"[A]dding faculty of color to the department was not enough; we had to change the culture..."
Lewis University is seeking a new University Minister to “encourage students to live and understand social justice from a Catholic perspective.”
The University of South Dakota has removed speech guidelines from its website that aim to “limit feelings of hatred” on social media.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey vetoed a bipartisan bill last month that would have protected student journalists from being punished for criticizing their schools.
Brown University is offering summer courses designed to help students “unpack” their understandings of race and view pollution as a form of “colonialism.”
"Katherine Dettwyler, who last taught in the spring as an adjunct faculty member, will not be rehired to teach at the University in the future."
"You white people are angry because you couldn’t use your white privilege card."
San Francisco State University is being sued for allegedly fostering a hostile environment toward Jewish students for the last two decades.
California’s attorney general recently banned public colleges from travelling to four additional states due to their alleged anti-LGBT policies.
"Free speech is a right, not a privilege that can be censored by university officials on a public campus."
Wisconsin Democrats accused their Republican counterparts of "mansplaining" and hypocrisy in an unsuccessful bid to defeat the Campus Free Speech Act.
"Asking 'where are you actually from' is insinuating a lot more."
The University of Missouri is planning to rent out some of its vacated dorms to make up for many of the school’s significant financial woes.
Evergreen State College is asking state lawmakers for police protection, despite refusing to allow its own police to intervene during recent protests.
An Occidental College professor wants fraternities abolished because “they are designed to hoard power and influence specifically for wealthy white men.”
A professor said Wednesday that Otto Warmbier was typical of “rich, white, clueless males” and “got exactly what he deserved” at the hands of North Korea.
A graduate student at the University of St. Francis attacked one of her professors on Twitter for suggesting she read a paper published by the Cato Institute.
State lawmakers are demanding the dismissal of a Trinity College professor over his controversial remarks following the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise.
A Yale University dean has officially resigned, just over a month after being placed on leave for posting derogatory comments on her Yelp account.
"Perhaps it’s nonsense to characterize the nature of the harm as nothing more than an emotional scratch."
Grand Valley State University is offering “opportunities for scholarships” to students who attend next year's "White Privilege Conference."
A Syracuse professor is asking for "solidarity" after receiving backlash for ominously tweeting a call to “finish...off” anti-Sharia protesters.
Rutgers University enlists unpaid students to push “diversity and social justice” onto their fellow peers through educational programming and workshops.
"You’ve put the Board and all Queens in the camp of favoring the Trump agenda against these protesters."
The opinions editor for the University of Alabama’s student newspaper recently accused her white classmates of being uniformly racist.
"Students already don’t feel comfortable buying it…imagine buying it from another student."
Brown University is offering a summer course to teach students how “the racial hierarchy” and “white supremacy” impact the health of African Americans.
A Trinity College professor appeared to endorse letting the victims of last week's congressional shooting “die" because they are white.
Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager plan to expose some inconvenient truths about the “safe spaces” that permeate college campuses today.
Evergreen State College students remain hostile to free speech, saying speech that "validates" white supremacists should not be protected.
Grace College fired several marketing employees recently for posing as “rappers” in a photo during the department's “wrap day."
Rowan University is advising students and professors to "call out" those who endorse concepts like "color blindness" and "meritocracy."
Georgetown is divesting from "abortion services" under a new policy that could open the door to divestment from fossil fuels and Israel, as well.
Even prominent liberals like Sen. Bernie Sanders are fed up with the violent reactions of college students toward conservative speakers.
GOP lawmakers in Washington are working to ensure that free speech survives on college campuses following the controversy at Evergreen State College.
A Temple University professor says the University of Michigan’s new free tuition plan is “appalling” because it does not cover students' other expenses.
Ohio Wesleyan University will begin offering a degree in Social Justice starting this fall.
A socialist student group has disbanded amid fallout from a tweet saying House Republicans should be “guillotined” for voting to replace Obamacare.
A political science professor is claiming that the shooting of Steve Scalise by a left wing extremist was directly caused by "Trump and trumpism.”
The University of Michigan’s student newspaper recently came out in defense of shouting down speakers who “outrage” students by espousing "hate speech."
Antifa protesters once again turned violent, this time attacking a free speech rally at Evergreen State College in Washington.
A University of Florida professor claims that the concept of patriotism is “drenched in whiteness” and implies that black people are “un-American.”
The University of Arizona’s student body president wants to create scholarships for illegal immigrant students despite a state law prohibiting them.
The UMass-Amherst “Resistance Studies Initiative” teaches activism against “capitalism’s exploitative practices” and “patriarchal hierarchies.”
Several professors took advantage of Wednesday’s shooting of Steve Scalise to mock his support for gun ownership and the Second Amendment.
Penn State York is now offering a week-long "Social Justice and Education" course to teach educators, counselors, and social workers to employ a “culturally responsive lens” in the classroom.