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Rutgers paper blames Florida shooting on 'toxic masculinity'

“Toxic masculinity” is to blame for America’s mass-shootings, according to an op-ed published by The Daily Targum.

Matthew Adimando Feb 23, 2018 at
1:46 PM EDT
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UVM activists block rush-hour traffic, delay ambulances

Student activist intensified their protest against UVM this week, blocking rush-hour traffic while demanding social justice-related reforms.

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 23, 2018 at
12:35 PM EDT
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Syracuse group hosts ‘nonbinary’ version of Vagina Monologues

Syracuse students recently conducted a modified rendition of The Vagina Monologues intended to rid the play of its “white, cisnormative” baggage.

Marissa Gentry Feb 23, 2018 at
10:37 AM EDT
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School offers full-rides to children of slain officer

Otterbein University is offering full-ride scholarships to the four daughters of a police officer who was killed while on duty earlier this month.

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 22, 2018 at
12:16 PM EDT
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Dominatrix hosts ‘BDSM 101’ for Valentine’s Day at UCLA

UCLA hosted a local "BDSM consultant" for a Valentine's Day workshop on "bondage, discipline, dominance, submission, sadism, [and] masochism."

Mitchell Gunter Feb 22, 2018 at
10:57 AM EDT
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College librarians discover new ‘transmisic microaggressions’

Simmons College librarians are warning against “transmisic microaggressions” in a new guide arguing that cisgender people are “fragile."

Toni Airaksinen Feb 22, 2018 at
10:06 AM EDT
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Iowa bill aims to protect belief-based student groups

An Iowa lawmaker wants to make it illegal for colleges to revoke the status of belief-based student organizations that require members to endorse beliefs.

Adam Sabes Feb 22, 2018 at
9:04 AM EDT
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UC-San Diego refuses to cancel course on films of Woody Allen

UC-San Diego is refusing to cancel a course on “The Films of Woody Allen” despite a petition that has received tens of thousands of signatures.

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 21, 2018 at
3:22 PM EDT
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UChicago criticized for promoting ‘white supremacy ideology’

Students are putting on “teach-ins” to challenge their school’s commitment to freedom of speech in the wake of Steve Bannon’s upcoming appearance.

Ema Gavrilovic Feb 21, 2018 at
2:42 PM EDT
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UVM staffer launches hunger strike for diversity demands

A UVM staffer is on a hunger strike in an attempt to force the school to meet a list of social justice demands in “solidarity with black lives matter.”

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 21, 2018 at
12:41 PM EDT
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UWSP ends discriminatory tutoring policy ‘effective immediately’

UW-Stevens Point is ending a policy that exempted all minority students from fees for one-on-one tutoring sessions.

Celine Ryan Feb 21, 2018 at
11:00 AM EDT
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Christian Center vandalized with ‘F--- Trump’ graffiti

Millsaps College has confirmed that several students were involved in defacing its Christian Center with anti-Trump graffiti last year.

Nikita Vladimirov and Sandor Farkas Feb 20, 2018 at
8:54 PM EDT
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Event on ‘white supremacy’ organized in response to Shapiro

In response to an upcoming Ben Shapiro speech on campus, a university Women’s Center is sponsoring an event on “white supremacy in the age of Trump.”

Kyle Hooten Feb 20, 2018 at
3:25 PM EDT
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Political scientists rank Trump last in 'presidential greatness'

A new survey of 170 political scientists ranks Donald Trump dead-last when it comes to “presidential greatness."

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 20, 2018 at
1:49 PM EDT
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Purdue writing guide: Words with 'MAN' 'should be avoided'

A widely-used online writing and grammar guide suggests that students find alternatives to "sexist" words like “mankind” and “mailman.”

Adam Sabes Feb 20, 2018 at
11:21 AM EDT
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GW Dems use student gov funds for Planned Parenthood fundraiser

The George Washington University’s student government helped to fund a College Democrats event billed as a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood.

Kara Zupkus Feb 20, 2018 at
10:40 AM EDT
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Antifa groups plot to shut down 'fascist' Charlie Kirk at UCF

Antifa groups are plotting to prevent TPUSA founder Charlie Kirk from speaking at UCF, saying his presence would be “endangering student safety.”

