In a victory for student press freedom, a Ninth Circuit appeals court found the University of California, San Diego's defunding of a satirical newspaper violated the constitutional rights protecting freedom of the press.
The director of national candidate services at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Tuesday falsely accused Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R.) of being one of the public figures embroiled in a massive scam involving parents committing fraud to get their children admitted into elite universities.
Chicago State University agreed this week to settle a First Amendment lawsuit. The decision follows several years and millions of dollars spent by the university fighting and losing other free speech cases.
A physics professor who blamed "cultural Marxism" for punishing scientists if they challenge the idea that "microaggressions," "gaslighting," and "mansplaining" are preventing women from succeeding in STEM has been suspended and is under an ethics investigation.
Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is set to give a paid speech at Rutgers University on Thursday, but she will rake in significantly less money than what she received in 2014 to deliver speeches at UCLA and other campuses.
A professor at a Pennsylvania college has been working in recent weeks to have the school revoke a conservative group's status as a student organization, arguing that it leans in a "homophobic, sexist, racist, and anti-Muslim ideological direction."