Harvard plans on hosting a summit on gender equity, which means that attendees will hear LGTQ rhetoric while attending the summit.
The University of Texas-Austin is offering a minor program in video game design, which will be housed in two different departments: Arts and Entertainment Technologies, and Computer Science.
A dean of admissions at Wake Forest University apologized after a photo surfaced where she posed with a Confederate flag, but an anti-racism coalition of students demanded more than the apology, among other demands.
A non-credit course offered by the University of Arkansas apparently pushes for legalization of DACA recipients and it comes with a fee, if a student isn’t a member of the institute offering the course.
Black History Month leads to some sensitivities, such as cafeteria workers allegedly being told to not serve Southern food to avoid offending students.
Two transgender high school students won first and second place in an event at Connecticut’s state championships in track events.
A Dartmouth College-sponsored skiing trip for students will only pay for non-white students, while making white students pay for it.
A self-proclaimed Christian feminist professor at Elon University gave a lecture at Emory University, claiming abortion is a “moral good.”
The president at LeMoyne-Owen College defended the college’s decision to investigate complaints against her.
Colorado State University’s Pride Center claimed the phrase ‘ladies and gentlemen’ is ‘transphobic’ and should not be used.