The University of Tampa has fired a visiting sociology professor for suggesting that Hurricane Harvey is “karma” for Texas supporting the Republican Party.
Former FBI Director James Comey will deliver a keynote address at Howard University in September, and will join the faculty in a part-time role this fall.
Dartmouth College has distanced itself from comments made by one of its professors on NBC’s “Meet the Press” over the weekend that appeared to defend violence from the “antifa” movement.
A fraternity at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor canceled a Nile River-themed welcome party after being condemned by fellow students for “appropriating Egyptian culture.”
Richard Dawkins is famous for criticizing religion in books such as The God Delusion, but a progressive radio station canceled the biologist’s appearance due to his opinions on Islam.
Freshman enrollment at the University of Missouri has fallen by 35 percent since 2015, when racial tensions triggered protests and hunger strikes.
Louisiana Gov. John Bell Edwards (D.) signed legislation on Monday prohibiting public universities from asking applicants about their criminal backgrounds.
A professor at Duke University’s Divinity School has announced his intention to resign after receiving backlash from colleagues and school administrators for criticizing an anti-racism training program.
An analysis of over $200 million in research projects conducted by Ivy League institutions found that none disclosed how they spent taxpayer dollars, in violation of federal law.