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ICE: Detained UC Berkeley student wasn't allowed to enroll

The UC-Berkeley student detained by immigration officials last month should never have been allowed to enroll in the first place, according to ICE.

Sandor Farkas Jan 27, 2018 at
2:05 PM EDT

Anti-conservative SPLC now has chapters on 100+ campuses

The anti-conservative Southern Poverty Law Center now boasts of student-led chapters at more than 100 college and university campuses.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 26, 2018 at
3:52 PM EDT

Community college to require diversity course for graduation

Students at a community college in Washington state will soon be required to complete a diversity-related course in order to graduate.

Adam Sabes Jan 26, 2018 at
12:48 PM EDT

Prof says 'male-dominated' textbooks deter women from Econ

A University of Michigan professor recently argued that the lack of women in Economics textbooks could help explain why few females pursue the field.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 26, 2018 at
10:44 AM EDT

DOJ backs conservative students in lawsuit against Berkeley

The DOJ is stepping in to defend a group of conservative students who are suing UC-Berkeley for preventing them from bringing speakers to campus.

Anthony Gockowski Jan 26, 2018 at
9:19 AM EDT

Cuomo plans to extend NY free tuition program to 'Dreamers'

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently revealed his FY 2019 budget proposal, which would extend the state’s free tuition program to illegal immigrant students.

Anthony Gockowski Jan 25, 2018 at
4:17 PM EDT

University to spend $28k on renovations for new LGBTQ Center

Ferris State University is spending $28,000 to renovate space for a new LGBTQ center that is slated to be finished by mid-February.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 25, 2018 at
3:26 PM EDT

Duke 'Men's Project' recruits 'masculine-of-center' students

The Duke University “Men’s Project” recently welcomed students back to campus with an invitation to help “destabilize masculine privilege."

Toni Airaksinen Jan 25, 2018 at
2:36 PM EDT

Penn State profs warn of 'racial bias' in Google Arts app

Some Penn State professors are worried that the portrait-matching feature of the Google Arts and Culture App “might have a racial bias.”

Anthony Gockowski Jan 25, 2018 at
12:47 PM EDT

Students hold 'bleed-in' to demand free menstrual products

University of Florida students walked around campus Tuesday with fake blood on their pants to protest the lack of free menstrual products on campus.

Daniel Weldon Jan 25, 2018 at
11:25 AM EDT

Yale admin asks frats to ignore 'gender identity' during rush

A high-ranking administrator at Yale University recently urged all fraternities on campus to recruit members regardless of "gender identity."

Toni Airaksinen Jan 25, 2018 at
10:15 AM EDT

College pays $55k to settle lawsuit with arrested students

Kellogg Community College has agreed to pay $55,000 to settle a lawsuit from two students who were arrested for handing out Constitutions on campus.

Adam Sabes Jan 25, 2018 at
8:03 AM EDT

University makes staffers take ‘cultural humility’ training

Emory University is now requiring its entire Campus Life staff to undergo “several” mandatory trainings on “cultural humility and social justice.”

Anthony Gockowski Jan 24, 2018 at
4:55 PM EDT

English course syllabus demands ‘Clean Dream Act Now’

A University of New Mexico English professor pledges in her syllabi to protect and “accommodate” illegal immigrant students who take her courses.

Celine Ryan Jan 24, 2018 at
3:30 PM EDT

Judge orders university to reinstate Christian student group

A judge has ordered the University of Iowa to reinstate a Christian student group that lost its status for requiring leaders to endorse its beliefs.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 24, 2018 at
2:55 PM EDT

UA recruiting ‘feminist’ interns to fight ‘heterosexism’

The University of Arizona is recruiting “feminist” interns to help fight “racism, classism, sexism, ableism, and heterosexism” on campus.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 24, 2018 at
12:36 PM EDT

UMN students shell out $35M per year in mandatory fees

The UMN system rakes in roughly $35 million per year from mandatory student fees, but one state lawmaker wants to make the fees optional.

