Just days before Columbus Day, an academic journal pulled a controversial article defending colonialism in response to threats of violence.
University of Oregon students shut down a speech by the school’s president Friday, forcing him to announce a $50 million donation by video.
Amherst College students recently protested the presence of a conservative speaker, saying students shouldn’t have to “feel afraid for their safety.”
Texas State University is hoping to hire two Math Education professors with a demonstrated and longstanding commitment to “social justice.”
Prominent Berkeley Antifa leader Yvette Felarca says she will plead not guilty to assault, rioting, and incitement charges at an upcoming hearing.
Georgetown University’s school newspaper is teaming up with a national non-profit to share stories of students who have experienced "bias" incidents.
Mass shootings, including the recent Las Vegas massacre, are caused by “toxic masculinity,” according to a professor at Columbia College Chicago.
RAs at Virginia Tech are being instructed to attend and document their attendance at LGBTQ+ events on campus to celebrate LGBTQ+ History month.
An Antifa-supporting student tore down humorous signs belonging to a College Republicans chapter because he wanted to make the group feel “unwelcome.”
The first line of defense against these violations of constitutional principles is the student body...
Black Lives Matter of Greater New York and the Southern Poverty Law Center have vowed to pressure Columbia University into cancelling College Republicans events.
A UCSD student calling himself "Karl Marx" was detained and questioned after stabbing a free speech ball.
A group of Columbia University students barged into the classroom of a Title IX administrator to protest her alleged mishandling of sexual assault.
Just five days after the horrific massacre in Las Vegas, a University of Nevada-Las Vegas professor told her class that President Trump is to blame.
The Justice Department has formally launched an investigation into whether Harvard University uses discriminatory policies when admitting new students.
Two Canadian professors have developed an approach they call “Trojan horse pedagogy” to peddle social justice to otherwise unassuming students.
A group of professors is warning that “diversity educators” risk “burnout and compassion fatigue” from “the emotional weight” of their jobs.
A member of the UMN College Republicans was accused of “verbal and physical assault" for stopping a classmate from vandalizing a mural.
Two physics professors say it is necessary to redefine science itself to combat "white male privilege" and encourage more women to enter STEM fields.
UNM’s interim president is standing up for several football players who took a knee for the national anthem during a game against Air Force Academy.
A Columbia University student argues in her PhD thesis that “asexual microaggressions” are a form of “discrimination” against people who don’t date.
Richard Vedder, a scholar who helped develop the Forbes college ranking model, recently blasted modern rankings for including a “diversity component.”
The University of Michigan has finally agreed to release emails exposing President Mark Schlissel’s anti-Trump sentiments as part of a legal settlement.
“Stop laughing at fat jokes. Stop judging people for their food choices. Stop criminalizing food.”
Several students have repeatedly vandalized advertisements for Charlie Kirk’s appearance Thursday at the University of Illinois.
The president of the University of North Texas personally attempted to cancel a speech by Donald Trump, Jr. in response to faculty complaints.
Cornell University grad students recently issued an extensive list of demands to the school’s president in response to "social injustices" on campus.
Amherst College is offering a course this semester exploring why “some women become right-wing leaders” while others “fight for the rights of women.”
BLM protesters shut down an ACLU discussion on free speech at the College of William and Mary last week before it even began.
A student-led petition in support of “campus free expression” has garnered more than 1,500 signatures, including some from prominent professors.
Campus Reform has found that the University of Vermont hosted only two conservative speakers during the 2016-2017 school year, compared to 44 liberals.
A Yale student wants the William F. Buckley Jr. Program to extend an invitation to Chelsea Manning for its upcoming “Disinvitation Dinner.”
Comedian Owen Benjamin was recently disinvited by the University of Connecticut (UConn) after making controversial comments about transgenderism.
Mizzou released guidelines for hosting inclusive events, asking students to consider having “a counselor present” for “potentially triggering” events.
A Harvard University professor called the NRA a “domestic terrorist organization” Tuesday morning, adding that “Congress must act” on gun control.
The University of Wisconsin system’s Board of Regents will vote Friday on a policy that would punish students who deliberately disrupt free speech.
Lawyers are vowing to renew their efforts after a judge dismissed a lawsuit accusing UC-Berkeley of denying free speech to conservative students.
San Diego State University has cancelled a speech by conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, saying it is not "doable" to provide adequate security.
Anonymous fliers recently appeared at UCLA accusing 8 faculty and administrators of conspiring to oust a conservative professor.
Tufts University students say economics profs focus too much on “capitalist ideologies” while neglecting to sufficiently demonize President Trump.
A sociology professor speculates that the increasing political radicalism among academics might be traceable to the alienation of adjunct scholars.
Columbia University’s student newspaper recently blasted the school’s College Republicans chapter as “far-right” for hosting controversial speakers.
The UMBC Women’s Lacrosse team has been labelled “racist” and “ignorant” after the team’s Twitter account “liked” a tweet by President Donald Trump.
A professor at Loyola Marymount University recently praised “violent or destructive demonstrations” for their ability to gain public attention.