Yale has decided on names for its two new residential colleges opening in 2017, and students are upset that one of those names is Benjamin Franklin.
A second University of Mississippi ex-student is pleading guilty for tying a noose around a school statue.
Three black women who attend SUNY Albany claim that a group of white people physically assaulted them and screamed racial slurs during a bus ride to campus.
In a lengthy memo distributed today, Yale President Peter Salovey promised sweeping changes at the university, following two weeks of protests and student demands. The letter focuses on taking steps toward what he describes as “a more inclusive Yale.”
It’s back to school time at many colleges and universities, which, for some reason, has come to mean that huge banners are being strung up outside houses occupied by college students, advertising sexual services for freshman women and their moms or “daughter daycare.” And then there’s new one we just received, also…
Despite stern warnings from a campus administrator, students at the University of Notre Dame embarked on their usual yearly “Bun Run” last night, in which a group of dudes got naked and ran briefly through a small portion of campus. No one was harmed, except everyone’s eyeballs.
In the midst of our ongoing and incredibly frustrating campus rape discussion, one odd fact keeps disappearing and reemerging from the conversation: sororities are formally prohibited from serving alcohol at official Greek events, while fraternities, um, serve quite a lot of it. Would allowing sororities to serve…