a new book that “toxic meritocracy” in video games helps fuel the “dark sides” of gaming culture.
The College of the Holy Cross has decided to cease using "knight imagery" despite a Board of Trustees decision to retain the “Crusader” nickname.
A California State University-Northridge professor stopped teaching classes in January after receiving backlash over an anti-Trump question on an exam.
Miami University (Ohio) has settled a lawsuit with Students for Life by agreeing to eliminate mandatory “trigger warnings” for pro-life speech.
College students traditionally love St. Patrick's Day, but how do they feel after realizing that it's a form of cultural appropriation?
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County has created a new “resource for parents” to help them with “talking to kids about whiteness.”
Five Massachusetts colleges offer students the ability to earn a certificate in “reproductive justice,” the progressive euphemism for abortion rights.
Fordham students protested against “white supremacy” Monday, citing an attempt by conservative students to buy coffee while wearing MAGA gear.
A vast majority of college presidents believe that “the perception of liberal political bias” is behind declining public support for higher education.
Three University of Miami departments have agreed to cover the security fees for an upcoming Charles Murray event.
Worcester State University is considering a long list of diversity-related initiatives, including the creation of a "multicultural common space."
A poli-sci exam at San Diego Miramar College featured questions equating capitalism to "exploitation" and calling the War on Terror "propaganda."
The UCLA student government has come under fire for hosting a phone-banking session encouraging students to lobby for abortion on demand.
A lecturer at UT-Arlington reportedly shared several false claims about conservative comedian Steven Crowder, even accusing him of advocating murder.
A new report traces the current climate of intolerance for free speech on college campuses to the "New Left" philosophies of the 1960s.
A university administrator was recently pressured into resigning because she would not relinquish her spot on the board of a top gun manufacturer.
Harvard University has now fully implemented a controversial policy imposing sanctions on members of “unrecognized single-gender organizations."
DePaul University has overturned its decision to prevent its YAF chapter from hosting conservative comedian and commentator Steven Crowder.
The UC-Merced College Republicans provoked outrage throughout their "sanctuary campus" recently by holding an event promoting immigration enforcement.
UMass-Amherst is offering a feminist-themed health class exploring whether diseases are "subjective states" determined by societal biases.
Michigan lawmakers want to amend the state's Constitution to give the Legislature control over protecting free speech on college campuses.
The University of Minnesota is hosting a professor dedicated to “dismantling whiteness” to discuss how whiteness is an “existential threat” to the U.S.
A growing number of college students are concerned about hostility to free speech on campus, especially for those expressing conservative viewpoints.
Three Swarthmore College students were removed by police last week for blockading the entrance to the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Stanford University has reversed its decision to reject a College Republicans T-shirt logo design because it featured parts of the American flag.
Lawmakers are sounding the alarm about "Confucius Institutes" set up at American universities with funding from the Chinese Communist Party.
A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania was barred from attending a religious studies class after pointing out that there are only two genders.
Wayne State University has restored the status of a Christian student group just two days after being hit with a lawsuit for decertifying it.
A Catholic university in Minnesota cancelled a leadership conference it had planned to host in January after determining that it had selected an insufficiently diverse pool of speakers.
A UT-Austin student group that advocates armed revolution against “the capitalist state” vandalized a fountain on campus for International Women’s Day.
The editor-in-chief of the Middlebury College student newspaper has personally apologized for running a photo of conservative scholar Charles Murray.
USM is hosting a lecture next month on "reproductive justice in the age of Trump" and how it counters “white supremacy and male supremacy.”
A student group at UC-Santa Barbara staged a walkout Monday to demand immigration reform and various resources for illegal immigrant students.
UCLA's "Social Justice Advocates" program is once again paying students to fight “whiteness, privilege, and heteronormativity” on campus.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students pay an estimated $7.60 to fund liberal causes each fiscal year, but just $0.36 towards conservative groups.
A Christian student group is accusing Wayne State University of revoking its status for requiring its leaders to affirm Christian beliefs.
The AAUP is publicly calling for what it deems “sensible gun control measures,” such as prohibiting all firearms on college campuses.
The University of Miami says it will no longer require a conservative student group to pay a $7,646 security fee for an upcoming Charles Murray event.
Clemson frats remain subject to strict new rules imposed in response to an alleged sexual assault, even after police found that the report was untrue.
A liberal student government ticket managed to force a second election despite being found guilty of making several discriminatory comments.
Protesters at Lewis and Clark Law School shut down a speech by Christina Hoff Sommers Monday, shouting and even singing over her throughout the talk.