An assistant professor at Portland State University recently argued that talking about obesity “can help reproduce racial injustice.”
A private investigator hired by Regis University has cleared a conservative student of all charges related to a “Social Justice Bake Sale” in March.
The urgency among universities to whitewash history by eliminating conspicuous apologists for slavery collides with their competing urgency to validate neo-racist policies.
UW-Madison is spending $272,000 on a new diversity training “requirement” for new students, but insists that participation is not “mandatory.”
Montclair State University offers a “weekly discussion group” exclusively for LGBTQ students who are “fat-identified.”
A feminist professor is offering a course this fall on “American Whiteness” that will focus on “attacking racism by making whiteness visible.”
Southern Methodist University has officially reversed its decision to relegate a 9/11 display to a secluded area of campus.
Incoming freshmen at Vassar College will be required to complete a series of diversity-themed workshops as part of their new-student orientation.
The New School offers an extensive guide on “microaggressions” to warn students that such behavior can be “as damaging as ‘explicit’ aggression.”
Students are demanding that Missouri State University cancel classes for an entire day so they can get a slightly better view of the solar eclipse.
Princeton is offering a course this fall that will “examine the changing history, aesthetics, politics, and meanings of fatness” through dance.
Oregon State University is offering a course on “fat studies” in order to teach students how “weight-based oppression” is a “social justice issue.”
A University of Iowa professor has pledged to devote her classes to making her “mostly white” graduate students aware of their “white privilege.”
Whether they investigate fairly and promptly, enforce order, and punish policy-breakers will show whether they respect free speech.
A UC-Davis professor is claiming a victory over the patriarchy after his complaints led organizers of an academic conference to invite more female speakers.
The University of Georgia has made a professor remove a “stress reduction policy” that would have allowed students to choose their own grades.
A professor says social workers must engage in “anti-oppression and privilege training” or else risk contributing to the “problem of social injustice.”
"The next administration could come in and wipe it out."
A Michigan professor recently blasted the state's legislature as a “safe-space for right-wing groupthink” after two free-speech bills were introduced.
Two Penn State professors say many of the commercials featured during the 2017 Super Bowl were just blatant “corporate assaults on Trumpian ideology.”
Editor-in-Chief Sterling Beard joined America's Newsroom this morning to discuss the "stress reduction policy" that a University of Georgia professor attempted to institute in two of his classes.
Lewis and Clark College will host a series of “WOKEshops” during the fall semester to teach students about “different forms of oppression and privilege.”
Fresno State is sidelining a professor until his contract runs out after he made national headlines for tweeting that President Trump “must hang.”
Colleges across the country are assigning incoming freshmen mandatory reading materials that champion the views of the anti-Trump resistance movement.
Bret Weinstein said filing a $3.8 million claim against Evergreen State was “a last resort” after repeated failures to ensure his safety on campus.
A Clemson professor is comparing Trump’s ban on transgender soldiers to “Nazi eugenic propaganda,” calling it “ableism deployed to incarcerate or kill disabled people.”
A UGA professor has a “stress reduction policy” that allows students to select their own grades if they “feel unduly stressed” by the ones they earned.
Oregon State University will pay a new administrator up to $61,500 to push “diversity education for all student residents” in university housing.
Two Temple University professors have sharply criticized the upcoming HBO series Confederate, with one declaring that “some things should be censored.”
Case Western Reserve University is offering up to $500 for students seeking to attend “social justice” conferences.
A UW professor says poor whites rely upon a “national white hard worker mythology” to deflect the blame for economic decline onto “problem people.”
A Vanderbilt University professor recently complained that the field of mathematics is a “white and heteronormatively masculinized space.”
Engineering education has been infiltrated by a “phalanx of social justice warriors” who are steadily corrupting the field, according to an MSU professor.
A psychology professor claimed at an academic conference that “medical fat shaming” at the doctor’s office is “mentally and physically harmful.”
NYU is hiring a tenure-track professor to teach about “racial justice activism” and “intersectional queer and transgender politics.”
Princeton University is offering a course called "Trumpland" that will attribute Trump's election to "white identity politics" and conspiracy theories.
The new Director of Multicultural Student Affairs at NC State recently pledged to create a segregated housing option for “women of color” only.
Organizers of an upcoming humanities conference have capitulated to professors offended by the “unacceptable” dress code at a closing banquet.
The job description says preference will be given to candidates with an expertise in “critical race theory and intersectionality.”
The DOJ confirmed that it plans to investigate potential discrimination in affirmative action policies, but says it is doing so on behalf of Asian students, not whites.
Three professors argue that social workers in K-8 schools should do more to protect students from “the dire consequences of microaggressions.”
The new law reportedly prevents the University of North Carolina administrators from disinviting speakers on campus.
UW-Madison is hiring a staffer with a “commitment to eradicating oppression” to direct segregated programming for LGBT students of color.
Clemson has suspended its search for an “Associate Director for Rainbow Initiatives,” casting doubt on the prospects for a “permanent space” for LGBTQ students.
The AAUP claims to champion academic freedom, but many conservative (or just non-liberal) professors say the organization has ignored their plights.
Two UCLA professors are trying to derail an upcoming symphony performance because Dennis Prager will be the guest conductor.