The state of Maine banned the use of Native American mascots in all public schools in the state because of “pain and anguish” that the imagery brings to Native American tribes.
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Almost six months later, the Christian student group Ratio Christi will be able to select its own group leaders based on religious beliefs, marking a win against the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.
Administrators at Williams College, a small, private, liberal-arts college in Massachusetts, granted a pro-Israel student group official status as an on-campus group after a legal issue was pointed out by FIRE, a free-speech legal group.
The University of Minnesota offers scholarships for students who are not legal immigrants, otherwise known as DACA recipients or ‘Dreamers.’
A pro-Israel student group application was rejected at Williams College because it was too overt in its support for the Israeli government.
Protesters at Swarthmore College demand an apology from the college president for not meeting with them, after they had occupied her office overnight, among other demands.
The student government at Trinity University, located in San Antonio, Texas, recently voted to ban Chick-fil-A food from its campus dining hall in a resolution, which mirrored the San Antonio City Council’s move to ban the restaurant from city airport contracts.
A department at New York University said it will boycott the university’s study abroad program due to immigration restrictions imposed by the Israeli government, which would prevent some students and faculty from making it to Israel.
A pro-socialist professor at The New School in New York City, New York, compared President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from a United Nations arms agreement is eerily similar to Adolf Hitler’s withdrawal from the League of Nations.
The controversial teaching assistant Irami Osei-Frimpong, who said it would be okay for ‘some white people’ to die in the name of black liberation, was cleared by a university panel to teach again.