A student-led lawsuit revealed that the Charles Koch Foundation had a hand in the hiring and firing of George Mason University professors, the Washington Post reports.
I’m actually a little surprised it took the University of Notre Dame a whole three weeks to rescind birth control coverage for its students, faculty, and staff after the Trump administration officially rolled back the contraceptive mandate on October 6
On Thursday, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced a partial overhaul of Obama-era guidelines for how colleges and universities must address incidences of sexual harassment and assault, saying, “the system established by the prior administration has failed too many students.”
On Friday, The Guardian reported that Michele Landis Dauber, a law professor at Stanford university, was told repeatedly by the law school’s administration that she could not use screenshots of the Donald Trump Access Hollywood tape in promotional material for an upcoming conference on sexual assault, which she is…
The black Yale dishwasher who resigned after smashing a stained glass window that showed slaves picking cotton can now return to his job, according to school officials.
When I read articles about liberal arts education, often written by or about frightened professors, I sometimes find myself imagining The Frightened Professor as a stock character in a horror movie. In the opening scene of Night of the Super-Woke Student Body, The Frightened Professor stands in a dimly lit room. If…
Following a recent high profile sexual assault case, the Utah Department of Public Safety is now investigating Brigham Young University’s police department for how it handles and distributes its police reports, as well as how it accesses reports from other police agencies in Utah.
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.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has opened new investigations into alleged sexual violence at University of Notre Dame and University of Chicago. The investigations, both opened in February, are two of 208 active Title IX cases the agency is looking into at colleges and universities.
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.
On Monday, the National Science Foundation doubled-down on its commitment to eradicating sexual harassment and gender-based discrimination in science with the announcement that it may terminate funding to any institution that fails to adhere to Title IX guidelines.
A Christian college in Illinois has begun the process of firing Dr. Larycia Hawkins, a political science professor who suggested in one of her classes that Christians and Muslims believe in the same god.
Over 24 religious colleges and universities have obtained exemptions from Title IX federal civil rights protections since last year, according to reports. These waivers allow the universities to discriminate against students, employees, and faculty on the basis of their gender, sexual orientation, and whether or not a…
The Centre for Students With Disabilities at the University of Ottawa has shut down a yoga class, designed to be inclusive towards people with disabilities, because “there are cultural issues of implication involved in the practice.”
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.”
After massive outcry following the University of Missouri’s failure to respond to several racist incidents on campus, the university’s chancellor R. Bowen Loftin has announced he will transition out of the position. This comes just hours after the school’s president, Tim Wolfe, announced his resignation.
The University of Missouri’s system president Tim Wolfe is resigning after recent student protests over his failure to address racism on campus.
Last week was move-in time at many of America’s colleges and universities, and, thus, a great time to shout from the rooftops how excited some students are to have sex with 18-year-old girls and/or their mothers. College students the nation over were making banners to proclaim how good they are at sex, and we asked…
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…