When a Louisiana high school student remarked in class that the square root symbol looked like a gun, the local police investigated him and cleared him but the school did not.
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An illegal immigrant was picked up by police after she made a threat against her high school on social media.
CNN denied the claim of a Parkland student that the network tried to script him for a town hall meeting that followed the tragic shooting at the Florida school.
Purdue University’s online writing lab guide has a handout that warns students against using words that include “man” out of fear of offending others.
Librarians at Simmons College came up with a new buzzword: “Transmisic microaggressions.”
Otterbein University, located in the state of Ohio, recently announced that it is offering full-ride scholarships for the four daughters of slain police officer Eric Joering, who was killed with his partner responding to a domestic violence 911 call.
Public officials and protesters are calling for a black history curriculum largely as a response to the actions of a principal in the Bronx.
College Democrats at George Washington University fundraised for Planned Parenthood, a pro-abortion organization, and raised about $4,000.
New York University was the subject of a food vendor controversy, where several employees created a ‘Black History Month’ themed menu that sparked outrage due to the menu featuring watermelon-flavored water and other allegedly stereotypical foods associated with African-Americans.
Stanford University bars male students from working out for four hours a week at one of its gym facilities because some female students complained about working out in a large gym space with other students, male and female.