Middle East studies faculty at Georgetown University are “the most intolerant, ideological, anti-Israel, and pro-Islamist in the United States,” charged a new report by an academic watchdog, published Tuesday.
Student activists around the country are planning protests of President Donald Trump’s expected announcement later Wednesday recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and expressing his intention to relocate the U.S. embassy to the city.
Columbia University student protesters inveighed against the school’s policies protecting freedom of expression in a new video on the campus community’s views on free speech produced by the student newspaper.
A non-profit Muslim organization based in Canada has promised to adjust its recruitment policies following the resurfacing of social media posts by a former student volunteer that included a prayer for God to “ruin the homes of the Jew.”
A libertarian student group has sued the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) for refusing to grant it official club status, alleging political discrimination.
Texas State University’s student body president said he will not buckle to calls for him to step down after he condemned the campus newspaper for printing a controversial article calling for “white death.”
The University of Cincinnati student government has appropriated funding for a workshop next semester to teach students how to make “comfort kits” that include items such as worry stones, putty, fidget toys, paintbrushes, journals, and nail polish.
Northern Illinois University (NIU) conducted 70 workshops this semester to train students in responding to oppression and privilege.
The University of California (UC) system has begun to form its “student advisory board” on sexual misconduct, but it remains unclear what exactly the student representatives will be contributing.
A major advocate of levying boycott, divestment, and sanctions against Israel who has a history of publishing anti-Semitic comments on social media, is headed on a book tour next year, with expected stops at multiple universities.