Prominent anti-Israel academics launched a campus antifa group earlier this month for faculty across the United States.
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.
A professor of medieval literature published an article Friday in which he argued that students and scholars should not be “privileging certain forms of speech over others” and advocated for the use of “nonstandard,” “improper” English in academic work.
The National Endowment for the Humanities’ list of taxpayer-funded projects includes $300,000 for conversations about water, $75,000 for a database of podcasts, and $30,000 for oral histories of lesbian and gay Idahoans.
Comedian Adam Carolla was invited to testify before Congress on the state of free speech at American universities and said that it was time for the “adults” to take back control of campus.
Harvard adopted controversial punishments for students in single-gender organizations, but a committee has now recommended an even more stringent policy: banning all exclusive student clubs.
A University of Delaware professor who said Otto Warmbier had the “typical mindset of a lot of the young, white, rich, clueless males who come into my class” has lost her teaching position.
A teacher at Essex County College in New Jersey who appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” claims that her interview on the show caused her to be suspended from her job.
Pro-Israel students, alumni, and local residents filed a lawsuit Monday against San Francisco State University for fostering anti-Semitism on campus, alleging that the public college allowed an environment to form that is hostile to Jewish students.