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Wisconsin College Dems leader: ‘I f---ing hate white men’

The Wisconsin College Democrats Vice Chair lashed out against “white men” last week, tweeting that she feels emphatic hatred toward the demographic.

Nikita Vladimirov Nov 13, 2017 at
1:53 PM EDT
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Socialist students refuse to join conservative food drive

Two socialist student groups at Kent State University recently refused to participate in a food drive with their conservative counterparts.

Ezra Katz Nov 13, 2017 at
12:56 PM EDT
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PhD: Small desks cause 'hostile' environment for fat students

The executive director of a research institute at UNC-Charlotte argues that small desks create a “hostile physical environment” for fat students.

Toni Airaksinen Nov 13, 2017 at
12:25 PM EDT
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Prof fights swimsuit inequality with 'fat fashion pedagogy'

A Washington State University prof recently touted the “fat fashion pedagogy” she uses to fight “structural inequality” in swimsuit design.

Toni Airaksinen Nov 13, 2017 at
11:11 AM EDT
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Colleges lifts speech restrictions after conservative lawsuit

Macomb Community College has agreed to drop controversial speech policies that were challenged by a lawsuit filed on behalf of a conservative student group on campus.

Nikita Vladimirov Nov 13, 2017 at
10:58 AM EDT
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UPenn urges students to lobby against GOP tax plan

"We urge you to express your views through social media and directly to elected officials in the House of Representatives and the Senate."

Toni Airaksinen Nov 13, 2017 at
10:39 AM EDT
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Feminist prof slams ‘toxic masculinity’ out of ‘love for men’

A Kutztown University professor defended her attacks on “toxic masculinity” by arguing that she does so “out of love for the men in all our lives.”

Toni Airaksinen Nov 13, 2017 at
10:15 AM EDT
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Cornell hosts lecture on feminist 'resistance' to Trump

Cornell University celebrated the one-year anniversary of President Trump's election with an event on feminism, resistance, and privilege.

Neetu Chandak Nov 10, 2017 at
11:49 AM EDT
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UConn to help men stop ‘mansplaining,’ ‘interrupting others’

The application, which went live last week, is open to all “male-identified students.”

Toni Airaksinen Nov 10, 2017 at
10:50 AM EDT
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Notre Dame health plans will keep contraceptive coverage

The University of Notre Dame informed employees Tuesday that its health care plan would continue to provide contraceptives free of charge, reversing a previous decision.

Anthony Gockowski Nov 09, 2017 at
2:06 PM EDT
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Profs publish book on pushing 'social justice' in class

"[T]eachers must recognize their role as one as one of mentor, even peer, on the journey towards greater justice in society."

Toni Airaksinen Nov 09, 2017 at
1:25 PM EDT
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Rutgers hires war-crime 'apologist' to teach international law

"It ought to be a matter of profound concern that an American university would allow an apologist for the Syrian regime’s genocide to be a teacher."

Anthony Gockowski Nov 09, 2017 at
10:10 AM EDT
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Columbia newspaper silent after College Republicans doxing

The Columbia University student newspaper has declined to cover Antifa harassment towards the school’s College Republicans chapter.  

Toni Airaksinen Nov 09, 2017 at
9:28 AM EDT
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Prof exempts 'black fraternities' from call to abolish frats

A professor who is well-known for calling for the “abolition” of college fraternities recently noted that “black fraternities” should be an exception.

Toni Airaksinen Nov 08, 2017 at
3:50 PM EDT
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Profs: Chastising disruptive protesters 'endangered' students

Three University of Oregon professors say the school's president "endangered" student activists by chastising them for a recent disruptive protest.

Adam Sabes Nov 08, 2017 at
1:38 PM EDT
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Black students demand charges for racist graffiti hoaxer

The KSU Black Student Union is demanding criminal charges against a black man who painted racist graffiti on his car and filed a false police report.

Kyle Perisic Nov 08, 2017 at
12:49 PM EDT
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Harvard faculty decline to reconsider frat ban

Harvard University’s faculty has rejected a motion to allow students, particularly those in Greek organizations, the right to free association.

