"Panic is rarely a desirable state of mind either for identifying or solving problems."
The contest's description page notes that winners will have their pieces published, will get to read their pieces at the university on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and will receive cash prizes.
Tribe stated on his personal Twitter account Thursday that the Republican presidential candidate’s “jokes” regarding Russia were essentially "inviting an adversary to wage cyberwar against the U.S.," and also "appear to violate the Logan Act and might even constitute treason.”
"Don't give money to Bowdoin or to any other school that serves amazing food in its dining hall."
The Democratic Youth Council’s meeting at this year’s Dem convention effectively functioned as a safe space for Hillary supporters where participants were told not to “yuck my yum.”
The University of Colorado, Colorado Spring’s president is attempting to quell student plans to sabotage Donald Trump’s appearance on campus Friday.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is offering a how-to guide for students to help them use the appropriate pronouns when referring to other students and professors.
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UW-Green Bay) first-year seminars this fall will delve into food politics, environmental justice, and cultural appropriation of Native American culture, among other social justice topics.
"[T]here was a concern from a transgender student. There also were concerns raised by men."
Those who complete the racial equity and food justice program will be able to understand why these concepts and implicit bias are important to food system training, spot “subtle as well as overt” instances of white privilege, implicit bias, and food injustices, and recognize resources like “Food Solutions New England 21-Day Racial equity challenge.”
"We are desperately asking our faculty and staff allies to aid us in removing Parker and stopping her from spreading her dangerous rhetoric through the school we love and cherish."
The GOP’s 2016 party platform explicitly denounces state-funded schools that participate in liberal indoctrination, leading some academics to fact-check the claim that political indoctrination is widespread.
"I don’t see a lot of the nonsense that was created with some of these things."
Advertised on Amazon.com as a master’s program for “Social Justice activism,” Penn State now offers their hundreds of grad students a degree in “Master of Arts in Community Psychology and Social Change.”
"We don’t have any legal claim over the song."
Faculty and staff working to start the program have said they hope students will explore ethics and diversity in the world of criminal justice.
"Based on my experiences as a Black woman..."
"It could be termed as civil disobedience. But there’s always better ways of doing things like that than just destroying things."
“People don’t do what you’re doing in here, which is why we freaking have so much racism.”
California State University, Los Angeles has tried to duck a lawsuit over imposing security fees on controversial speakers, but it may have run afoul of the First Amendment yet again.
Protesters demanded a new curriculum that “Decentralizes Whiteness and has a critical focus on the evolution of systems of oppression such as racism, capitalism, colonialism, etc.,” that would only be “taught by prepared staff from marginalized backgrounds, especially professors of color and queer professors.”
A new rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Education will provide student loan forgiveness for students who prove they were “defrauded or deceived” by their university.
A New York college will be mandating a diversity course requirement in which all students, regardless of major, will need to study race, class, or another identity.
The College Republicans of Bridgewater State University rallied more than 400 protesters outside the Massachusetts State House Thursday to protest a proposed gun ban.
Gov. Jay Nixon (D) is to blame for the racial unrest and protests at University of Missouri this past school year, according to Republican gubernatorial candidate Catherine Hanaway.
History will soon be a thing of the past at a historically black Missouri university, despite opposition from faculty and the school’s own impressive historical pedigree.
Despite the claims of gun-control activists, the LGBTQ community has nothing to fear from the impending implementation of campus carry, a Texas student opined recently.
Whether serving as delegates or just protesting, millennials made their presence clear at the 2016 Republican National Convention, advocating loudly for a new approach to social issues.
The University of Cincinnati is reminding faculty to let students choose their own partners for group projects after being sued by a student who claims she was made to work in an all-female lab group.
College hoops is getting political and student activists are feeling nervous in response to a North Carolina law requiring people to use the public restroom assigned to their gender at birth.
Residents of an LGBT community cooperative may soon be forced to find new accommodations after the property’s new landlord announced plans to replace the house with condos.
A feature documentary delving into the intersection of comedy and free speech traces the origins of the outrage culture against offensive comedians directly to college campuses.
A nonpartisan watchdog group has named the University of Tennessee’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion (DI) the single most wasteful government expenditure in Tennessee for 2016.
Yale University has offered to rehire a cafeteria worker who destroyed a stained glass window of slaves picking cotton in a field because "it's 2016; I shouldn't have to come to work and see things like that."
Aging LGBT Iowans will gather in early August at Grand View University for their second annual senior citizens summit, ‘Gay & Gray in the Midwest.’
A University of North Dakota doctoral student is berating the school for consolidating its diversity centers into a central location, saying it reveals apathy toward diversity efforts.
North Carolina State University has revised its speech code policies as part of a settlement with a student group that had sued the school for violating its First Amendment rights.
This year’s required reading for incoming Colorado College students claims that stereotypes are self-reinforcing, creating negative outcomes that fuel further segregation.