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VIDEO: Conservative women resent liberal misconceptions

Young conservative women are sick of being told that they’re just parroting the views of their parents or boyfriends.

Cabot Phillips Jun 21, 2018 at
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Antifa calls NYU prof a 'hero' for doxxing ICE employees

Antifa members are praising an NYU faculty member as a "hero" for doxxing more than 1,500 ICE employees.

Grace Gottschling Jun 21, 2018 at
10:58 AM EDT
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Retracted pro-colonialism article given new life

The NAS has re-published a controversial pro-colonialism essay that was retracted by an academic journal following “credible threats” to the author.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 20, 2018 at
2:40 PM EDT
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Academics blast immigration enforcement as 'child abuse'

Professors and university administrators are condemning the Trump Administration for its “zero tolerance” approach to enforcing immigration law.

Grace Gottschling Jun 20, 2018 at
1:08 PM EDT
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Student group tells ‘white folks’ to ‘STOP CALLING THE COPS’

A Marquette University student group is imploring “white folks” to “STOP CALLING THE COPS.”

Zachary Petrizzo Jun 20, 2018 at
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Princeton course will teach students to 'read queerly'

Princeton University is offering a new course this fall that will teach students about the "theory, narrative, and aesthetics" of "queer literatures."

Matthew Penza Jun 20, 2018 at
9:27 AM EDT
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Lawsuit accuses TAMU of anti-male bias in sexual assault case

A Texas A&M university student filed a lawsuit Monday accusing the school of discriminating against men in its handling of sexual assault cases.

Grace Gottschling Jun 20, 2018 at
8:21 AM EDT
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Harvard derides affirmative action lawsuit as 'ideological'

Both sides in a lawsuit challenging Harvard University’s affirmative action policies are asking the court to rule in their favor without a trial.

Cory Compton Jun 19, 2018 at
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The tweets that originally landed Rapone in hot water.
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Army discharges West Point grad who promoted communism

The West Point graduate who promoted communism in social media posts last year has officially been discharged from the U.S. Army.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 19, 2018 at
11:51 AM EDT
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Prof urges math teachers to adopt 'social justice pedagogies'

A new textbook calls on math teachers to adopt “social justice pedagogies” to help fight the “oppressive status quo."

Toni Airaksinen Jun 19, 2018 at
9:10 AM EDT
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Prof blames mathematics for 'global disparities in wealth'

A professor claims in a new textbook that learning mathematics can cause “collateral damage” to society by training students in "ethics-free thought."

Toni Airaksinen Jun 19, 2018 at
7:28 AM EDT
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University shells out $122,500 to settle security fee lawsuit

The University of Washington has agreed to pay $122,500 and stop charging security fees for speaking events to settle a First Amendment lawsuit.

Grace Gottschling Jun 18, 2018 at
3:00 PM EDT
Protesters trample an Israeli flag during an anti-Zionism protest.
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Liberal academics blast bill intended to fight anti-Semitism

A committee of self-described “liberal and progressive” academics penned an op-ed last week warning against a new bill designed to help Jewish students./p>

Toni Airaksinen Jun 18, 2018 at
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Colleges reject BDS demands for 9th straight year

For the ninth year in a row, university administrations have rejected student demands that they divest from companies that do business with Israel.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 18, 2018 at
1:14 PM EDT
Graduate teaching assistant Courtney Lawton expressing her opinion of Turning Point USA.
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AAUP censures UNL for punishing lecturer who bullied student

The AAUP has formally censured the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for suspending an instructor who berated a conservative student on campus last year.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 18, 2018 at
12:10 PM EDT
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Prof claims Google search algorithms 'privilege whiteness'

A University of Southern California professor claims that Google’s search algorithms “privilege whiteness” and “discriminate against people of color.”