Anthony Gockowski Nov 08, 2017 at
11:15 AM EDT
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Exiled Drexel prof blames 'whiteness' for Texas massacre

The Drexel University professor who once tweeted his desire for “white genocide” now blames “whiteness” for the Texas massacre that killed 26 people.

Toni Airaksinen Nov 08, 2017 at
10:52 AM EDT
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Cornell dorm display encourages students to 'stay woke'

A display in a Cornell University residence hall is encouraging students to “Stay Woke” by learning the definitions of social justice buzzwords.

Neetu Chandak Nov 08, 2017 at
10:18 AM EDT
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University apologizes for off-duty officer’s Kaepernick costume

The University of Nevada, Reno has issued an official apology for an off-duty campus police officer who dressed up as Colin Kaepernick for Halloween.

Kassy Dillon Nov 07, 2017 at
4:03 PM EDT
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DACA lawsuits show universities fear loss of tuition revenue

Universities across the country are expressing concerns that they will “lose tuition revenue” in the event that DACA is cancelled.

Kyle Perisic Nov 07, 2017 at
3:10 PM EDT
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Prager vows U of Wyoming speech will go on despite protest

Students at the University of Wyoming are planning to protest conservative commentator Dennis Prager, saying his views are too “dangerous” for campus.

Celine Ryan Nov 07, 2017 at
1:54 PM EDT
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Prof regrets tweeting that GOP, NRA 'want mass shootings'

A professor at a prestigious university says “frustration” led him to tweet that the GOP and NRA "want mass shootings" after the Texas church shooting.

Adam Sabes Nov 07, 2017 at
12:06 PM EDT
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Clemson offers up to $109k for 'Director of Diversity Education'

Clemson University is offering a starting salary of up to $109,000 to fill its newly created “Director of Diversity Education” position.

Toni Airaksinen Nov 07, 2017 at
11:23 AM EDT
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UMD students outraged that school can’t ban hate symbols

University of Maryland students are in an uproar after the school rejected a campus-wide ban on hate symbols, telling students that a university campus “is not a home.”

Anthony Gockowski Nov 07, 2017 at
10:55 AM EDT
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Prof suggests using art classes to help kids 'turn out queer'

A professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) recently argued in favor of using art education to help “kids turn out queer.”

Toni Airaksinen Nov 07, 2017 at
9:10 AM EDT
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EXCLUSIVE: School admits tenure policy ‘limiting’ to free speech

Documents reveal that officials behind proposed changes to the University of Arkansas system's tenure policy know they will be "controversial."

Nikita Vladimirov Nov 06, 2017 at
4:39 PM EDT
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Penn students educate on 'environmental racism'

"If we are talking about environmental justice, we have to consider intersectionality."

Daniel Tancredi Nov 06, 2017 at
3:40 PM EDT
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'Unconscious bias' trailer tours campuses

Five universities participated in the first leg of a program that tests students for hidden prejudices as a way of promoting “diversity and inclusion.”

Kyle Perisic Nov 06, 2017 at
2:49 PM EDT
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Stanford hiring admin to teach profs about 'implicit bias'

The Stanford University School of Medicine is hiring a new staffer to train professors in “microaggressions” and “implicit bias.”

Toni Airaksinen Nov 06, 2017 at
1:43 PM EDT
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PhD: Pushing women into STEM could 'diminish their happiness'

An Emory University PhD argues in a new book that pushing women into STEM disciplines could, in fact, “diminish their happiness.”

Toni Airaksinen Nov 06, 2017 at
12:53 PM EDT
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Law prof outlines options for banning 'threatening' speakers

A professor at Columbia University Law School recently proposed letting private colleges ban speakers that students find “threatening.”

Toni Airaksinen Nov 06, 2017 at
12:25 PM EDT
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Frat under investigation for Trump-themed Halloween skit

Troy University is investigating a fraternity for a skit it performed on Halloween that was considered offensive.

Kyle Perisic Nov 06, 2017 at
11:56 AM EDT
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Stanford prof sues critics of article touting renewable energy

A Stanford University professor is suing critics who challenged his research on renewable energy, seeking $10 million in damages for libel.

