A Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) chapter was rejected by the student senate because YAL is known to have hosted controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulos and that makes the chapter ‘dangerous.’
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Huh? A female student at Villanova shaved her head on Facebook Live and then wrote an op-ed about how hair privilege exists.
The University of Oregon is cutting 21 non-tenure track positions and 10 staff member positions in foreign language and humanities to balance their budget.
Chongyi Feng, a Chinese academic based in Australia, was allowed to fly back to Australia from China after the Chinese government barred him from leaving the country.
Laura Kipnis, a professor at Northwestern University, faced a Title IX investigation from the U.S. Department of Education over an essay on sexual paranoia among Millennials and their professors and administrators on college campuses (which…
Drexel professor George Ciccariello-Maher is in trouble again, this time for tweeting about an American soldier getting a seat on an airplane. He got in trouble last December for tweeting he wanted a white genocide for Christmas.
If the editorial board of the liberal Los Angeles Times has to say, “don’t squeeze free speech on college campuses,” then maybe the college campuses are doing things wrong since both are usually aligned as hotbeds of liberal ideology.
A Facebook political argument led to a Texas State University history professor calling at least one employer of someone who argued with her.
Feminists at George Mason University held a sandwich-making event to highlight the gender pay gap (myth) and importance of their brand of feminism.
Princeton University, facing a lawsuit over racial discrimination in college admissions of Asian-Americans, is suing to keep their admissions data private.