The Blinn College Board of Trustees agreed to settle a lawsuit Wednesday filed by a student who was told she would need “special permission” to display a gun rights sign in the school’s designated free speech zone.
Students at the University of California, San Diego are demanding that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) be banned in order to make UCSD a “sanctuary campus.”
The University of Wisconsin-Madison recently agreed to raise the minimum wage it pays student workers, but some say the concession is insufficient, and are demanding $15 per hour.
Once again, America’s colleges will showcase an excess of liberals and radical progressives during their commencement ceremonies to speak to the nation’s top grads one last time before they enter the real world.
The Missouri legislature has approved a “University of Missouri Review Commission” to review the school’s handling of November’s student protests, which left Mizzou desperate for students and funding.
Southern Illinois University surrendered to student protesters Tuesday, issuing a new diversity plan in response to a May 2 campus-wide walkout.
A conservative professor filed a lawsuit Monday against Marquette University, claiming the school violated his academic freedom by suspending him and demanding that he apologize for a post on his personal blog.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison student accused of 11 counts of vandalism and violently intimidating a bystander will not be charged for his actions, a county prosecutor announced Tuesday.
San Diego State University has agreed to review its speech policies to ensure they are in “balance” with anti-harassment policies following protests over posters critical of Palestinian student groups.
Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine hosted a video talk with Omar Barghouti, co-founder of the global Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel last Wednesday.
Several members of the University of California, Irvine College Republicans (CR) are alleging that the club’s leaders have disregarded their own principles in an effort to distance themselves from controversial comments made by a former member.
Students at Indiana University-Bloomington recently went into panic mode at the sight of a Dominican friar, whom they mistook for a Ku Klux Klan member. Funny? Yes, but also sad. It is a further sign of the state of our universities, and what is and isn’t being taught.
Protesters are alleging that the upcoming tuition hike would disproportionately affect illegal immigrant students, who will be burdened with increased out-of-state tuition fees.
San Diego State University President Elliot Hirshman had his car blocked Wednesday evening by students upset over his response to posters put up by a conservative group that named specific Muslim students as terrorist sympathizers.
Several student protesters stormed the president’s office Friday at the University of New Mexico where they interrogated school administrators about their stance on the university’s official seal.
"It's as if we don't believe we have any power."
"We’re not looking at one hundred dots. We’re connecting the dots, and when you connect the dots, you see a picture, and it’s a picture of disrespect. It’s a picture of disregard for students of color."
The rare and elusive Trigglypuff is identifiable by its wild arm-flailing and inability to comprehend basic constitutional rights.
“The panel didn’t reflect the diversity within the USC community and the games industry at large,” read an accompanying statement from Professor Anthony Borquez. “We regret presenting an all-male panel and are committed to a diverse and inclusive games industry.”
According to some past participants, awareness of the struggles LGBTQ students face—including inequality, oppression, and acts of violence—justifies the separate celebration, but one Mizzou student who identifies as bisexual told Campus Reform on condition of anonymity that he disagrees with the decision to host a separate LGBTQ ceremony.
Colleges across the country are refusing to recognize a burgeoning student conservative organization by employing administrative technicalities to prevent the group from gaining official status.
Only one course in the core history requirements for BC’s 2015-16 academic catalog explicitly mentions Europe.
Calhoun College will retain its association with one of the most well-known defenders of slavery in American history, a decision Yale's president justified on historical grounds, saying the school would soon be embarking on an “interactive history project” to examine Calhoun’s legacy more fully.
Several students in a required course at Roger Williams University were appalled when a recent social justice-themed lecture featured a video of the Rodney King beating followed by a song called “Fuck the Police.”
The Brookings report examined whether or not eliminating tuition fees for students at public college would benefit students from certain income groups more than others.
Students at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst set a new high for hysteria Monday night at an event featuring Christina Hoff Sommers, Milo Yiannopulous, and Steven Crowder.
University of Wisconsin Madison students demanded more funding for diversity initiatives at an open forum Monday night, even though the administration has already succumbed to many of their previous demands.
Two Scripps College students spent approximately 500 hours creating the “Unofficial Scripps Survival Guide.” The 217-page guide, featuring lengthy discussions about gender identity, race, and white privilege.
A political science professor at Clemson university drew a stark contrast Monday between recent student protests and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Civil Rights Movement.
Hundreds of students participated in a mass walkout last week to protest the recent arrest of a classmate, demanding “community control” of the school’s police force and even defacing a statue of President Abraham Lincoln with a copy of their demands.
Legislation that will strip funds from the University of Tennessee’s (UT) diversity office is on its way to the governor’s desk after both the House and Senatevoted in favor of the bill last week.
Even some supporters of social justice are becoming disillusioned with the movement’s “pro-censorship tendencies” involving concepts like trigger warnings and microaggressions.
This Friday, Black Lives At Mudd (BLAM) is hosting an event for “Black Woman & Non-Gender Conforming People” in order to have “a celebration of what black women have done for this community through a presentation involving black men in the 5’cs [sic].”
Several Clemson students got a hostile reception Thursday when they started asking questions about a possible conflict of interest in the school’s investigation of a racial bias incident.
“Since I’ve been here I’ve been almost jumped, harassed multiple times by other black people, just for being here supporting you..."
Conservative students are demonstrating in protest of the speaker, but only wish to hear the opposing side, as well.
Denzel McDonald, who goes by the pen name “King Shabazz,” was arrested last week on 11 counts of vandalism.
"[T]he terms ‘Boomer’ and ‘Sooner’ are inextricably tied to colonization and land theft in this state..."
The school will increase spending on diversity initiatives by $20 million, bringing the annual total to $100 million
"I am a potential Rutgers student but I am largely considering not even APPLYING..."