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Students demand that Yale Law spurn alumn's SCOTUS nomination

Students, faculty, and alumni say they are “ashamed” that Yale Law School congratulated Brett Kavanaugh, a 1990 alumnus, on his SCOTUS nomination.

Emily Hall Jul 11, 2018 at
2:56 PM EDT

Universities pledge to maintain affirmative action policies

Major universities are pledging to continue their affirmative action policies after the Trump administration rescinded federal support for the idea.

Grace Gottschling Jul 11, 2018 at
1:51 PM EDT

University flies blackened American flag for art display

The University of Kansas is flying a blackened American flag on campus that is intended as a commentary on “the current political climate.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 11, 2018 at
10:58 AM EDT

Student expelled after photo deemed ‘discriminatory harassment’

A Marquette University student was expelled after coming forward to apologize for accidentally sharing a photo that sparked fears of racism on campus.

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 11, 2018 at
10:19 AM EDT

Cal Poly admins plot to reduce white enrollment

Cal Poly is looking to initiate dozens of “diversity” projects in an effort to decrease the percentage of white students on campus.

Nikita Vladimirov Jul 11, 2018 at
9:24 AM EDT

Colleges receive $57M for 'inclusivity,' 'culture change'

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has now given out $57 million to help colleges “advance inclusive excellence in STEM.”

Celine Ryan Jul 11, 2018 at
8:23 AM EDT

UMich must prove Title IX staff not 'biased against males'

A federal court has ruled in favor of a student accusing the school of violating his due process rights during an ongoing sexual assault investigation. 

Cory Compton Jul 10, 2018 at
3:07 PM EDT

AAUP calls campus free speech bills a 'right-wing' conspiracy

The AAUP is urging its thousands of members to challenge campus free speech legislation, which it calls “problematic” and “unnecessary.”

Toni Airaksinen Jul 10, 2018 at
12:50 PM EDT

SJP warns Tulane not to collaborate with Israeli universities

SJP is demanding that Tulane University forego partnerships with Israeli universities because it would alienate Muslim and Palestinian students.

Grace Gottschling Jul 10, 2018 at
11:09 AM EDT
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Portland State seeking prof with commitment to abortion rights

Portland State University is hiring a professor with experience in “reproductive justice" activism, but denies that this entails supporting abortion.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 10, 2018 at
9:48 AM EDT

Conservatives win free speech fight against UMass Amherst

UMass-Amherst has agreed to lift restrictions on the location and duration of speech to settle a lawsuit brought by a conservative student group.

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 09, 2018 at
3:26 PM EDT

Activists protest ICE grant for data on weapons trafficking

Activists are protesting Northeastern University’s multi-million dollar research grant from ICE, calling the affiliation “irresponsible and immoral.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 09, 2018 at
2:21 PM EDT

Princeton students panic over Border Patrol job listing

Students at Princeton University are outraged over an online job listing advertising a position with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Matthew Penza Jul 09, 2018 at
12:54 PM EDT

University of Wyoming profs protest ‘Cowboys’ slogan

Professors are complaining that the University of Wyoming's new marketing slogan, “The World Needs More Cowboys,” is sexist and non-inclusive.

Grace Gottschling Jul 09, 2018 at
11:37 AM EDT

Biased Title IX investigation costs USC $111,965

USC has been ordered to pay $111,965 in attorney fees to a male student who was expelled after an "improperly biased" Title IX investigation.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 09, 2018 at
9:56 AM EDT

School touts pro-women programs despite low male enrollment

Despite a 54 percent gender gap favoring women, the University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical Campus maintains exclusive retention programs for women.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 09, 2018 at
9:09 AM EDT

VIDEO: Students hate Trump’s SCOTUS pick… before he made it

Although Trump has not made a final SCOTUS pick, students unanimously condemned the president’s nonexistent nominee.