Toni Airaksinen Jun 18, 2018 at
10:32 AM EDT
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Course applies 'feminist methodologies' to scientific research

Harvard University is offering a course next semester designed to teach students how “feminism” and “gender theory” benefit the practice of science.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 18, 2018 at
9:17 AM EDT
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DU expands female-only program despite low male enrollment

Despite ongoing issues with male enrollment, the University of Denver is set to expand its female-only program designed to promote female success.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 18, 2018 at
7:30 AM EDT
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Harvard Medical School ashamed of white male department heads

The Harvard University Medical School has removed portraits of former department chairs from a lecture hall because they are not sufficiently diverse.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 15, 2018 at
3:22 PM EDT
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STUDY: ‘no clear evidence’ of gender bias in poli sci journals

A new study finds that lack of submissions, rather than editorial bias, is to blame for the lack of academic articles by female scholars.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 15, 2018 at
2:49 PM EDT
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Muslim prof made students praise Allah before entering office

UConn says a Muslim professor retired after complaints that he required students to remove their shoes and say “Bismillah” before entering his office.

Grace Gottschling Jun 15, 2018 at
1:25 PM EDT
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Conservative student fears cover-up of false police report

A conservative student claims that Kent State University is covering up for student cadets who falsely reported her to campus police for having a gun.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 15, 2018 at
11:43 AM EDT
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UMich ignored federal guidance in dismissing Title IX complaint

The University of Michigan failed to follow proper procedure when it abruptly closed a Title IX probe into allegations of anti-male discrimination.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 15, 2018 at
9:43 AM EDT
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Human rights prof says Venezuelans 'better off' under socialism

A professor of human rights law claims that Venezuelans are “better off” because of Hugo Chávez and are currently enjoying “free and fair” elections.

Grace Gottschling Jun 15, 2018 at
7:05 AM EDT
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Cornell considering 'enhanced' punishments for 'bias' incidents

Cornell is considering “enhanced” penalties for misconduct that is “motivated by bias” in an effort to make campus more “diverse” and “inclusive.”

Celine Ryan Jun 14, 2018 at
3:38 PM EDT
Riot police face off against Antifa protesters at the height of the disruptions at Evergreen State.
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Weinstein warns Congress about ‘cult’ of campus progressivism

Bret Weinstein warned Congress last week that Evergreen State is just the most visible example of a despotic progressive “cult” on college campuses.

Cory Compton Jun 14, 2018 at
12:40 PM EDT
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Liberal speakers outnumbered conservatives 11-1 at Indiana U

Liberal speakers outnumbered conservatives at Indiana University, Bloomington last school year by a margin of 11-to-1.

Marissa Gentry Jun 14, 2018 at
12:10 PM EDT
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Profs deride ‘weight loss’ as a ‘Western value’

Two professors argue in a newly published anthology on “feminist nutrition” that “athletic performance” and “longevity” are simply “Western values.”

Toni Airaksinen Jun 14, 2018 at
10:44 AM EDT
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Lawsuit claims Ball State withheld funds from pro-life group

Students at Ball State University are suing the school after officials allegedly denied funding to an organization because of its pro-life views.

Autumn Price Jun 14, 2018 at
8:01 AM EDT
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SURVEY: 'Vast majority' of college students demand due process

A new survey reveals that students overwhelmingly demand due process protections, but aren't getting it at most top colleges.

Grace Gottschling Jun 13, 2018 at
4:07 PM EDT
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USC report complains of too many 'white male' film critics

A report put out by USC frets that film critics are “largely white and male,” advocating strict racial and gender quotas to solve the "problem."

Celine Ryan Jun 13, 2018 at
2:49 PM EDT
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UMich caves after DOJ calls speech policies 'unconstitutional'

After repeatedly insisting that a First Amendment lawsuit endorsed by the DOJ was based on “mistaken premises,” UMich has revised its speech policies.

Grace Gottschling Jun 13, 2018 at
1:26 PM EDT
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Georgetown called out for urging donations to left-wing groups

After heavy pressure, Georgetown University Law School is no longer publicly urging students to donate “time and money” to left-wing activist groups.

Zachary Petrizzo Jun 13, 2018 at
11:55 AM EDT
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Swarthmore doesn't bite on demands from fasting activists

Despite radical activism, including fasting, Swarthmore College has announced that it will not jeopardize its endowment to fight global warming.

