Nearly 140 legal scholars have signed a letter calling on universities to reform current policies governing sexual misconduct allegations with a renewed focus on due process, rather than by a doctrine of “always believe the victim.”
Two clubs at Canada’s University of British Columbia have been denounced as promoting the “kinds of racist conspiracy theories that helped inspire the Holocaust” after posting on social media a list of 140 “Zionist crimes.”
Harvard University’s selection of Lawrence Bacow as its new president has been met with disappointment and frustration from those who hoped to see a person of color in the post for the first time.
The University of Minnesota has consistently failed to discipline disrupters of conservative programming, including in its handling of an upcoming Ben Shapiro event, said a student organizer of the speech.
Two public universities canceled events this month after drawing heat for giving controversial right-wing and religious speakers a platform.
Rutgers University announced it no longer employs the former Syrian diplomat who represented President Bashar al-Assad’s bloody regime in the United Nations and accused Israel of organ-trafficking, after the administration defended the hire publicly.
California’s Pomona College has postponed an event with a state lawmaker and high profile activist against sexual harassment, following revelations that she is under investigation for sexual misconduct.
A picture on social media of a banana peel taken in a George Washington University sorority house has led to a raft of diversity initiatives by the administration, and sanctions threatened against those involved.
Actress Mila Kunis personally appealed to Harvard University’s historically all-male comedic theater troupe to go co-ed ahead of the group making that announcement, the Crimson reported.
Canadian Jewish organizations expressed disappointment after a McGill University report found that the removal of a Jewish student from student government was anti-Israel, but not anti-Jewish, calling it a missed opportunity for the university to reckon with its culture of anti-Jewish hostility.