More than 30 colleges are listed as endorsers of the #PutAPriceOnIt carbon pricing campaign developed by Our Climate and Years of Living Dangerously.
Monthly Archives For August 2017
San Diego State University’s College Republican chapter president is in a controversial position due to a letter he wrote about how Muslim students should condemn the terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain.
After receiving a ‘yellow’ rating by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), Cal-Berkeley may revamp parts of its speech policies.
University of Tampa sociologist Ken Storey got pink slipped when he tried to find a progressive silver lining in Hurricane Harvey.
California university highlighted an anti-Trump journal article by one of its professors, who claimed Trump supporters are less-educated ‘male nativists.’
College administrators won’t arm its campus police with rifles, which led to the campus police chief resigning from the police force.
If you’re going to support President Donald Trump, you better be careful where you do it.
Vandals threw red paint on the statue of Founding Father Thomas Jefferson at the University of Virginia, marking another vandalized statue in the U.S.
Protesters demanded that UNC remove its ‘Silent Sam’ statue from its campus, which memorializes the university’s students who fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War.
Just ask students at UC-San Diego.