Teaching Shakespeare with a side of social justice is the new thing at California State-East Bay.
According to a college professor, the U.S. Constitution entrenches ‘slavery and white supremacy forevermore”.
The Mizzou effect? Evergreen State College discovered about 1,200 students have not re-enrolled in classes nor graduated after student unrest paralyzed its campus in May.
A college student claimed that he was racially profiled, but now, he is facing hate crime and vandalism charges.
Pomona College hired a director for their Queer Resource Center, but then fired him after his anti-white, anti-police and anti-heterosexual tweets were made public. The college allegedly knew about these tweets before hiring him.
Ironic: A socialist food collective at the University of Maryland-College Park is seeking donations to stay afloat.
Misses’ student body president claimed the Founding Fathers would’ve been proud of their controversial protests, which paralyzed the campus and may have led to decreased student enrollment.
A public university in Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, has agreed to stop discrimination against Catholic students and credits for religious education programs.
Antioch University Seattle has a grant program worth $53,000 geared to help students promote social justice.
MIT has a ‘diversity learning tree’ geared to students to learn about how to “create a more welcoming environment” at the institution.