A student commission at UC-Davis got in hot water over anti-police remarks after a police officer was shot and killed, but the university did not outline punishment for the offensive comments.
Yale University now has three genders available for students to list for identification purposes.
The University of Oregon’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration invoked “environmental justice” as an important civil rights cause for today’s activists.
Anita Hill brought up the #MeToo movement during her speech to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Elon University.
A group of students at the University of Notre Dame are pushing for the university to block pornography on its internet wireless network.
An art historian claimed that European art has been used to support white supremacist beliefs, which means museums should reconsider featuring European art in their exhibits.
Georgetown University is looking to ban guns on its campus.
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UNC Board Rejects Proposal to Keep Confederate Statue in Separate Building
Ben Shapiro, a conservative commentator, was disinvited from a Christian university, but after public outcry, the university invited him back.
An anti-communist Italian language instructor was fired by Emory University because her personal blog was discovered by a local newspaper.
Censoring dorm hall content is no longer an issue at the University of Michigan, which had planned to implement the censorship policy until recently.
The University of Florida’s podcast on diversity has been a flop, with few listeners and followers.
A law professor at George Washington University was critical of sororities at his university for offering stress balls and other de-stress techniques to its female students.
University of Colorado-Boulder charged its students $11 for a cultural assessment, despite the growing student loan crisis.
Guilford College in North Carolina is hosting a ‘House of Straight Privilege Tour’ to illustrate how straight people have privileges over LGBTQ community members.
A city college board had reinstated the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, after public outcry, forced the board to reconsider banning the recitation.
Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, Indiana (known as IUPUI) is hosting a ‘White Racial Literacy Project’
Western Kentucky University’s scholarship program will not apply to faith-based evangelizing groups, political groups, or in a required internship for graduation.