A recent study found that when presented with a list of common “microaggressions,” most racial minorities were not offended.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison chancellor has shot down a student government request that a plaque be placed near an on-campus statue of Abraham Lincoln describing what they see as the president’s culpability in massacres of Native Americans.
Sparse research, a dearth of qualitative data, and personal bias may have tainted the results of a University of Kansas report on campus gender equity.
The dean of Seattle University’s law school revoked the school’s scholarship of a Federalist Society event, arguing it could be “harmful” to minority students to hear a conservative viewpoint.
The Michigan State University administration condemned the appearance of a “noose” in a dormitory on Wednesday, calling it a racist symbol and a threat.
A “definitional problem” in universities’ descriptions of sexual violence makes it difficult to know what can be learned from the newly released data on crime at institutions of higher learning, the president of a conservative women’s organization told the Washington Free Beacon.
Women’s March co-organizers who have been accused of anti-Semitism are scheduled to appear at two college campuses next month.