Rachel Frommer is a staff writer with the Washington Free Beacon reporting on campus issues, including anti-free speech and anti-Israel activity. Prior to the Free Beacon, she was the senior campus correspondent at The Algemeiner. Her work has been picked up by Fox News, Newsweek, and the New York Post. She graduated from Touro College in 2016 with a BA in English literature. Her Twitter handle is @Rachel_Frommer, and her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has evaded questions about campus policy and student expression after being confronted about campus public safety officers claiming the university held eminent domain over a public sidewalk.
The Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences voted this week to include in the student handbook penalties for membership in single-gender social groups, leading freedom of speech and association advocates to slam the university for instituting a "blacklist."
A private university in upstate New York has been charged with yet another incident of censoring student expression, with student activists saying campus public safety officers forced them off public property by claiming eminent domain.
Arizona State University has been hit with a federal lawsuit alleging it has violated its constitutional free speech promise by requiring an invited speaker to affirm his opposition to the anti-Israel boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement.
The president of San Francisco State University issued a public apology last week for failing Jewish students, in the face of a civil rights lawsuit alleging the school has long fostered an environment of "institutionalized anti-Semitism."
The University of Minnesota has been threatened with a lawsuit for refusing to host conservative Ben Shapiro at a central campus venue, with two national free speech advocacy groups calling the restrictions placed on the event a First Amendment violation.
University of Vermont students and Black Lives Matter activists are demanding top administrators resign over the college's failure to meet student demands for diversity initiatives, including the installation of BLM flags on campus.