A Penn State University sociology professor instructed a white student to stand up in class to make an example of how his race gives him privilege.
A professor at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington posted on his Facebook page a call to “Blow Up Republicans.”
‘In the classroom, free speech does not apply,’ a workshop spokeswoman said. ‘As instructors, we can tell our students no, you do not have the right to say that, stop talking right now.’
After student and faculty agitation against his conservative affiliations, University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy announced earlier this month he would step down after a brief two years.
Students at Cornell defended the university’s pursuit of a segregated rock climbing course this week in the name of anti-racism.
A Stanford University sophomore running for reelection in student government made racist comments against white people in a slew of tweets.
Ohio’s University of Toledo is changing its process for bestowing its Inclusive Excellence Award after a conservative won the honor.
Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, will lecture on a panel about media and public policy at Tulane University without any expertise in either.
College of the Ozarks is filing a lawsuit against the Biden administration over trying to force the religious school to let opposite sexes live together.
One Portland high school is saddled with a dilemma over whether trees are racist.
A student group at The Ohio State University held a seminar last month appearing to promote the porn-profiteering app OnlyFans as part of its annual ‘Sex Week.’
The sad reality is that the pseudo-academic language in the video and the comments are not far off from the real-life posturing heard every day in college classrooms.
Restriction, surveillance, and punishment—that is the reality for college students. Due to the emerging American social credit system, young people are too scared to fight back.
The professor who began the email with a pledge to be unbiased continued to call students’ request to advise them ‘offensive.’
Title IX feminists seek to abuse the federal access law to institute policies that favor women — including inverting the presumption of innocence.
An overwhelming majority of students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison think the government should be able to punish “hate speech,” according to a new study released Thursday.
Abbot was in shock after he faced strident backlash from his students and colleagues. The science department’s response shows the university’s supposed commitment to free speech to be a sham.
University of Michigan’s IT Department is doing the important work of protecting students from the horrors of words like ‘picnic’ and ‘honey.’
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