Two San Diego State University professors say farmers’ markets are “white spaces” that contribute to "environmental gentrification."
2017 has seen several people stand up for freedom of speech, independent thinking, and other principles in higher education. Who are your favorites?
The University of Virginia has agreed to recognize a YAF chapter after the group accused student government of illegally denying its application.
TCNJ has debuted a new dorm that promises to be a “safe, supportive living-environment” for students interested in promoting “social justice issues.”
Merrimack College says the "flexible program" will allow students to "customize your major or choose to double-major," and touts "hands-on learning."
The prof. stated that he “wouldn’t debate [Shapiro],” and suggested that students, “set up some sort of an MMA thing between me and him.”
A resource guide at Bard College encourages students, faculty, staff, and visitors, to avoid using “gender binary” language.
The University of Illinois is seeking to hire a new administrator to supervise “social justice education programs” and promote campus diversity.
Alumni are upset that Trinity College plans to reinstate a professor whose controversial public remarks about "whites" landed him on paid leave.
Several University of Baltimore graduates protested U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos as she delivered a commencement speech Monday.
Bunker Hill Community College has agreed to eliminate a speech policy that prohibited a Navy veteran from passing out copies of the U.S. Constitution.
The UNC Board of Governors adopted a systemwide free speech policy Friday that imposes consequences on those who resort to the “heckler’s veto.”
The UMD Senate voted to lower the standard of evidence in misconduct hearings to a “preponderance of the evidence” and limit the role of attorneys.
FIRE's latest survey shows that free speech is gaining acceptance, but nearly 1/3 of colleges still substantially restrict First Amendment rights.
The president of the Columbia University College Republicans was smeared as a “Grand Wizard” of the KKK during a Finals Week comedy routine.
A recent academic conference at UCLA featured calls for “banning anti-sharia laws” and “eliminating First Amendment protections against hate speech.”
Colleges are increasingly offering programs on the dangers of masculinity, but lack data to show that the efforts are effective at changing behaviors.
The University of Virginia received a warning from ADF attorneys Friday after rejecting a prospective Young Americans for Freedom chapter.
Following the discovery of a white supremacist banner at UT-San Antonio, an Antifa group is joining calls for campus police to disarm and disband.
A new left-wing student group at GWU wants to promote “internationalism” by banning books from the school library.
The University of Rochester Medical Center is hiring an administrator to promote “culturally sensitive” artwork and fight “visual microaggressions.”
An English professor at Columbia University Teachers College recently argued that trigger warnings can pose “serious threats” to English education.
A University of Minnesota college advises employees that “bows/wrapped gifts” are “not appropriate for gatherings and displays at this time of year.”
The NFL has partnered with Morehouse College to host a three-day workshop dedicated to teaching student athletes strategies for “effective advocacy.”
Two University of Colorado-Denver professors have proposed using classrooms to counter the “injurious effect on students” caused by Trump’s election.
A conservative group at the University of Wyoming was barred from requesting student government funding until 2019 after hosting Dennis Prager.
Three Harvard University sororities have pledged to keep recruiting freshmen next semester in defiance of threatened sanctions from school officials.
Of the 25 political events hosted by Carleton College during the 2016-2017 academic year, 96% featured liberal-leaning speakers or topics.
Two University of Northern Iowa professors recently argued that practicing “civility” in college classrooms can “reproduce white racial power.”
Harvard graduate students who voted not to unionize last year must go through a whole new election, the NLRB decreed Tuesday.
The FBIis reviewing allegations that the University of New Mexico illegally procured fetuses from a local abortion clinic to conduct medical research.
John Jay College closed its controversial exhibit of artworks created by Guantánamo Bay detainees after receiving a vague threat via Snapchat.
A college adviser faces charges of larceny and disorderly conduct for stealing the property of conservative commentator Lucian Wintrich.
The Evergreen State College professor who was caught on camera screaming at white colleagues has now resigned.
A Christian student group is suing the University of Iowa, claiming administrators told the group it had to "revise" its religious beliefs.
UW-Madison has disbanded a controversial program to educate “men-identified students” about the harm caused by traditional notions of masculinity.
San Diego State University hosted only five conservative speakers during the 2016-2017 academic year, all of them on a single day.
The University of Illinois system released a new set of guiding principles Friday designed to protect free speech from the “heckler’s veto.”
The UPenn TA who boasted of calling on white men last during class is denying reports that she has been removed from teaching duties over the matter.
To help students cope with stress of final exams, some colleges and universities are turning to “therapy llamas.”
The owners of an Ohio bakery are suing Oberlin College, saying administrators actively encouraged slanderous protests that crippled the store's business.
The leader of Purdue University’s School of Engineering Education recently declared that academic “rigor” reinforces “white male heterosexual privilege.”