A pro-socialism student chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America at Texas State University recently posted on its Twitter social media platform that it is proud that none of its committee members are straight…
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One of the board of governors for the University of North Carolina, during a commencement speech, mentioned to young men to invest in a diamond ring for their female love interest, which was met with criticism by professors at the university.
Virginia Tech held ten different graduation ceremonies to celebrate its diversity, such as a Muslim-only graduation, veterans-only, and a Latino-only graduation ceremony.
The newly-installed social science dean at Cal-Berkeley once claimed conservatives are sexist during a 2017 lecture. So much for political neutrality and fairness in the social sciences department at the university.
A former New Yorker fact checker, who resigned after a controversy surrounding her reporting, was scheduled to teach a course at New York University. But, after low enrollment, the class was canceled.
Students at George Washington University narrowly voted in favor of renaming the university’s mascot from a Colonial to either a hippopotamus or another animal, because a Colonial is too problematic.
A public high schoolteacher was suspended over her tweets to President Donald Trump, which tweets highlighted her concerns about illegal immigration.
Another day, another proposed ban on Chick-fil-A, this time at Cal-Poly in California.
Trinity University, a private Christian university affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and located in San Antonio, Texas, is at odds with its student government which passed a resolution to remove Chick-fil-A food from its dining…
The College Board, which runs the SAT college entrance exams, is implementing and expanding its “adversity score” to help increase college campus diversity.