A social justice-oriented art summit in DC recently concluded with calls for a president who is a Muslim refugee or had an illegal abortion at 14.
A TCU student group is demanding a "zero-tolerance policy" for hate speech and a $100 million “endowment to further support minority students.”
The Chi Omega sorority's national headquarters is instructing members to avoid Halloween costumes based on song lyrics or pop culture.
"In the spirit of community, the Social Justice Summit will set the foundation for individuals to explore diversity..."
The DePaul College Republicans chapter has been censored yet again, this time over promotional flyers proclaiming that “Unborn Lives Matter.”
A conservative environmental group trying to recruit at Temple University was attacked by an anti-fracking fanatic who stole and vandalized its sign.
The University of Denver no longer allows “hate speech” on its free speech wall, but some students also want to ban non-'inclusive' student groups.
The University of California, Irvine is sponsoring a “Black Lives Matter Writing Contest” for undergraduate students.
A student is suing Iowa State University for threatening to withhold his diploma if he did not complete an anti-speech harassment training program.
Illinois State celebrated BLM by flying its official flag on campus Monday.
Conservative college students across the country are using #LiberalPrivilege to call out the bias directed against conservatives on college campuses.
A hotline for students to report offensive Halloween costumes has been inundated with prank calls after a radio host called to report a Harambe costume.
Displays have appeared in residence halls at UMass Amherst featuring a detailed “racism evaluation and assessment meter" for Halloween costumes.
Hispanic students, faculty, and staff are demanding that UNC expand the amount of space set aside for them on campus.
A Halloween microaggressions workshop at NC State will teach responses to slights like seeing a Confederate flag or encountering mean social media posts.
The headlines we were tempted to run, and the commentary we couldn’t.
A Florida State University residence hall is reminding students to avoid wearing Harambe costumes this Halloween in order to avoid “cultural appropriation.”
Marquette’s feminism club has now publicly condemned Thursday’s pro-life display at the Catholic institution as “damaging to the mental health of students” and an act of “public shaming.”
A Washington State University student senator wants the school’s College Republicans chapter to be suspended for building a “Trump Wall” on campus.
The University of Miami has apologized for a promo video used used in a TV news segment that mocked a student for supporting Donald Trump.
This week, Fox News released a poll indicating the majority of Americans view Hillary Clinton as a positive role model.
A memorial honoring the millions of unborn babies lost to abortion was defaced on Marquette’s campus, prompting the College Democrats to publicly celebrate the act of vandalism.
CSUSM is reassuring illegal immigrant students that campus police are not allowed to enforce immigration law when Border Patrol agents arrive for a career fair.
Johns Hopkins University came under fire from the Human Rights Campaign over a study finding no evidence that sexual orientation is biological.
A Liberty University student fights back against the MSM portrayal that the Christian campus is turning against Donald Trump.
Donald Trump received a standing ovation from millennials Thursday in Columbus, Ohio when he promised to protect the free speech on college campuses.
Suppression of free speech, whether it’s designated free speech zones, safe spaces censoring speech, or students disrupting events, has become commonplace on college campuses.
Yale University is apologizing for a “dehumanizing” and “racially insensitive” program booklet used to commemorate its 100th annual football game against Dartmouth College.
Liberal activists tore down flyers for a pro-life event at CSULA Thursday, replacing them with posters encouraging women to get abortions.
As part of its $1.1 million diversity audit, Mizzou is considering policy changes to ensure professors promote "diversity and inclusion" on campus.