The University of Kansas announced an art contest meant for students to vent their frustrations about having a Chick-fil-A location on their campus.
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A professor at the University of Oklahoma was barred from teaching a journalism course after comparing the n-word to the phrase “Ok boomer.”
Some students at the University of Louisville pressured administrators to bar a fellow student from passing out allegedly anti-LGBTQ pamphlets to their LGBTQ Studies class.
Student protesters disrupted an Iowa Board of Regents meeting, demanding for tuition freezes and increased university funding, which forced board members to adjourn early due to the disruptive protests.
Harvard University faculty in the arts and sciences departments voted in favor of divesting university resources from fossil fuel companies, which the administration said it preferred not to use endowments for social change.
Georgetown University announced it will divest from fossil fuels in the next five to ten years after pressure from climate change activists.
University of California-Berkeley was under fire for publishing a social media post about the coronavirus, which said that it was “normal” to have a xenophobic reaction to coronavirus news.
George Soros, a billionaire philanthropist of progressive causes, announced he is creating a higher education network on a global scale and that he is investing $1 billion in his new network “Open Society University Network.”
A liberal professor from New York City-based The New School told her fellow MSNBC panelists that the Trump impeachment trial made the Constitution a victim.
Google recently launched a second IT certificate, which circumvents four-year colleges and could save potential students thousands of dollars.