Wayne State University has restored the status of a Christian student group just two days after being hit with a lawsuit for decertifying it.
A Catholic university in Minnesota cancelled a leadership conference it had planned to host in January after determining that it had selected an insufficiently diverse pool of speakers.
A UT-Austin student group that advocates armed revolution against “the capitalist state” vandalized a fountain on campus for International Women’s Day.
The editor-in-chief of the Middlebury College student newspaper has personally apologized for running a photo of conservative scholar Charles Murray.
USM is hosting a lecture next month on "reproductive justice in the age of Trump" and how it counters “white supremacy and male supremacy.”
A student group at UC-Santa Barbara staged a walkout Monday to demand immigration reform and various resources for illegal immigrant students.
UCLA's "Social Justice Advocates" program is once again paying students to fight “whiteness, privilege, and heteronormativity” on campus.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students pay an estimated $7.60 to fund liberal causes each fiscal year, but just $0.36 towards conservative groups.
A Christian student group is accusing Wayne State University of revoking its status for requiring its leaders to affirm Christian beliefs.
The AAUP is publicly calling for what it deems “sensible gun control measures,” such as prohibiting all firearms on college campuses.
The University of Miami says it will no longer require a conservative student group to pay a $7,646 security fee for an upcoming Charles Murray event.
Clemson frats remain subject to strict new rules imposed in response to an alleged sexual assault, even after police found that the report was untrue.
A liberal student government ticket managed to force a second election despite being found guilty of making several discriminatory comments.
Protesters at Lewis and Clark Law School shut down a speech by Christina Hoff Sommers Monday, shouting and even singing over her throughout the talk.
Several UCLA departments hosted a forum Monday to galvanize support for illegal immigrants and discuss recent developments related to DACA.
The initiative demands that the University of Minnesota divest from companies accused of assisting Israel in committing human rights violations against Palestine.
A CUNY Kingsborough Community College administrator believes he is being targeted by vandals for his pro-Trump, pro-Israel views.
Conservatives at Rider University are up in arms over a student government bill that they fear will be used to shut down conservative groups on campus.
Students at Lewis and Clark Law School recently decried the invitation of Christina Hoff Sommers to campus as an “act of aggression and violence.”
An Ohio State University professor recently slammed the entire panel of 2016 GOP primary candidates in an inexplicable 15-minute rant.
A George Washington University student is amazed that conservatives can resist the "endless resources that challenge conservative ideals" on campus.
The Women’s Center at Miami University is paying students to organize events that promote “social justice and radical feminism” on campus.
Purdue University has revised a popular online writing guide that has been criticized for stating that words with “man” in them “should be avoided.”
A Brown University student wants a “men’s revolution” to “liberate not only men, but all of society, from the constraints of toxic masculinity.”
Duke University is no longer allowing incoming freshmen to select their own roommates, lest they choose people with “similar backgrounds” to their own.
Bryn Mawr College recently produced a new pamphlet that adds “co,” “kit,” “sie,” “it,” and “ey” to the list of “gender-neutral” pronouns.
The University of Connecticut will host Linda Sarsour this month, but does not seem to be offering special counseling, as it did for Ben Shapiro.
A Florida bill to curb the heckler's veto and ban free speech zones on college campuses cleared a major hurdle Wednesday despite a previous setback.
Brown University will offer a course on the “whitelash” that supposedly caused President Trump’s election as part of a program for high-schoolers.
Flyers at the University of Chicago use images of three “business bros,” including President Trump, to oppose a proposed Business Economics major.
A UCLA professor told students at UC-Berkeley Wednesday that “racial microaggressions” can be “lethal” because they lead to “racial battle fatigue.”
UCLA has invited Chelsea Manning to give a talk next week on “ethics in public service” and “activism and protest.”
A national advocacy organization called Speech First launched this week with the mission of defending students' free speech rights on college campuses.
Students in a physics course at Pomona College were required to complete a project addressing issues such as “implicit bias” and “microaggressions.”
A biology professor at the University of Houston, Clear Lake told a conservative student group that they are “probably receiving Russian funding.”
Pro-union demonstrators protesting a speech by Mark Mix took violent objection to Campus Reform's attempts to learn more about their grievances.
Kennesaw State University recently produced a new pamphlet that adds “ne,” “ve,” “ey,” “ze,” and “xe” to the list of gender neutral pronouns.
Southern New Hampshire University is collaborating on a program that will provide $20 million in scholarships to illegal immigrant students.
Librarians at Simmons College are warning Christian students that “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Easter,” and “God bless you” are microaggressions.
A group of students at the University of Texas, San Antonio plans to start publishing a “No Whites Allowed” (NWA) magazine.
Following public backlash, San Diego State has tweaked the name of a course that it claims was never about removing President Trump from office.
A UT-Austin student group that promotes armed revolution against “the capitalist state” says Twitter suspended its account for “promoting violence.”
A “College Sex Survey” sent out by Michigan State University asks students if they have ever “gagged on a penis” or “ejaculated on someone's face.”
Arizona is funding new academic programs designed to broaden intellectual diversity by examining the importance of Western culture and free markets.
DePaul University has agreed to reconsider its decision to reject a request from its YAF chapter to hold an event featuring Steven Crowder.
Princeton is the only Ivy League school not giving a free pass to applicants punished by their high schools for pro-gun control demonstrations.