Anthony Gockowski Jan 24, 2018 at
11:15 AM EDT

Male student sues Dartmouth over 'sexual misconduct' finding

A former student claims that Dartmouth College found him guilty of a Title IX violation over a sexual encounter that he did not even initiate.

Sandor Farkas Jan 24, 2018 at
10:18 AM EDT

UConn offers counseling, restricts access to Shapiro event

UConn has decided to restrict public access to Wednesday’s speech by Ben Shapiro, and is offering counseling to students offended by his views.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 23, 2018 at
4:10 PM EDT

VIDEO: Students blame both parties for government shutdown

Republicans may be having more luck escaping blame for the latest government shutdown, at least according to students at New York University.

Cabot Phillips Jan 23, 2018 at
2:02 PM EDT
Western Michigan University offers guidelines to help students

Writing course calls inclusive language 'an ethical obligation'

Western Michigan University encourages students to avoid the terms "mothering" and "fathering" in order to keep "gender bias" out of their writing.

Noah Mickel Jan 23, 2018 at
1:10 PM EDT

Prof tells March for Life supporters to 'sit down and shut up'

While pro-lifers were celebrating the 45th annual March for Life Friday, one professor took to Twitter to express her disgust with the movement.

Bradley Devlin Jan 23, 2018 at
10:46 AM EDT

UTK 'Men's Project' combats 'culturally defined masculinity'

Students at UT-Knoxville recently launched a new group to fight “culturally defined masculinity” because it can “hurt our boys and men.”

Toni Airaksinen Jan 23, 2018 at
10:10 AM EDT

Prof arrested for filming mascot supporters in bathroom

A University of Illinois professor was arrested Monday night for allegedly filming the school's unofficial mascot as he was using the bathroom.

Andrew Minik and Joel Valdez Jan 23, 2018 at
7:52 AM EDT

University rallies students to fight for Planned Parenthood

The University of Arizona Women’s Center is encouraging students to fight for “reproductive justice” by joining the school’s Planned Parenthood club.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 22, 2018 at
3:55 PM EDT

Former student turns arsonist over US policy in ‘Muslim land’

A former St. Catherine University student is accused of attempting to burn down the school in retaliation for U.S. policy in the Middle East.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 22, 2018 at
2:50 PM EDT
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Vandals target conservative student paper over holiday

Over Christmas break, vandals lashed out at the school’s conservative student newspaper, strewing torn-up copies on the ground nearby.

Mitchell Gunter Jan 22, 2018 at
1:57 PM EDT

1,500+ profs vow to resist intellectual 'intolerance'

More than 1,500 professors have now endorsed Heterodox Academy’s mission to support “viewpoint diversity” and “free inquiry” on campus.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 22, 2018 at
12:28 PM EDT

College Republicans' DACA event threatened, vandalized at UW

Some individuals resorted to threats and vandalism when the University of Washington College Republicans hosted an event discussing the DACA program.

Mitchell Gunter Jan 22, 2018 at
10:35 AM EDT

Princeton offers up to $10k for ‘identity and difference’ events

Princeton University is offering students up to $10,000 to run “conversation” events on topics of “identity and difference.”

Matthew Penza Jan 22, 2018 at
9:57 AM EDT

Harvard prof argues #MeToo eschews ‘basic fairness’

A Harvard Law School professor recently criticized supporters of the #MeToo movement for failing to uphold “principles of basic fairness.”

Toni Airaksinen Jan 22, 2018 at
7:49 AM EDT

Illegal immigrants demand guaranteed jobs from UC-Berkeley

A student group blasted UC-Berkeley for trying to “take credit” for student-led efforts to support an illegal immigrant student detained by ICE.

Celine Ryan Jan 19, 2018 at
4:07 PM EDT

UCLA fining itself for air travel to fight global warming

UCLA is determined to fight global warming by slapping fees on its own air travel.

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 19, 2018 at
3:08 PM EDT

Court rejects school's effort to dismiss free speech lawsuit

A judge has rejected Pierce College's argument that it should be able to restrict free speech to just 0.003% of campus.

