Notre Dame University decided to cover its murals, which display the colonization of the Americas by Christopher Columbus, after student activists criticized the murals for its depiction of colonization of Native American lands.
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A lecture and documentary film event at the University of California-Irvine apparently focused entirely on anti-Zionism, allegedly portraying Jews in a negative light in the film and in the post-film discussion.
Georgetown University students could approve a new mandatory fee, meant to repay descendants of slaves that the university sold in 1838.
University of Chicago students were unhappy on social media after university police apprehended armed robbers after a security alert went out to students to stay safe.
The University of New Orleans claims that a Valentine’s Day note could constitute a form of sexual harassment.
A Christian student group at the University of Iowa won a lawsuit against the university over unfair standards applied to them, but not other student groups.
Meir Elran, a former general in the Israeli Defense Forces, was slated to teach a course at the University of Chicago, but his appointment has been opposed by socialist and pro-Palestinian students.
The Virginia Democratic Party scandal regarding the use of blackface has upset students and faculty alike at George Mason University, which led to the university holding an event so students could vent their feelings and emotions.
A controversial teaching assistant at the University of Georgia, who said that ‘some white people may have to die’ is okay, now has a defender in the form of the university union.
A University of Arizona professor, who is transgender, sued the university for not covering a certain medical procedure for transgender individuals.