After the Charlottesville, Virginia protests that resulted in the death of a counter-protester, college administrators are afraid of how to handle controversial speakers on their campuses in 2018.
Rolling Stone, a magazine sued for defamation, reached a settlement with a University of Virginia fraternity on undisclosed terms.
A school district in Kentucky is making yoga part of its core curriculum.
Vandals threw red paint on the statue of Founding Father Thomas Jefferson at the University of Virginia, marking another vandalized statue in the U.S.
From The College Fix: “I haven’t slept in my room since the election.” That is the exact headline of an op-ed recently published in The Washington Post by Ian Ware, a sophomore at the University…
The Founding Father responsible for the creation of the University of Virginia, among many accomplishments, is now offensive, according to University of Virginia college students.
Down goes Rolling Stone and their reporter Sabrina Erdely: Nicole Eramo sued the magazine in 2015 over her portrayal in the infamous Sabrina Erdely article “A Rape on Campus,” which recounted allegations by then-UVA student Jackie…
A college professor ‘agrees’ to go on leave after criticizing ‘Black Lives Matter’
UVa has a fund worth $2.3 billion. Did they overcharge for tuition…?
Eugene Volokh of UCLA noted how a UVA fraternity could present a good libel case against The Rolling Stone over their gang rape hoax story.