Last year’s widespread protests at Evergreen State College have led to falling enrollment numbers, which has led the college to slash $5.9 million from its budget for the upcoming year.
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Student activists at Reed College, after gaining concessions from the college administration on a humanities 101 course curriculum, are now demanding more changes.
Penn State University, in the name of ‘gender inclusivity,’ will no longer use ‘homecoming king’ or ‘homecoming queen’ as a part of their festivities.
To chair the Kansas State University Women’s Studies, you can get paid $140,000 a year, per a recent job listing.
Apparently, women who have abortions need emotional support, which spurred UMass-Amherst to host an event for training doulas to emotionally support women who had abortions.
Ohio State University hosted a deportation defense training workshop, which was organized by the Central Ohio Worker Center and Young Democratic Socialists of America to “resist ICE.”
An invited speaker at a Massachusetts high school was disinvited over his social conservatism, which was not the subject of the speech he was going to give.
About twenty Columbia University students protested in a campus library stairwell to demand an end to inviting conservative speakers to the university.
In the “you have to be kidding me” kind of news, USC students were unhappy at a teepee-like tent on their college campus because it was allegedly ‘culturally appropriating’ the Native American teepee.
Apparently, Georgetown University does not arm its campus police officers with sidearms, but with pepper spray and batons. One group at the university is petitioning the university to change that practice.