A judge ruled against a lawsuit brought on by the family of Ahmed Mohamed, known as “Clock Boy.” The boy became famous for an alleged Islamophobia incident in Texas.
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An anti-Israeli resolution narrowly passed at the University of Minnesota, but whose language led to strong comments by the university president on the flaws of the resolution itself.
A chief financial officer at a Florida-based university resigned due to pressure from activists, who criticized her for being a board member of a manufacturer of AR-15 style rifles.
Amy Wax, a law professor at the University of Pennsylvania, is now the target of a petition calling for her termination due to comments on law school graduation demographics and African-American law students.
Stanford University students protest Apple, the maker of the iPad and iPhone, and clamored for the technological company to help address the problem of “phone addiction” among their product’s users.
Several student government leaders at SUNY-Albany were criticized for their use of school funds to take Uber rides from their hotel to the French Quarter during Mardi Gras.
Stanford University reversed their decision regarding the university’s College Republicans chapter, when the university initially said that an American flag design would not be permitted as the chapter’s new t-shirts logo.
Three Swarthmore College student activists traveled to Washington, D.C. and protested at the Trump hotel, attempting to disrupt an oil group event. Their protest garnered the praise of an assistant director in the Dean’s Office.
St. Catherine University, a university in Minnesota, canceled a planned leadership conference because their speakers were not diverse enough, per a university statement.
Texas A&M’s student government voted overwhelmingly to support Israel in a recent resolution.