The student-run newspaper at Oberlin College recently criticized the jury decision to fine Oberlin College tens of millions of dollars in a lawsuit, siding with college administrators without presenting additional evidence.
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The University of Louisiana-Lafayette recently updated its free speech policy after questions were raised about the previous policy and its allegedly vague wording.
Virginia State University’s policy forbids student organizations from violating “public morals,” which is not defined in their handbook.
Multiple Advanced Placement history tests will not be administered in mainland China by 2020 because the Communist Party is clamping down on material that goes counter to party propaganda.
A small liberal arts college in Nebraska punished a librarian for a picture display that included a blackface image from 1926. Even after removing the offensive image, the administration suspended the librarian, which faculty members took issue with.
Bowling Green State University, a public university located in Bowling Green, Ohio, recently renamed its theater building when black students complained it was named after actress Lillian Gish. The students were unhappy with Gish’s name…
One of the “mission bells” that dot the old El Camino Real in California was removed at the University of California-Santa Cruz because it offended a local Native American tribe.
University of Louisville professor Ricky Jones, who teaches in the Department of Pan-African Studies, recently wrote two opinion editorials in the local newspaper, the Louisville Courier-Journal. In the May 29 editorial entitled, “Support for Donald…
An anti-Trump organization, PEN America, wrote a recent opinion editorial which criticized bans on “free speech zones” in Texas and Alabama and defended the “heckler’s veto.”
A recent poll of presidential scholars in academia showed their anti-Trump biases, where they ranked President Trump at the bottom of leadership and diversity and inclusion categories among the fourteen modern U.S. presidents.