The University of North Dakota’s School of Graduate Studies sent an e-mail urging faculty and students to push back against the Republican-majority Congress’s efforts to pass tax reform legislation. The sender was the school’s associate dean, Chris Nelson, who said he “feels badly” for the mistake to send it as an official university e-mail.
Swarthmore College’s president wrote to faculty and students to urge Congress to adjust their tax reform legislation, which she claimed would hurt the college.e
A graduate instructor at the University of Illinois was arrested after allegedly assaulting two students during an anti-Trump rally.
The vice chair of the College Democrats at the University of Wisconsin recently resigned due to social media posts on Twitter.
A Catholic university promoted a LGBT ‘mixer’ event and a resident assistant objected to posting the event flyer. But, the student will have to comply in the future.
Professors at the University of Miami blamed President Donald Trump for their struggles teaching in today’s political environment.
A Fresno State University professor agreed to pay $17,000 to settle a lawsuit after he erased pro-life chalk messages.
University of Maryland students were unhappy after the administration rejected ban on hate symbols, when the administration cited First Amendment protections for their decision.
San Diego Sate University professors want to abolish the university mascot, the Aztec.
Thanks to social media, a demoted professor can still make like a “public intellectual.”