Tyler Cochran Jan 19, 2018 at
2:06 PM EDT

Police have to protect Trump supporters from mob at USC

Campus police escorted two Trump supporters from USC's campus when a mob threatened their safety following a gubernatorial town hall.

Sandor Farkas Jan 19, 2018 at
11:17 AM EDT

Students, profs boycott bookstore for supporting Israel

Columbia University students and professors are calling for a boycott of a local bookstore after it issued a statement affirming Israel’s right to exist.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 19, 2018 at
10:29 AM EDT

Report: ‘Believe the victim’ mentality undermines justice

A new report argues that the “believe the victim” mentality is compromising “the integrity of our entire legal system.”

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 18, 2018 at
5:06 PM EDT

Profs blast 'tokenistic' depictions of minorities in textbooks

A team of professors recently blasted K-12 textbooks for their “superficial” and “tokenistic” portrayal of women and racial minorities.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 18, 2018 at
3:24 PM EDT
An iconic mural on Notre Dame's campus reflects the school's Catholic affiliation.

Alumni accuse Notre Dame prez of hypocrisy on pro-life values

An alumni group says it would be “hypocritical” for Fr. Jenkins to attend the March for Life after ND's recent reversal on contraceptive coverage.

Sandor Farkas Jan 18, 2018 at
2:56 PM EDT

CA politics sends college rocketry team’s hopes up in flames

California politics may prevent the Citrus College rocketry club from attending NASA’s annual Student Launch Competition in Alabama.

Anthony Gockowski Jan 18, 2018 at
1:54 PM EDT

Communist leader gives MLK Day speech at Florida State

Former Communist Party USA member Angela Davis appeared at Florida State University Tuesday to deliver a speech trashing the Trump administration.

Genesis Sanchez Jan 18, 2018 at
11:08 AM EDT

Students earned $11/hour to complain about Halloween costumes

Washington State University pays “Peer Educators” $11/hour to host social justice workshops, but so far Halloween costumes seem to be the only target.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 18, 2018 at
10:21 AM EDT

Course uses 'Pyramid of White Supremacy' to teach diversity

A course at Salisbury University in Maryland is using a “Pyramid of White Supremacy” to help teach students about diversity and “cultural competence.”

Kassy Dillon Jan 17, 2018 at
7:46 PM EDT

MLK Day speaker promotes BDS to counter 'pressure' from right

The keynote MLK Day speaker at St. Olaf College used the forum to rail against “anti-democratic” conservatives and advocate for divestment from Israel.

Kyle Hooten Jan 17, 2018 at
4:14 PM EDT

Harvard sorority goes ‘gender-neutral’ to avoid sanctions

One of Harvard University’s oldest sororities has been dismantled by its own members following threats of sanctions from university officials.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 17, 2018 at
2:15 PM EDT
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Pro-socialism prof blames capitalism for world wars, slavery

A Columbia University lecturer recently came to the defense of socialism by blaming capitalism for both world wars and “centuries of slavery.”

Nikita Vladimirov Jan 17, 2018 at
12:40 PM EDT

Student activist Brooke Paz tops list of Higher Ed Heroes

Pro-life activist and College Republicans leader Brooke Paz took first place in the voting for Campus Reform’s inaugural Higher Ed Heroes competition.

Campus Reform Staff Jan 17, 2018 at
12:03 PM EDT

Colleges dropping 'Fat Studies' courses in 2018

Following criticism of the recent proliferation of "fat studies" courses, many colleges have begun quietly cutting the classes from their curricula.

Toni Airaksinen Jan 17, 2018 at
8:03 AM EDT

Clemson makes senators sign NDA before impeachment trial

Student senators at Clemson University say they were forced to sign nondisclosure agreements before the impeachment trial of their vice president.

Mitchell Gunter Jan 16, 2018 at
3:47 PM EDT

UC-Berkeley sued for failing to intervene in violent riots

Four California residents recently sued UC-Berkeley and the surrounding city for failing to protect them during the Milo Yiannopoulos riots last year.

Adam Sabes Jan 16, 2018 at
3:08 PM EDT
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