Matthew Stein Jun 13, 2018 at
9:40 AM EDT
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Louisiana gov reverses course, signs campus free speech bill

Louisiana has officially become the 10th U.S. state to pass legislation protecting free expression on college campuses.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 12, 2018 at
2:31 PM EDT
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Prof warns of ‘theocratization’ of Constitution by conservatives

A Columbia University professor claims that conservatives’ belief in “natural law” is leading to a “radical theocratization of the Constitution.”

Matthew Penza Jun 12, 2018 at
11:31 AM EDT
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VIDEO: Students blast Supreme Court ruling on gay wedding cake

College students are outraged that the Supreme Court wouldn't force a Christian baker to cater a gay wedding, but what if the roles were different?

Cabot Phillips Jun 12, 2018 at
9:39 AM EDT
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College offers class exploring ‘feminist nutrition’

Hobart and William Smith Colleges will offer a women’s studies course next year exploring topics such as “feminist nutrition.”

Toni Airaksinen Jun 12, 2018 at
9:01 AM EDT
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DOJ backs free speech watchdog in lawsuit against UMich

The Department of Justice has filed a statement of interest in a lawsuit challenging the University of Michigan’s controversial speech code policies.

Nikita Vladimirov Jun 11, 2018 at
4:22 PM EDT
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Prof says feminists have ‘every right’ to ‘hate men’

Northeastern University’s director of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies demands that men “step away” because “we have every right to hate you.”

Grace Gottschling Jun 11, 2018 at
2:24 PM EDT
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Study claims ‘white fear’ causes opposition to welfare

The University of California recently highlighted a study claiming that opposition to welfare programs is a direct result of “white fear.”

Celine Ryan Jun 11, 2018 at
1:31 PM EDT
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Prof: Viewpoint diversity just 'Trojan horse' for racism

A sociology professor at UT-Knoxville recently argued that calls for diversity of thought are, in fact, “a Trojan horse for white identity politics.”

Toni Airaksinen Jun 11, 2018 at
10:12 AM EDT
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Syracuse suspends 16 students for satirical frat roast

Syracuse University is under fire for issuing lengthy suspensions to 16 students who took part in an offensive fraternity skit earlier this year.

Grace Gottschling Jun 11, 2018 at
9:04 AM EDT
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Boston University hosted just 3 conservative speakers in 2016-17

Boston University's official calendar shows that it hosted just three conservative speakers during the 2016-2017 school year, compared to 34 liberals.

Shannon Golden Jun 08, 2018 at
4:07 PM EDT
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Christian colleges prevail over Obamacare in federal court

After a lengthy legal battle, two Christian colleges have won a lawsuit seeking a religious exemption from the Obamacare contraception mandate.

Sandor Farkas Jun 08, 2018 at
1:30 PM EDT
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Lawsuit alleges UMN illegally procured aborted fetal tissue

Oral arguments began Thursday in a lawsuit accusing the University of Minnesota of “illegally procuring and using human fetal tissue for research.”

Grace Gottschling Jun 08, 2018 at
10:37 AM EDT
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Princeton group aims to make men ‘tremendously vulnerable’

Princeton University offers male students a bi-weekly discussion group about how to “dismantle the institutional privilege that men enjoy.”

Toni Airaksinen Jun 08, 2018 at
9:17 AM EDT
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Baylor leaves conservative group in limbo for 18+ weeks

Conservative students are accusing Baylor University of intentionally stalling the recognition process for a group they are trying to establish.

Grace Gottschling Jun 07, 2018 at
2:47 PM EDT
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Feminist course questions if science can be ‘objective’

Hobart and William Smith Colleges will offer a feminist theory course next year that questions whether science can truly be “objective.” 

Toni Airaksinen Jun 07, 2018 at
12:24 PM EDT
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Student says he was booted from SGA over pro-gun views

A Lone Star College student claims that he was booted from his position as student government president after voicing his pro-gun views.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 07, 2018 at
11:07 AM EDT
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