Millennials may be knowledgeable about social justice issues, but when it comes to legitimate political issues, they are lost in the woods.
"Those who do not know the history of the nation...[are more likely to] view its constitutional freedoms with nonchalance."
The man often credited with popularizing the phrase “microaggression” is concerned that academics are abusing the term, he said in a recent interview.
A Colorado state senator gave University of Northern Colorado (UNC) President Kay Norton a harsh scolding Wednesday in an open letter condemning the school’s Bias Response Team.
"[T]the probability that a female assistant [prof.] gets tenure...decreases by 22 percentage points."
A government agency has found that sexual harassment prevention trainings are ineffective in reducing harassment and may even make the problem worse.
A recent poll released by Students for Life of America (SFLA) shows that only 17 percent of millennials agree with Hillary Clinton’s extreme stance on abortion.
A former Indiana University student is now suing the university in federal court after sexual assault charges were dropped against her accused rapist.
An Ivy League law professor says that releasing an entire class of prisoners could alleviate overcrowding and financial obligations in the American prison system.
To increase male student retention and combat sexual violence, one California university is offering a “safe space” for male-identifying students to discover their authentic masculinity.
The University of Cincinnati will now require prospective job applicants to summarize their commitment to diversity before being considered for a position at the school.
Colorado Mesa University (CMU) has eliminated free speech zones and doesn’t have a Bias Response Team. As a result, reportedly few students complain and free speech trumps censorship.
The University of California, Irvine has fully revoked its suspension of the school’s College Republican chapter after facing criticism from liberals and conservatives alike for suppressing free speech.
The University of North Carolina has taken down its Employee Forum post labeling Christmas vacations and staff golf outings microaggressions.
Students and Resident Advisors (RAs) at the University of Michigan are allegedly being coerced into relinquishing their free speech for the sake of “civility” and “inclusivity.”
Monmouth University will keep “Woodrow Wilson Hall” as the name of its central administrative building, despite cries of racism.
Administrators across the country are folding to student demands for more diversity, but a recent study out of Harvard suggests that mandatory diversity trainings are actually making schools less diverse, not more.
An “educational presentation” on Longwood University’s website claims that challenging someone’s pro-choice views or assuming they smoke weed are both microaggressions.
A new report by the Anti-Defamation League shows that the number of anti-Semitic incidents on college campuses nearly doubled in 2015, while anti-Jewish assaults are up 60 percent across the United States.
Students and faculty at University of Chicago are protesting layoffs of nonacademic aides and secretarial staffers after multiple academic divisions were directed to cut budgets.
SAT tutors reportedly believe that the college aptitude test has a gender bias because of one math question and one verbal passage on this year’s exam, but The College Board denies it, saying it has observed no gender-based differences in scores.
The University of Northern Colorado has admitted to mishandling reports of bias incidents after receiving national criticism for clear censorship of alternative views.
A women’s studies professor at Rutgers University says that white racism is to blame for the United Kingdom voting to leave the European Union in a referendum last week.
As Brock Turner prepares to spend six months behind bars, California lawmakers are pushing to expand the state’s definition of rape and establish a strict mandatory sentence for those who are convicted.
Sulkowicz is best known for her thesis art project at Columbia University, titled “Carry That Weight.” The project involved carrying a mattress around campus for a year. According to Sulkowicz, the weight of the mattress symbolized the weight she had been carrying since she was allegedly raped in her dorm room during her sophomore year.
After receiving pressure from a Hindu statesman earlier this week, the University of Missouri has removed its “Inclusive Terminology Guide.”
A professor at the University of Mississippi has compared the bathroom wars to the racial integration struggles of the 1960s as the school grapples with how to make its campus more accessible to transgender students.
Some members of the Ohio University Board of Trustees say a college credit program for high schoolers creates inequality among students and “could hinder students’ overall education.”
The University of Illinois is requiring students to take classes on minority culture in an effort to address tensions caused by a recent “cultural appropriation” incident and pro-Drumpf chalkings.
Several academic associations representing thousands of top private and public colleges are enthusiastically endorsing Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling upholding affirmative action.
After months of student protests, Georgetown University has announced plans to “make amends” for an 1838 slave sale based on ideas crafted by a Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation.
To help staff members avoid microaggressions, the University of North Carolina advises gender-neutral dress codes and avoiding phrases like “husband/boyfriend.”
The president of William Jessup University claims that a bill pending in the California legislature would have a “devastating” impact on religious colleges by violating their religious liberty.
The University of Arizona hopes to kick off the fall 2017 semester by offering a master’s degree in transgender studies.
Emory University history professor Carol Anderson condemned white elites and politicians, and Ronald Reagan in particular, for dismantling the progress of the black community.
The catalog of bias incidents includes a taunt hurled at a referee and the use of the phrase "on the other hand."
The University of California, Irvine has revoked its suspension of the school’s College Republican chapter after facing national criticism from both liberals and conservatives alike.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of allowing the University of Texas, Austin to consider an applicant’s race during the admissions process in a 4-3 decision Thursday.
The University of Northern Colorado’s Bias Response Team allowed students to censor free speech during a debate that “triggered them” as an “attack on their identity.”
A U.S. congressman has introduced two bills that would make it easier for illegal immigrant students to attend college.