Two departments at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst are co-sponsoring a pro-Palestinian event, featuring anti-Trump and pro-Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour.
An anthropology professor at Dartmouth claims that magic can influence people to use guns to kill others.
At a conference in Toronto, Canada, a student at the University of Minnesota presented a paper on how to examine the stereotypical white woman ‘Becky’ and how white privilege influences ‘Becky’s’ decisions.
The state of Arkansas approved more press protections for high school and college students, signed into law by Governor Asa Hutchinson.
An image and a caption on Snapchat, a social media platform used by some Millennials, sparked a controversy among students at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, which resulted in a demand by some students for the university to hire a disabled and queer person of color as a faculty member.
A student editorial board at Williams College, private liberal arts college in northwestern Massachusetts, endorsed the idea of establishing a nonwhite segregated housing option for minority students.
High school student journalists in Kentucky went to cover a roundtable discussion event between Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin and Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, but were prevented from covering it by Department of Education staff.
At least three student groups at the University of Virginia protested a local jail’s policy of notifying the Immigration, Customs and Enforcement agency (ICE) when illegal immigrants are going to be released.
George Mason University students and activists clamored at a townhall meeting for the university to fire Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as a visiting law professor over unproven sexual assault allegations.
The Democratic governor for Rhode Island, Gina Raimondo, wants to expand a free college tuition program, despite some reservations from lawmakers on whether it is too quick to expand the existing program.