Mitchell Gunter Feb 20, 2018 at
9:40 AM EDT
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IU-Bloomington to spend $1.2M studying lack of women in STEM

IU-Bloomington is dumping $1.2 million into a project to examine why women occupy a “relatively small percentage” of jobs in STEM fields.

Marissa Gentry Feb 19, 2018 at
11:11 AM EDT
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Enraged protesters scream at cops, fascists

A group of demonstrators at UT-Knoxville blasted cops during a protest Saturday, urging them and fascists to “get the f--- off of our campus.”

Campus Reform Staff Feb 17, 2018 at
11:49 PM EDT
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Former prof recounts her 'escape' from political correctness

A former professor has written a book about how she “escaped” the campus culture pf political correctness after realizing she was "lying" to students.

Toni Airaksinen Feb 16, 2018 at
2:44 PM EDT
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UC Berkeley allocating up to $800k for 'undocumented' students

UC-Berkeley is planning to allocate $800,000 toward financial aid, much of which will go to “undocumented” students on campus.

Adam Sabes Feb 16, 2018 at
1:32 PM EDT
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MN legislation takes on 'intellectual bullying' on campus

Minnesota State Senator Carla Nelson is introducing a bill that would prevent colleges and universities from limiting free expression on campus.

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 16, 2018 at
12:55 PM EDT
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Campus orgs support instructor who assaulted students

Antifa groups are coming out in support of a graduate instructor who was arrested last year for assaulting two students at the University of Illinois.

Marissa Gentry Feb 16, 2018 at
11:26 AM EDT
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DePaul denies Crowder, says he doesn't 'align' with mission

DePaul University rejected a student group's request to host Steven Crowder, saying the conservative comedian does not "align" with DePaul's "mission."

Ema Gavrilovic Feb 16, 2018 at
9:06 AM EDT
Student senators vote down a proposal to impose mandatory diversity training.
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Clemson senators defeat 'ideological indoctrination' proposal

For the second time in one year, Clemson University's student government has shot down a proposal to make diversity training mandatory for all members.

Mitchell Gunter Feb 15, 2018 at
3:52 PM EDT
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Conservative group sues after admin unilaterally yanks status

A conservative group is suing Lone Star College for revoking its official status after the group posted a video of an abortion debate it had sponsored.

Mason McKie Feb 15, 2018 at
2:34 PM EDT
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‘Divestment handbook' reveals anti-Israel group's strategies

A Students for Justice in Palestine guidebook was recently leaked, exposing the group’s plans to increase divestment activity on campus.

Matthew Stein Feb 15, 2018 at
1:35 PM EDT
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Scholars denounce 'victim-centered' approach to sexual assault

More than 130 professors and legal experts are calling on university administrators to end the use of “victim-centered” investigative practices.

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 15, 2018 at
10:13 AM EDT
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Duke students rebuke prof for saying libertarians are autistic

Students are asking Duke University to condemn a professor's remarks suggesting that conservatives and libertarians are autistic.

Sandor Farkas Feb 15, 2018 at
8:28 AM EDT
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VIDEO: Students sign petition to ban ‘offensive’ Valentine’s Day

Cornell students at were enthusiastic to sign our fake petition outlawing Valentine's Day celebrations, lest they to those without romantic partners.

Cabot Phillips Feb 14, 2018 at
5:02 AM EDT
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Students protest reformed racist's message of 'forgiveness'

A group of students is threatening "radical demonstration" if Carleton College does not adopt its plan for fighting "systems of oppression" on campus.

Kyle Hooten Feb 14, 2018 at
3:51 PM EDT
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University waives $2,000 'security fee' for conservative speaker

The University of Cincinnati has agreed to rescind a $2,000 security fee it had attempted to impose for a conservative speaking event.

Kassy Dillon Feb 14, 2018 at
2:59 PM EDT
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Controversial UW prof offers ‘HipHop and Social Justice’ course

A controversial and flamboyant UW-Madison professor is offering a “HipHop and Social Justice” course that requires students to purchase his rap album.

