James O’Keefe gets professor to agree to help him hand out blankets, stuffed animals to college students.
Student groups at Ramapo College were recently forced to change the theme of an “American BBQ” because the administration deemed it too “offensive.”
The Mizzou Race Relations Committee has released its progress report, which says white people “don’t get” or “don’t see” racism experienced by their non-white counterparts.
The University of North Carolina at Wilmington is responding to a professor’s vandalism of pro-Trump chalkings by reminding the community that contrary opinions are not threats.
The National Association of Scholars has introduced a new contest, and is inviting readers submit satirical, politically correct subtitles for classic literature works.
A conservative columnist was fired from the University of Missouri’s student newspaper after writing a column that criticized the Black Lives Matter movement.
A YAF chapter meeting at the University of Kansas was disrupted by agitated students after the group's president said "facts don't care about feelings."
The University of Vermont’s Burlington campus is flying a Black Lives Matter flag alongside both the American and state flags.
The NCAA is "encouraging" administrators in all three athletic divisions to sign their names to a “diversity and inclusion pledge.”
A new Gallup poll finds that a majority of students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) favor limiting the ability of the media to cover campus protests.
The University System of Georgia is being sued by three illegal immigrants over a policy requiring all students to be lawfully present in the country.
The president of Northwestern University promised to provide “safe spaces” for students in his convocation speech, snidely criticizing anyone who disagrees.
Augustana College has created a “free expression zone” on its campus in response to a string of pro-Trump chalkings, even though the school’s own policies prohibit such limitations.
A professor at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington erased pro-Trump chalkings written by students on the campus.
A Cornell University football coach has been forced to issue an apology for the “cultural insensitivity” of tweeting a photo of two players wearing sombreros.
Comparing UNC-Chapel Hill to other universities is a “grandiose [display] of privatization,” according to the editors of the student newspaper.
Ray LaMontagne has cancelled a show in Austin, Texas over the state’s campus carry law, but played a show earlier this year in North Carolina.
Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month kicked off at Hofstra with a slam poem titled “But All Lives Matter” and a speech from Sulma Arzu-Brown, author of “Pelo Malo No Existe” (Bad Hair Does Not Exist).
"['Bama must help stem] hatred, and that if that means banning a 31-year-old misogynistic child from campus, then so be it."
San Francisco State University has revealed plans to establish “Afro-themed” floors in residence halls following a confrontation between students last year over “cultural appropriation.”
Ithaca College launched a weekly diversity discussion circle in response to last fall’s student demands, but not a single student attended either of the first two sessions.
Donald Trump and his supporters are accustomed to being derided as racists, but one Harvard professor has taken things a step further, calling Trump a “predator” in the mold of a Spanish conquistador.
Princeton University has redacted several portions of its “gender inclusive language” guide after facing national criticism for banning the word “man” from all of its HR publications.
Free tampons may be on the way to all bathrooms on Cornell’s campus—men’s included.
A masked abortion advocate attacked a student group’s pro-life display on Friday, battering their signs with a wooden club and appearing to threaten a pro-life activist.
The University of Miami has cancelled an event featuring conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos, citing unspecified “security concerns.”
"I definitely don’t think Dabo should apologize."
"Bro, freedom is like soooo 1787."
At a University of Missouri free speech symposium, CNN commentator Sally Kohn said conservatives fighting for free speech on college campuses are afraid of multiculturalism.
A law professor argued during a Constitution Day debate that university faculty should act as “gatekeepers” against a social justice agenda.