Kyle Perisic Nov 06, 2017 at
11:11 AM EDT
Email sent to VMI alumni encouraging them to support Ralph Northam for Virginia Governor.
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VMI alumnus uses email database to endorse Northam

A VMI alumnus recently sent an email to fellow alumni encouraging them to support Democrat Ralph Northam for Governor of Virginia.

Anthony Gockowski Nov 06, 2017 at
10:39 AM EDT
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'Antifa,' 'alt-right' hang dueling posters at Clemson

Alt-right and Antifa groups are apparently competing for the loyalty of “white people” at Clemson University.

Mitchell Gunter Nov 06, 2017 at
10:01 AM EDT
An art display at the University of Nevada, Reno.
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University art display axes American flag

An art display currently in the student gallery at the University of Nevada, Reno includes an American flag stabbed by an axe and draped on the floor.

Kassy Dillon Nov 06, 2017 at
8:18 AM EDT
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Clemson’s Colin Kaepernick moment

A junior at Clemson University has found himself at the center of a campus-race-and-sexual-assault-fiasco that he is calling a "social lynching."

Dion J. Pierre Nov 04, 2017 at
3:46 PM EDT
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POLL: Millennials would prefer to live in a socialist country

More than four-in-ten U.S. millennials would prefer to live under socialism than capitalism, according to a new survey.

Nikita Vladimirov Nov 03, 2017 at
1:17 PM EDT
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Prof bemoans 'toxic masculine capitalism' in Disney film

A professor at Florida International University recently argued that the Disney film Beauty and the Beast is rife with “toxic masculinity.”

Toni Airaksinen Nov 03, 2017 at
12:25 PM EDT
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'Multicultural' office hosts 'stab a Trumpkin' display

The Board of Multicultural Student Affairs at Providence College recently invited students to stab a “Trumpkin” as a way of relieving stress.

Kassy Dillon Nov 03, 2017 at
11:31 AM EDT
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Georgetown votes against defunding traditional marriage group

A Georgetown University student group that supports traditional marriage has survived efforts to cut its funding for promoting "hatred or intolerance."

Kyle Perisic Nov 03, 2017 at
10:45 AM EDT
After refusing to allow pro-life views, the Baldwin Wallace Allies have cancelled a previously-planned sexual health fair due to
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LGBT group scraps sexual health fair that excluded pro-lifers

An LGBT student group that refused to let a pro-life group participate in its Sexual Awareness Fair has now cancelled the event due to “poor planning.”

Nikita Vladimirov Nov 03, 2017 at
10:04 AM EDT
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Republican students identify alleged vandal, UNCW investigates

Conservative students at UNC-Wilmington believe they have identified the vandal who repeatedly tore down posters promoting a free speech event.

Autumn Price Nov 03, 2017 at
8:20 AM EDT
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Lansing mayor calls Trump 'despicable,' 'pathetic' in MSU class

The mayor of Lansing, Michigan recently subjected a political science class at Michigan State University to a lengthy tirade against Donald Trump.

Chrissy Clark Nov 02, 2017 at
3:04 PM EDT
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UCLA student claims 'civil discourse' promotes fascism

A UCLA student with a history of disruptive protest recently argued against engaging in "civil discourse" with those she considers "fascists."

Toni Airaksinen Nov 02, 2017 at
2:24 PM EDT
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Notre Dame health plan to stop paying for birth control

Notre Dame's student and employee health plans will no longer cover birth control, citing an Obamacare exemption offered by the Trump administration.

Kyle Perisic Nov 02, 2017 at
1:35 PM EDT
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NC State school song criticized for including the word 'Dixie'

North Carolina State University’s student body president is concerned about the “racial implications” of the word “Dixie” in the school’s Alma Mater song.

Amber Wible Nov 02, 2017 at
12:27 PM EDT
Graduate teaching assistant Courtney Lawton expressing her opinion of Turning Point USA.
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UNL admins deny allegations of hostility toward conservatives

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is pushing back against the insinuation that it is hostile to conservative students.

Adam Sabes Nov 02, 2017 at
10:58 AM EDT
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'Whiteness' journal mysteriously goes dark after exposure

An academic journal on “white privilege” has apparently stopped publishing articles following a Campus Reform investigation in September.

Toni Airaksinen Nov 02, 2017 at
9:56 AM EDT
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