San Francisco State University has asked a federal judge to dismiss a case accusing the school of fostering anti-Semitism.
A former dean of Harvard College filed a motion seeking to protect undergraduate students’ “right of free association,” after a faculty committee recommended earlier this summer that the school altogether ban social clubs.
Ten universities and colleges have been selected as the first sites for “Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Campus Centers,” a new program of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) “designed to … break down racial hierarchies and create a positive narrative about race in the community.”
A fraternity at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor canceled a Nile River-themed welcome party after being condemned by fellow students for “appropriating Egyptian culture.”
Prominent anti-Israel academics launched a campus antifa group earlier this month for faculty across the United States.
A petition has been launched to expel an incoming Iowa State University freshman who used a racial slur on social media this week.
A member of the Buffalo Board of Education who in December 2016 made comments about the Obamas that were widely denounced as racist, has been ousted from his position by the New York State education commissioner.
A director at a Yale University institute dedicated to promoting “equitable and engaged teaching” said in a recent interview with Inside Higher Ed that gender is a determining factor in the value of a student’s college degree.
The new chancellor of the University of California – Berkeley announced on Tuesday her intention to make it “Free Speech Year” at a school that has previously seen violence erupt when controversial speakers were invited to campus.
A North Carolina paper has called on a private college to institute free speech reforms by “purging its problematic policies” from the student handbook, following the passage earlier this month of a bill protecting First Amendment rights at the state’s public universities.