"Apparently, they don’t believe that people should have the constitutional right to question their accuser and vice versa."
“in an effort to foster diversity and inclusion."
The school’s guide tells groups to ask themselves a variety of questions, including, “Has a similar event been characterized as controversial or problematic by any media?” and “Does your gut tell you this event might be controversial?”
The lawsuit...accused MSU of violating his free speech rights, due process and equal protection.
“Being aware of ourselves, of other cultures and of different experiences and having the ability to communicate respectfully across difference, will only strengthen our students’ abilities to thrive in their lives after graduation."
"[t]he first of its kind, as far as we are aware."
Stockton University in New Jersey launched a “Cannabis Studies” minor this fall, which consists of five courses that the school says will give students the education required to excel in the field of cannabis. But, as the school made clear, the new program does not constitute an endorsement of the drug.
A Tennessee state senator wants to know which publicly-funded colleges and universities currently have contracts with Nike after the apparel company unveiled its new ad campaign featuring the controversial former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.
The New School for Social Research, a graduate school in Lower Manhattan, will offer a course next semester to explore how feminist and Marxist theory can help save the environment.
A professor teaching a class on terrorism at The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-M) included a 20-day module on “Jihad,” which drew criticism from students at the school...
A self-described non-partisan political student group at the College of Charleston in South Carolina recently filed a lawsuit against the college for denying them the status of a registered campus organization. While the college explained that they decided to do so because of the similarity to other clubs, the lawsuit explains otherwise.
A new study finds that conservative women in college are less likely to support the use of identity politics in presidential campaigns.
A Harvard University professor claims in a new academic study that merit-based admission processes at elite universities “reproduce inequality.”
A professor teaching a general education math course at Penn State University included pages of his personal opinion on politics and social justice issues in exams.
A study by a researcher at Stanford University , the No. 2 ranked law school in the U.S., finds that conservative or libertarian law professors are discriminated against largely at top-ranked law schools when compared with their liberal and moderate peers.
A City University of New York (CUNY) administrator is demanding that the school protect him from a “coordinated harassment and discrimination campaign” that has left him “fearing for his life.”
A Missouri college has dropped Nike an athletic apparel provider, just days after the company unveiled its new ad campaign featuring controversial former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.
The California State University, Fresno professor who bashed Barbara Bush on the day of her death returned to class on Wednesday.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill police charged a professor with simple assault during the toppling of a Confederate statue on campus, the school told Campus Reform on Wednesday.
This month, Professor Lauran Whitworth of Saint Mary’s College of Maryland turned heads with her piece on environmental conservation in the academic journal Feminist Theory.
A Wisconsin student sued her school on Tuesday after the administration labeled her a “disruptive student” when she handed out Valentine’s Day cards reading “Jesus Loves You.”
The University of Minnesota is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the school of "banishing" Ben Shapiro to "an inadequate venue."
A University Of Buffalo psychology professor says that students who support President Trump or his “America First” policies are “more likely” to show prejudice toward international students.
Vox.com published an article Friday claiming liberals are the true victims when it comes to free speech censorship on American college campuses, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
A white Emory University law professor who wrote that the American judicial system is “plagued” by “racism” was suspended this week for allegedly using the N-word in class.
The Young Democratic Socialists of America plan to launch a “College for All” campaign on college campuses across the country this Labor Day.
Starting next year, the University of Illinois will waive all tuition and fees for new in-state students with family incomes below the state median.
The Department of Justice is siding against Harvard University in a lawsuit accusing the school of discriminating against Asian American applicants.
A professor recently published a scholarly article exploring how “queer environmentalism” and “ecosexuality” can make environmentalism more appealing.
Florida State University is requiring new students to learn about coping with stress, but will exempt those who have "experienced significant trauma."
The public sector union representing graduate student-employees at the University of Illinois passed a resolution declaring itself a “Sanctuary Union.”
A Social Justice Task Force wants SUNY Plattsburgh to make wide-ranging and potentially costly efforts to promote “diversity and inclusion” on campus.
The University of California Student Workers Union has reached a contract agreement with the UC system, but the union is not calling it a victory.
This fall, UC Berkeley students can learn about “white comfort/coddling,” Israeli "colonialism" in Palestine, and "decolonizing" academic research.
The National Coalition for Men has filed a Title IX complaint against the University of Pennsylvania alleging that 22 programs unlawfully exclude men.
A group of Swarthmore College students are attempting to form a union to demand pay raises funded by the school's endowment.
The nation’s oldest men’s group has filed a Title IX complaint against Northeastern University after a professor publicly advocated hating men.
Baylor University is implementing a new “cultural humility” training to help student leaders prevent and respond to “microaggressions.”
The YDSA is urging socialists to “take jobs as teachers” in order to exploit the “political, economic, and social potential the industry holds.”
Two professors believe that political violence would best be deterred by treating groups they define as “alt-right” as “conventional street gangs.”
The University of Colorado-Boulder offers a course for students who wish to explore the “consequences” of whiteness.
A University of Utah TA tried to create a “Second Amendment zone” in a classroom, forcing students with guns to stand in the back of the room.