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FSU prez defies student vote, agrees to relocate Eppes statue

Florida State University will remove a historic statue from campus, even though the idea was soundly rejected in a 2016 student referendum.

Genesis Sanchez Jul 18, 2018 at
2:45 PM EDT
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'Anti-Oppression Guide' spreads to multiple college libraries

An “Anti-Oppression Guide” previously published by librarians at Simmons College is now appearing at other colleges across the country.

Celine Ryan Jul 18, 2018 at
12:59 PM EDT
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Student ‘fabricated’ email to defame university, Liberty says

A former student Liberty University claimed she was punished for befriending a gay student, but the school says the email she cited was “fabricated.”

Toni Airaksinen Jul 18, 2018 at
10:52 AM EDT
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Researchers say masculinity training 'ignores human nature'

The findings of a new peer-reviewed study suggest that college masculinity programs may be “damaging” to the romantic prospects of male students.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 18, 2018 at
7:17 AM EDT
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School-funded group shares video calling national anthem racist

A school-supported organization at the University of Cincinnati shared a video on its Facebook page claiming that the national anthem is racist.

Kevin Fairchild Jul 17, 2018 at
3:53 PM EDT
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OSU expands ‘microaggression’ course taken by Somali terrorist

Ohio State University is expanding a course on “microaggressions” taken by the student who wounded 13 people in a terrorist attack on campus in 2016.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 17, 2018 at
3:24 PM EDT
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Temple prof praises convicted terrorist Assata Shakur

Temple University prof Marc Lamont Hill wished Assata Shakur, a convicted murderer and wanted terrorist, “safety and protection” on her 71st birthday.

Grace Gottschling Jul 17, 2018 at
2:56 PM EDT
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NY court slams university for denying student due process

A New York university was found guilty by the state Supreme Court of denying a student due process during disciplinary hearings “devoid” of facts.

Grace Gottschling Jul 17, 2018 at
12:34 PM EDT
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Biology prof calls out 'toxic femininity'

Biology professor Heather Heying argues that viewing men as "inherently toxic" merely for being male is a form of “toxic femininity.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 17, 2018 at
10:00 AM EDT
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Liberal prof compares ideological opponents to flat-Earthers

A Seattle University professor says debating whether "unconscious bias" deters women from entering STEM fields is like "debating if the Earth is flat."

Toni Airaksinen Jul 17, 2018 at
7:25 AM EDT
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Yale Law School alumni rally to Brett Kavanaugh's defense

Members of the Yale Law School community are pushing back against attacks on alumnus Brett Kavanaugh following his nomination to the Supreme Court.

Grace Gottschling Jul 16, 2018 at
2:53 PM EDT
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Profs demand Johns Hopkins end ICE partnership 'immediately'

Professors at Johns Hopkins University are petitioning the school’s president to “end the partnership of Johns Hopkins University with ICE.”

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 16, 2018 at
1:11 PM EDT
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Profs demand that Microsoft stop doing business with ICE

Professors from universities across the country are joining a petition demand that Microsoft end its partnership with ICE.

Grace Gottschling Jul 16, 2018 at
12:31 PM EDT
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UMN policy would punish incorrect use of gender pronouns

The University of Minnesota is considering a new policy that would mandate the use of “preferred pronouns” under threat of expulsion or firing.

Nikita Vladimirov Jul 16, 2018 at
10:57 AM EDT
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Prof claims Trump ‘making microaggressions worse’ on campus

An associate dean at a Texas university claims that the election of Donald Trump is responsible for an uptick in microaggressions on college campuses.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 16, 2018 at
9:30 AM EDT
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SUNY Albany only hosted two conservative speakers last year

A Campus Reform survey of the official SUNY Albany events revealed that the school only hosted two conservatives last year. 

Matthew Noyes Jul 13, 2018 at
5:03 PM EDT
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Our Correspondent Program gives me hope

Ever since the Campus Correspondent program launched in 2014, it has been a smashing success.

