UCLA is offering to pay students to serve as “Social Justice Advocates” who will “educate” their peers about “systems [of] oppression.”
The presidents of Boston College and Notre Dame are refusing to sign an NCAA pledge committing to “ethnic and racial diversity” in the hiring process.
Even as “concerned students” rally to his defense, former students are revealing even more recordings of a Texas A&M professor advocating violence against white people.
An Orange Coast College professor vowed that she would “stand up to the Republican club...if the College will not” in a newly-revealed email.
A student government resolution condemning anti-Semitism has been vetoed despite passing without a single dissenting vote.
Black UCLA students are demanding $40 million and their own “safe spaces” on campus as compensation for racially insensitive incidents.
Despite finding no evidence of “implicit racial bias” behind a recent lockdown, Colgate University has concluded that its employees need bias training.
The University of California, Berkeley is building a state-of-the-art gender-neutral locker room funded by $2.7 million in student fees.
A group of NAU students is planning a trip to the U.S.-Mexico border to leave food, water, and other supplies for illegal immigrants crossing the desert.
ISU is awarding professors hundreds of dollars for completing summer workshops on how to “reinvent” their courses for “diversity” and social justice.
If you needed any proof of how out of whack the radical left's moral compass is, you need only look at a recent event at UC-Berkeley.
Pro-Israel students at UC-Irvine Students have once again had an event disrupted by members of the school's Students for Justice in Palestine chapter.
Chapman University's student government has become the latest to adopt the State Department definition of anti-Semitism.
UNH students are calling on local stores to stop selling “items like ponchos and sombreros” to prevent cultural appropriation at Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
Democratic Rep. John Lewis exhorted graduates to “turn this society upside down” to combat what he deemed “a mean spirit in America.”
Oberlin College students boycotted on-campus dining services earlier this month to protest the school’s contract with Bon Appetit Management Company.
The University of Arizona is revising its controversial “Social Justice Advocates” position after facing backlash from conservatives.
"Every consideration is made to ensure that our student's graduation day is a celebratory occasion and one they will remember positively for years to come."
“I’m trying to keep this apolitical, but I can’t help myself.”
"This is trash. Please take this violent piece of garbage down."
A local "progressive" group is planning to protest Trump's commencement address at Liberty University, which students are eagerly anticipating.
Students at Bethune-Cookman University showed their disdain for Betsy DeVos by turning their backs on her as she delivered their commencement address.
A Texas A&M University professor is facing backlash for a 2012 interview that recently resurfaced in which he argues for “killing white people in context.”
Cornell University students were sent into a panic Tuesday by false rumors that an ICE agent was on campus.
The University of Chicago’s FIJI fraternity was accused of racial insensitivity for hosting a construction-themed party on the night of Cinco de Mayo.
CU-Boulder is creating special "living environments" in one residence hall for "black-identified" students and social justice advocates.
The University of Rochester's student government has ruled that single-gender groups like Greek life and club sports are a form of “discrimination.”
A tenured professor is resigning from the University of Kansas because of the campus carry law set to take effect in the state this July.
A UNH student publicly berated a white classmate for wearing a serape on his way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
The notorious NAU has now placed signs outside of on-campus restrooms that ask students to consider whether they have “pee privilege.”
AU has agreed to give students of color an extension on final exams and establish “a sanctuary for people of color” following a racist incident on campus.
An Art Institute of Washington professor recently declared that House Republicans “should be lined up and shot” for their passage of an Obamacare-replacement bill.
The UW-Madison student government is demanding “community control” of campus police to counter the alleged “implicit bias” within the department.
"The college campus is a giant unsafe space for independent thinkers[.]"