A small, private Christian college in Point Lookout, Missouri made headlines this week after the global apparel company Nike cut an ad with controversial football athlete Colin Kaepernick.
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The University of Minnesota is facing a lawsuit from the Young America’s Foundation over the university moving an event with conservative speaker Ben Shapiro to a smaller venue over alleged security concerns.
A Wisconsin technical school was unhappy one of its students passed out valentines notes saying things such as “Jesus loves you,” and stopped the student from passing them out. Now, the student is suing the school to change its restrictions on free speech.
The University of Illinois will not charge transfer students or new freshman students if their families do not make more than $61,000 a year.
University of Illinois graduate student union now calls itself a ‘sanctuary union’ that welcomes all illegal immigrant students.
Ben Jealous, the former president of the NAACP, is running for governor as a Democratic Party candidate against Republican incumbent Governor Larry Hogan. Jealous beat a more moderate, business-friendly Democrat in the primary, and has…
A leader of the teacher activist group called “Red for Ed” recently posted on social media that he is “not sorry” that Arizona Republican Senator John McCain passed away due to brain cancer at age 81.
Cornell University realized that its club rules left a loophole, where existing clubs could set up ‘shadow’ clubs to have excess funds for the parent club.
University of Colorado-Boulder’s library does not like the term ‘illegal alien’ and is going out of its way to make sure it doesn’t become a search term.
A college professor claimed that ‘ecosexuality’ is a part of ‘environmental activist strategy,’ where Mother Earth and sexuality are intertwined.