Brooklyn College in New York City has directed police officers who need a bathroom break to use the broken-down facilities in a building on the far edge of campus.
A New York public university has agreed to pay thousands of dollars to a pro-life student group and retool its student group approval process to settle a discrimination lawsuit.
The College of Liberal Arts at California State University-Long Beach (CSULB) is searching for multiple tenure-track assistant professors to teach to an intersectional curriculum, with openings for lecturers of “trans studies” and “social movements.”
Students at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (UM) have attributed the first-ever passage of an anti-Israel divestment resolution through the central student government (CSG) to a changed political environment on campus in the year since the presidential elections.
A tenured professor at Columbia University has been criticized by students for a social media post in which he referred to “Jared Kushner’s Zionist kins [sic]” who “kill and rob Palestinians,” and described the Jewish White House adviser as a “creature.”
Knox College in Illinois is standing behind its decision to cancel the production of a Bertolt Brecht play in response to student outrage over the drama’s representation of women and Asian culture.
Students at New York’s Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) have been hit with a disciplinary inquiry for holding a campus protest, prompting criticism from First Amendment advocates.
The leadership of the American Studies Association (ASA) was “covertly pack[ed]” with professors known to be in favor of an academic boycott of Israel as part of a surreptitious effort to push the professional academic organization to adopt such a position, according to the legal team involved in a case challenging the boycott efforts.
Oberlin College and its vice president have been accused of libel and slander by a local bakery, the owners of which allege in a suit that administrators supported students in an unfounded campaign to paint the establishment’s owners as racist.
A coalition of two dozen clubs at New York University (NYU) has boycotted a subsidized trip to Israel for student leaders, claiming it is a “propaganda” program that is “part of the right-wing strategy to combat the Palestinian movement for human rights and self-determination in the academy.”