A mayor criticized President Trump in a political science presentation at Michigan State University, calling the president “a pathetic excuse,” among other criticisms.
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Oh, the irony: A pro-traditional marriage student group, Love Saxa, at Georgetown University survived a vote to retain its student group status after a complain by an LGBT group.
AMCHA Initiative announced that in their recent study, they discovered that gender studies departments across the U.S. were more likely to invite anti-Israel, pro-Israel boycott-aligned speakers to their departments.
Cries of “cultural appropriation” rang out at Orange Coast College when a ‘Day of the Dead’ theme was used for student club recruitment.
UCLA backed down from demands that if 70% of an event’s attendees were not students, faculty or staff, the Republican student chapter had to pay all security-related fees for the event.
A play that counters some Black Lives Matter narratives has been canceled at Brandeis University after outcry and criticism by students and alumni.
University of Southern California professor Charles H.F. Davis defended his recent tweets that slammed President Donald Trump and called for violence to destroy whiteness.
About three hundred student activists demanded mandatory race and culture trainings to counter alleged microaggressions at Emerson College.
Yale English majors aren’t required to take classes about white male authors like Shakespeare or Chaucer, due to objections by a student petition.
A Black Lives Matter activist has been hired at the University of Kansas, despite a ban from a campus building after he exchanged angry words with a dean.