Cabot Phillips Jul 08, 2018 at
6:48 AM EDT

STUDY: Fossil fuels contribute to ‘petro-masculinity’

A feminist professor at Virginia Tech is warning that fossil fuels are contributing to a warped sense of “masculine identity” and “authoritarianism.” 

Toni Airaksinen Jul 06, 2018 at
3:45 PM EDT

Iowa State student gov sponsors ‘tree of oppression’

Iowa State student gov. spent $1,000 on a new “Tree of Oppression" intended to represent identities "waiting to break the chains of bondage."

Marina Jaimes and Benjamin Whittington Jul 06, 2018 at
1:33 PM EDT

McAdams defeats Marquette in WI Supreme Court

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in favor of professor John McAdams, ordering Marquette University to “immediately reinstate” the academic.

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 06, 2018 at
11:35 AM EDT

'Teaching Handbook' preps profs to counter 'benevolent sexism'

A resource guide for professors at Western Washington University advocates "interrupting microaggressions" in order to create "inclusive" classrooms.

Cory Compton Jul 05, 2018 at
2:23 PM EDT

UC Berkeley settles anti-conservative discrimination lawsuit

UC Berkeley claims the policy revisions it was forced to make to settle a lawsuit from conservative students do not amount to a “substantive change.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 05, 2018 at
12:57 PM EDT

Students sue UMN for banishing Ben Shapiro to St. Paul

Conservative students and Ben Shapiro are suing the University of Minnesota for allegedly “banishing [a] conservative event to [an] inadequate venue.”

Mason McKie Jul 05, 2018 at
10:44 AM EDT

Prof asks students to ‘find something’ to celebrate on 4th

A professor told students that she hopes they can “find something to celebrate” on the 4th despite “a ton of ugliness in our nation’s past and present.”

Grace Gottschling Jul 04, 2018 at
5:03 AM EDT

Prof claims Hispanic students perpetuate 'colorblind racism'

A Michigan State University professor claims Latino students perpetuate “colorblind racism” by believing in meritocracy and free market values.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 03, 2018 at
1:23 PM EDT

Study claims expertise, assertiveness are 'masculine traits'

The authors of a new study say “masculine traits” like confidence and assertiveness give male professors an advantage over their female colleagues.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 03, 2018 at
10:56 AM EDT

Petition urges Marquette to cut ties with pro-abortion club

More than 15,000 people have signed a petition urging Marquette University to sever ties with a pro-abortion student group.

Zachary Petrizzo Jul 03, 2018 at
9:27 AM EDT

VIDEO: Students say they’re not proud to be American

These students are just plain blue on Independence Day.

Cabot Phillips Jul 03, 2018 at
5:21 AM EDT

Course combines feminist concerns with environmental activism

Portland State University will offer a course this fall exploring “ecological feminist spirituality” and the potential for “ecological revolution.”

Toni Airaksinen Jul 02, 2018 at
3:29 PM EDT

Conference claims ’inclusive language’ needed to counter violence

The recent “SUNY Spectrum” conference discussed how inclusive language can help to prevent “violence against the LGBTQI+ community.”

Celine Ryan Jul 02, 2018 at
2:10 PM EDT
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Texas college touts confusing 'free speech zone' policy

The Lone Star College system recently unveiled a web page reminding students of the "free speech zones" on each of its 6 campuses.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 02, 2018 at
12:26 PM EDT

VIDEO: McAdams discusses roots of PC intolerance on campus

Professor John McAdams discusses the battle over free expression on college campuses, blaming '60s radicals for the current climate of PC intolerance.

Campus Reform Staff Jul 02, 2018 at
11:36 AM EDT
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UW science school dismisses science on sex differences

The UW School of Computer Science is dismissing the science behind sex differences after a professor argued that men and women are different.

Toni Airaksinen Jul 02, 2018 at
10:27 AM EDT

Socialist students seek to shut down Jordan Peterson event

A socialist student group at UT-San Antonio is promoting a petition demanding the cancellation of an upcoming lecture featuring Dr. Jordan Peterson.

