At George Washington University, Jemele Hill, the former ESPN reporter whose career at the network came to an abrupt end when she called President Trump a “white supremacist,” injected herself into a current controversy.
When naming public schools, school districts tend to avoid presidents and are more likely to opt for animals.
A pet graduation ceremony was held for the sixth consecutive year at a small college in Florida, where 50 pets “graduated.”
Florida signed a bill into law that banned ‘free speech zones,’ which protects students’ freedom of speech on college campuses, and became the ninth state to pass this type of law.
Two Florida colleges have joined an anti-mass shooter initiative with a sheriff’s department, which arms volunteer college staffers and trains them in case of a mass shooter event.
The tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida would have been even worse were it not for a pair of JROTC students.
More dollars for DREAMers: Full scholarships awarded to illegal immigrant students at the University of Miami.
Sounds one-sided, doesn’t it? The Dean of Students at Jacksonville University sent out a campus-wide email Wednesday offering tickets to a Barack Obama rally for Hillary Clinton, but failed even to mention that Donald Trump would…
Talk about coddling college students and the supposed future leaders of America: The University of Florida is reportedly providing around-the-clock counseling services to students who are offended by Halloween costumes. The American Mirror reports that…
This time, it isn’t the University of California-Irvine, but at the University of West Florida: The University of West Florida’s sudden derecognition of its College Republicans chapter is turning into a dispute over screenshots and…