Sandor Farkas Feb 14, 2018 at
2:22 PM EDT
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Tips from a Berkeley conservative on inviting speakers to campus

The 2017-18 academic year has been one of outrage and shout-downs for conservative speakers on college campuses--none more so than UC-Berkeley.

Bradley Devlin Feb 14, 2018 at
12:01 PM EDT
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Saying 'husband/wife' violates Christian 'dignity,' school says

A page on the University of Dayton’s website recommends that students avoid using gendered language, including “husband” and “wife.”

Kassy Dillon Feb 14, 2018 at
11:16 AM EDT
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Nebraska system adopts free-speech policy after campus incident

The University of Nebraska approved a new freedom of expression policy after a campus incident sparked national outrage.

Adam Sabes Feb 14, 2018 at
10:01 AM EDT
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Brown students: Supporting free speech 'explicitly dangerous'

Students at Brown University reacted to an appearance by Guy Benson with an open letter saying support or free speech is "explicitly dangerous."

Adam Sabes Feb 14, 2018 at
8:55 AM EDT
Opinion

Students swap Sex Week for actual dates this Valentine’s Day

This year, college students across the nation are pushing back against the hypersexualized culture surrounding Valentine’s Day.

Hannah Scherlacher Feb 13, 2018 at
7:31 PM EDT
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Yale group hosts ‘Anti-Valentine’s’ to fight ‘capitalism’

Feminist students at Yale University are hosting an “Anti-Valentine’s” film screening to encourage the “deconstruction” of fraternity culture.

Toni Airaksinen Feb 13, 2018 at
3:52 PM EDT
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Notre Dame changes mind again, will cover contraceptives

Notre Dame has once again made changes to its healthcare plan, this time providing "simple contraceptives" directly.

Evan Holguin Feb 13, 2018 at
2:36 PM EDT
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Group has 'issues' with Marxism, but Antifa 'not terrorist'

Students and community members at Texas State University are outraged after an Antifa group was spotted openly recruiting members on campus.

Mitchell Gunter Feb 13, 2018 at
2:34 PM EDT
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CUNY to host ‘hack day’ for ‘cis and trans women’

The City University of New York (CUNY) will play host to an all-day feminist “hack” event geared towards “cis and trans women” this April.

Toni Airaksinen Feb 13, 2018 at
11:41 AM EDT
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VIDEO: Students afraid to express support for border wall

Congress remain deadlocked on President Trump's proposed border wall, but Trinity University students made clear that they support "open borders."

Cabot Phillips Feb 13, 2018 at
10:58 AM EDT
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Profs launch ‘Victimhood Report’ to chronicle campus culture

Two sociology professors recently launched a blog to document the rise of “victimhood culture” on college campuses.

Toni Airaksinen Feb 13, 2018 at
10:12 AM EDT
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Former Assad spokesman no longer on Rutgers faculty

Rutgers University has cut ties with a former spokesman for Syrian President Bashar Assad who once represented the dictatorial regime at the UN.

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 13, 2018 at
8:19 AM EDT
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Duke prof suggests libertarians are 'on the autism spectrum'

A Duke University history professor recently declared that many conservatives and libertarians “seem to be on the autism spectrum.”

Sandor Farkas Feb 13, 2018 at
7:16 AM EDT
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Vending machines fund social justice grants at UWSP

UW-Stevens Point offers student groups grants to hold “social justice” programs as part of its campus vending machine contract.

Celine Ryan Feb 12, 2018 at
4:14 PM EDT
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Student gov rushes resolution denouncing free speech bill

Six SDSU student senators are protesting a resolution denouncing a bill in the state legislature intended to protect free speech on college campuses.

Adam Sabes Feb 12, 2018 at
3:42 PM EDT
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Columbia event discusses 'obligation' to 'redistribute' wealth

Two Columbia University students are hosting a workshop this month to encourage their peers to “redistribute our own wealth” to “marginalized people.”

Toni Airaksinen Feb 12, 2018 at
2:49 PM EDT
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Activists target conservative students ahead of Kirk event

Liberal activists at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania are plotting to derail a talk by TPUSA founder Charlie Kirk.

Nikita Vladimirov Feb 12, 2018 at
1:14 PM EDT
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