Ole Miss will keep its status as a NCAA championship host, despite protests from the NAACP.
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
‘Clock Boy’ Ahmed Mohamed made headlines in 2015 when he brought a clock to school, which school officials mistook for an explosive device. Now, two years later, his family’s lawsuit against the school district was tossed by a judge.
School choice advocates are now on the school board in Los Angeles, California, a win for parents and students.
Harvard’s library waived their overdue book fee since it would stress students out. Huh?!
Princeton held a Hispanics-only graduation for graduates of the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding.
Vice President Mike Pence spoke about free speech and differing opinions at Notre Dame, yet 100 students out of over 3,100 walked out in protest of Pence and Trump.
Liberals outnumber conservatives by large margins when it comes to commencement ceremony speaking gigs.
Laura Kipnis, the college professor who was investigated for writing an essay, is now being sued by a student who started the Title IX investigation against a colleague of Kipnis’s.
Minority students at the University of Michigan felt “marginalized” by an on-campus building’s wooden interior. Seriously?!
California State University-San Marcos officials gave funding to gay groups and pro-abortion groups, but denied funding for a pro-life student group.