The Student Senate at the University of South Carolina passed a bill Wednesday evening mandating Safe Zone Ally Training for all Student Government members.
Students enrolling in Harvard University’s largest college will now be able to select the pronouns by which they want faculty and staff to address them.
72 historians representing 16 Kentucky colleges and universities have urged Kentucky legislature to remove Jefferson Davis statue from Capitol rotunda.
"Over the weekend, we became aware that some faculty members, in the interest of fostering a constructive climate for discussion, included language in class syllabi that has been interpreted as abridging students’ free speech rights."
"We should not assume someone’s gender by their appearance, nor by what is listed on a roster or in student information systems."
Some students have found the slogan offensive, believing it “both trivializes consent and appropriates African American Vernacular English.”
Several University of Akron students affiliated with Young Americans for Liberty were threatened with arrest Sunday when they attempted to distribute literature on campus.
Students may now report bias incidents to the Office of Student Life or anonymously to a third party website.
A professor at Bucks County Community College (BCCC) in Pennsylvania was fired recently after mentioning God in a farewell letter to students who completed his course.
The University of Minnesota (UMN) Board of Regents has granted permission to the university’s student association to implement a new, controversial affirmative consent policy on the campus.
Despite lacking any evidence to support their claims, the Student Union warned freshman to stay away from the Acacia fraternity's house.
Graduate students are responsible for half of the country’s student debt but some of these borrowers may never completely repay their debt.
Duke University’s assigned summer reading has sparked controversy among a number of incoming freshmen who believe the graphic novel violates their religious and moral beliefs.
MU grad students move the goal line to include increased stipends and other benefits after school caves on health insurance subsidies.
"Education is one of the most important aspects of the legal cannabis jobs market & marijuana industry as a whole."
The policy change will build on the school’s most recent sexual misconduct policy, which favors the victimized student.
Copies of the report were also sent to the University of Tennessee, Louisiana State University, Mizzou, Florida State University, Clemson University, and others.
The statement was a part of the Bias Prevention and Education Committee’s list on five ways to avoid committing “bias incidents” and was listed under the command “Think Before You Speak.”
Emmons stresses that the study’s findings do not constitute a refutation of the conventional wisdom that a college education is economically beneficial.
“I just don’t think that they should be prosecuting cases… for people who steal from Wal-Mart."
"It is financially irresponsible and intellectually lazy to continue the membership of an organization that is ineffective."
The eight-week course will be supervised by Professor Michael Greenberger of the university’s Francis King Carey School of Law and School of Social Work, and taught by nine other law school professors.
As an illegal immigrant, Magaña is not eligible for federal or state financial aid, and will likely depend primarily on her scholarship to afford tuition at UCLA.
"This is yet another example of busybody college bureaucrats treating grown adults as children."
"Such arrangements would create incentives for organizations to support students with mentoring and career counseling without putting tax dollars at risk."
A University of Colorado-Boulder (CU) professor was arrested on August 10th for impeding traffic on a primary highway in St. Louis County, Missouri, as part of a protest.
"Northwestern considers its students who participate in NCAA Division I sports. . .to be students, first and foremost."
"Consent can be given by words or actions, as long as those words or actions create mutually understandable clear permission regarding willingness to engage in (and the conditions of) sexual activity."
The 60-year-old McEnany told police that he was meeting his friends “Luscious” and “Brittany,” both reported to be in the early 20’s, in order to give them a ride from their grandmothers’ houses.
"As a public university, it is vital that we preserve and understand our history and help our students and the public learn from it in meaningful ways."
According to the Yale Daily News, the term “master” has been used at the university's residential colleges since their creation in the 1930s.
"[T]his guy really needs to be forced publicly to confront the serious arguments against his position."
President Roth cited several factors that contributed to the punishment imposed on the frat, including one alleged drug transaction had been “monitored and intercepted” by police in May, as well as the fact that the chapter was already on probation over past allegations of sexual assault.
Over the ten-year span that the videos depict, we see Alexis submit to Gov’s love of big business, heavy regulation of small businesses for the sake of “protecting” everyone.