A year after laying off 120 workers, Saint Louis University outfits 2,300 student rooms with Amazon Echo devices and will not detail how much that cost the university.
Topic: Accuracy in Academia
The University of Missouri won a court case where it can enforce its ban on guns on its campus, which the judge ruled did not violate a state statute. But, the constitutionality of the ban could be resolved in a different lawsuit, if one is filed.
Arizona State University has adopted the free speech principles outlined by the University of Chicago, which caused uproar among students and academics because it aims to respect all perspectives and opinions.
A class at the University of Michigan is looking to make voting “sexy” in order to increase voter turnout at the polls for the 2018 midterm elections.
Ball State University agreed to fund a pro-life student group and paid $12,000 in legal fees after the pro-life student group pointed out that it was being excluded from official club status due to religious discrimination.
The University of Minnesota is facing a lawsuit from the Young America’s Foundation over the university moving an event with conservative speaker Ben Shapiro to a smaller venue over alleged security concerns.
A Wisconsin technical school was unhappy one of its students passed out valentines notes saying things such as “Jesus loves you,” and stopped the student from passing them out. Now, the student is suing the school to change its restrictions on free speech.
The University of Illinois will not charge transfer students or new freshman students if their families do not make more than $61,000 a year.
University of Illinois graduate student union now calls itself a ‘sanctuary union’ that welcomes all illegal immigrant students.
Cornell University realized that its club rules left a loophole, where existing clubs could set up ‘shadow’ clubs to have excess funds for the parent club.