Sterling Beard Jul 13, 2018 at
2:52 PM EDT
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Antifa groups tweet threats, smears targeting GOP

Antifa groups across the country are calling the GOP lawmakers “fascists” for proposing the “Unmasking Antifa Act.”

Nikita Vladimirov Jul 13, 2018 at
1:07 PM EDT
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EXCLUSIVE: Kansas Sec of State not fooled by KU's excuses

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is condemning KU's “superficial” response to the controversy over a desecrated American flag flying over campus.

Grace Gottschling Jul 12, 2018 at
2:02 PM EDT
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Desecrated American flag moved after Campus Reform reporting

The University of Kansas has moved a paint-spattered American flag from a prominent flagpole to a publicly-funded art museum on the same campus.

Grace Gottschling Jul 12, 2018 at
10:57 AM EDT
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Profs: Stop saying 'girls are as good as boys at math'

A new Stanford University study warns against claiming that “girls are as good as boys at math,” saying this may “unintentionally perpetuate bias.”

Celine Ryan Jul 12, 2018 at
9:49 AM EDT
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ADF demands Fresno State reveal vandal's identity to victim

ADF is urging Fresno State University to reveal the results of disciplinary actions against a student who vandalized pro-life fliers on campus.

Mason McKie Jul 12, 2018 at
7:36 AM EDT
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Students demand that Yale Law spurn alumn's SCOTUS nomination

Students, faculty, and alumni say they are “ashamed” that Yale Law School congratulated Brett Kavanaugh, a 1990 alumnus, on his SCOTUS nomination.

Emily Hall Jul 11, 2018 at
2:56 PM EDT
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Universities pledge to maintain affirmative action policies

Major universities are pledging to continue their affirmative action policies after the Trump administration rescinded federal support for the idea.

Grace Gottschling Jul 11, 2018 at
1:51 PM EDT
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University flies blackened American flag for art display

The University of Kansas is flying a blackened American flag on campus that is intended as a commentary on “the current political climate.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 11, 2018 at
10:58 AM EDT
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Student expelled after photo deemed ‘discriminatory harassment’

A Marquette University student was expelled after coming forward to apologize for accidentally sharing a photo that sparked fears of racism on campus.

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 11, 2018 at
10:19 AM EDT
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Cal Poly admins plot to reduce white enrollment

Cal Poly is looking to initiate dozens of “diversity” projects in an effort to decrease the percentage of white students on campus.

Nikita Vladimirov Jul 11, 2018 at
9:24 AM EDT
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Colleges receive $57M for 'inclusivity,' 'culture change'

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has now given out $57 million to help colleges “advance inclusive excellence in STEM.”

Celine Ryan Jul 11, 2018 at
8:23 AM EDT
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UMich must prove Title IX staff not 'biased against males'

A federal court has ruled in favor of a student accusing the school of violating his due process rights during an ongoing sexual assault investigation. 

Cory Compton Jul 10, 2018 at
3:07 PM EDT
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AAUP calls campus free speech bills a 'right-wing' conspiracy

The AAUP is urging its thousands of members to challenge campus free speech legislation, which it calls “problematic” and “unnecessary.”

Toni Airaksinen Jul 10, 2018 at
12:50 PM EDT
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SJP warns Tulane not to collaborate with Israeli universities

SJP is demanding that Tulane University forego partnerships with Israeli universities because it would alienate Muslim and Palestinian students.

Grace Gottschling Jul 10, 2018 at
11:09 AM EDT
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Portland State seeking prof with commitment to abortion rights

Portland State University is hiring a professor with experience in “reproductive justice" activism, but denies that this entails supporting abortion.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 10, 2018 at
9:48 AM EDT
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Conservatives win free speech fight against UMass Amherst

UMass-Amherst has agreed to lift restrictions on the location and duration of speech to settle a lawsuit brought by a conservative student group.