Peyton Dillberg Jul 02, 2018 at
9:05 AM EDT
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Law prof slams AAUP for defending mistreatment of student

A UNL law professor is blasting the AAUP for taking the side of an instructor who was suspended for bullying a conservative student on campus.

Grace Gottschling Jun 29, 2018 at
11:56 AM EDT

Google's 'Bias Busting' spreads to college campuses

Carnegie Mellon University hopes to be just the first of many schools to adopt Google's "Bias Busting" curriculum to promote "inclusivity" on campus.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 29, 2018 at
10:25 AM EDT

Princeton editor compares Trump policies to Holocaust

An assistant editor of Princeton University's student newspaper claims Trump's immigration policies are "chillingly reminiscent" of the Holocaust.

Matthew Penza Jun 29, 2018 at
9:28 AM EDT
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Prof cherry-picks Jordan Peterson quotes for hit piece

A Vassar College professor is standing by his recent op-ed attacking Jordan Peterson, despite accusations that he took the scholar out of context.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 28, 2018 at
5:40 PM EDT

Liberal profs livid over 'Janus' ruling

The AAUP is harshly condemning the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn a law requiring non-union employees to pay “fair share” fees.

Grace Gottschling Jun 28, 2018 at
3:34 PM EDT

Princeton subsidizes ‘trans care’ through health plan

Princeton University is offering medical coverage for “trans care” expenses to students enrolled in its healthcare plan.

Matthew Penza Jun 28, 2018 at
1:38 PM EDT
The confrontation at the heart of the lawsuit took place at an anti-Trump rally in November 2017.

Instructor who assaulted student cries ‘emotional distress’

The University of Illinois is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the school of violating the First Amendment rights of three students.

Grace Gottschling Jun 28, 2018 at
11:44 AM EDT

Scholars blast decision to cut 8,000 years from AP World History

Students and scholars are up in arms over a decision to cut nearly 10,000 years of history from Advanced Placement World History courses.

Mason McKie Jun 28, 2018 at
10:46 AM EDT
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Students complain that prof's op-ed made them feel bad

University of Washington students say they have hurt feelings after a computer science professor wrote op-ed arguing that men and women are different.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 28, 2018 at
8:56 AM EDT

Prof blasts 'racist' media for calling Sotomayor 'passionate'

A UPenn professor claims that referring to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor as “passionate” is actually a racist effort to delegitimize her.

Celine Ryan Jun 27, 2018 at
3:03 PM EDT

Survey: Cultural appropriation fears discourage interaction

A new survey suggests that the fear of being accused of appropriation is discouraging younger generations from interacting with other cultures.

Celine Ryan Jun 27, 2018 at
2:55 PM EDT

Pro-abortion groups sue Notre Dame for contraceptive coverage

Pro-choice groups are suing the University of Notre Dame in hopes of forcing it to provide full contraceptive coverage through its health plans.

Grace Gottschling Jun 27, 2018 at
2:15 PM EDT
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Prof: GOP would dominate 'if the right-wing weren’t so racist’

Michael Eric Dyson slammed conservatives last week, saying they would dominate the U.S. political landscape "if the right-wing weren’t so racist.”

Cory Compton Jun 27, 2018 at
1:08 PM EDT

University offers 'safe space' for 'fixing' masculinity

The University of Redlands is now offering a class that gives male students a “safe space” to discuss the problems they incur due to masculinity.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 27, 2018 at
12:31 PM EDT

STUDY: More than 5,500 women land in ER annually after abortion

More than 5,500 women land in United States emergency rooms annually due to complications suffered after having an abortion, according to a new study.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 27, 2018 at
11:24 AM EDT

MIT hiring admin to expand ‘affirmative action’ efforts

MIT is hiring an administrator to expand its affirmative action efforts, even as Harvard faces a lawsuit over its own race-based recruiting practices.

Toni Airaksinen Jun 27, 2018 at
9:43 AM EDT
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