Princeton University officials are encouraging male students to attend a bi-weekly discussion group that aims to make men confront their masculinity and make them “tremendously vulnerable.”
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A keynote speaker at Princeton’s pre-graduation ceremony gave his speech on resisting the administration, without naming President Trump by name.
University of Massachusetts-Amherst has a LGBTQIA Center on its campus, which published a guide on how to exam “gender-normative privilege.”
Professor Wayne Au, who teaches at University of Washington-Bothell, is advocating for Marxist teaching in K-12 education.
The University of Michigan is looking to hire an administrator in conflict resolution to help students handle disagreements and to build trust.
Khalil Muhammed– a Harvard University professor teaching classes on history, race and public policy– recently criticized President Donald Trump for stirring up race-based anger in America.
A college professor urges schools to start educating students as early as kindergarten to combat “toxic masculinity.”
University of California-San Francisco published a guide for people to help convince pregnant women to have abortions.
The University of Oregon is facing an internal division over a student body’s vote to divest from any company that has any relationship with Israel, including hummus maker Sabra.
A judge ruled in favor of a high school student and against an Oregon high school for censoring his pro-Trump t-shirt.