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 09, 2018 at
3:26 PM EDT
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Activists protest ICE grant for data on weapons trafficking

Activists are protesting Northeastern University’s multi-million dollar research grant from ICE, calling the affiliation “irresponsible and immoral.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 09, 2018 at
2:21 PM EDT
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Princeton students panic over Border Patrol job listing

Students at Princeton University are outraged over an online job listing advertising a position with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Matthew Penza Jul 09, 2018 at
12:54 PM EDT
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University of Wyoming profs protest ‘Cowboys’ slogan

Professors are complaining that the University of Wyoming's new marketing slogan, “The World Needs More Cowboys,” is sexist and non-inclusive.

Grace Gottschling Jul 09, 2018 at
11:37 AM EDT
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Biased Title IX investigation costs USC $111,965

USC has been ordered to pay $111,965 in attorney fees to a male student who was expelled after an "improperly biased" Title IX investigation.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 09, 2018 at
9:56 AM EDT
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School touts pro-women programs despite low male enrollment

Despite a 54 percent gender gap favoring women, the University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical Campus maintains exclusive retention programs for women.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 09, 2018 at
9:09 AM EDT
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VIDEO: Students hate Trump’s SCOTUS pick… before he made it

Although Trump has not made a final SCOTUS pick, students unanimously condemned the president’s nonexistent nominee.

Cabot Phillips Jul 08, 2018 at
6:48 AM EDT
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STUDY: Fossil fuels contribute to ‘petro-masculinity’

A feminist professor at Virginia Tech is warning that fossil fuels are contributing to a warped sense of “masculine identity” and “authoritarianism.” 

Toni Airaksinen Jul 06, 2018 at
3:45 PM EDT
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Iowa State student gov sponsors ‘tree of oppression’

Iowa State student gov. spent $1,000 on a new “Tree of Oppression" intended to represent identities "waiting to break the chains of bondage."

Marina Jaimes and Benjamin Whittington Jul 06, 2018 at
1:33 PM EDT
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McAdams defeats Marquette in WI Supreme Court

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in favor of professor John McAdams, ordering Marquette University to “immediately reinstate” the academic.

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 06, 2018 at
11:35 AM EDT
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'Teaching Handbook' preps profs to counter 'benevolent sexism'

A resource guide for professors at Western Washington University advocates "interrupting microaggressions" in order to create "inclusive" classrooms.

Cory Compton Jul 05, 2018 at
2:23 PM EDT
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UC Berkeley settles anti-conservative discrimination lawsuit

UC Berkeley claims the policy revisions it was forced to make to settle a lawsuit from conservative students do not amount to a “substantive change.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 05, 2018 at
12:57 PM EDT
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Students sue UMN for banishing Ben Shapiro to St. Paul

Conservative students and Ben Shapiro are suing the University of Minnesota for allegedly “banishing [a] conservative event to [an] inadequate venue.”

Mason McKie Jul 05, 2018 at
10:44 AM EDT
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Prof asks students to ‘find something’ to celebrate on 4th

A professor told students that she hopes they can “find something to celebrate” on the 4th despite “a ton of ugliness in our nation’s past and present.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 04, 2018 at
5:03 AM EDT
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Prof claims Hispanic students perpetuate 'colorblind racism'

A Michigan State University professor claims Latino students perpetuate “colorblind racism” by believing in meritocracy and free market values.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 03, 2018 at
1:23 PM EDT
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Study claims expertise, assertiveness are 'masculine traits'

The authors of a new study say “masculine traits” like confidence and assertiveness give male professors an advantage over their female colleagues.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 03, 2018 at
10:56 AM EDT
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Petition urges Marquette to cut ties with pro-abortion club

More than 15,000 people have signed a petition urging Marquette University to sever ties with a pro-abortion student group.

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 03, 2018 at
9:27 AM EDT
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VIDEO: Students say they’re not proud to be American

These students are just plain blue on Independence Day.

Cabot Phillips Jul 03, 2018 at
5:21 AM EDT
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