Students in at least one Rutgers University residence hall are being encouraged to use only language that is “helpful” and “necessary” to avoid committing microaggressions.
University of Maryland students interviewed by Campus Reform expressed support for Colin Kaepernick's refusal to stand during the national anthem, calling his protest "heroic."
The University of Cincinnati welcomed its faculty back to campus with a set of “recommendations” on how to write tolerant syllabi and behave “inclusively” in the classroom.
A group of Yale University students have been conducting weekly protests and disrupting move-in efforts, hoping to convince the administration to change the name of Calhoun College.
Mississippi State University recently joined six other universities in the Magnolia State by removing the state flag, which contains the controversial Confederate battle emblem.
In an effort to become more inclusive for gender nonconforming students, Champlain College handed out hundreds of pronoun pins to students and faculty during first-year orientation.
Texas Christian University in Fort Worth Texas is offering credit to students for completing internships with Planned Parenthood.
The University of North Dakota (UND) is offering students the chance to live in a specialized housing community dedicated entirely to social justice.
A leading LGBTQ non-profit has released a “shame list” of more than 100 schools whose religious affiliations apparently make them “the absolute worst campuses for LGBTQ youth.”
An Ivy League professor is reacting angrily to the University of Chicago’s recent letter to incoming freshman, arguing that college students desperately need trigger warnings and safe spaces.
The University of Pittsburgh has expanded its employee healthcare coverage to provide transgender-related healthcare services, including gender reassignment surgery and hormone medications.
Clemson University administrator Shawn Jones demanded that a local man who was praying with students leave campus last Thursday because he was not in a designated “free speech zone.”
Once one starts basing one’s intellectual positions on emotion, it can become difficult to know when to stop (the answer, of course, is “before one starts”).
The University of California, Santa Barbara’s White Student Union has decided to satirically weigh in on the debate over Harambe the gorilla by publicly abusing themselves.
Two college presidents published an op-ed glorifying campus protests just one day after the University of Chicago cautioned incoming freshmen not to expect safe spaces or trigger warnings.
As universities scramble to accommodate transgender students, some are struggling to please student activists who are complaining that updated bathroom signs are still not inclusive enough.
Stanford University has taken down a webpage titled Female Bodies and Alcohol after students complained that “protects campus rapists” by taking “victim-blaming to a whole new level.”
As predicted, last year’s racial uprising has cost the University of Missouri close to a quarter of its freshmen class, leaving the school worse off than it had initially anticipated.
California Polytechnic University is expanding its “gender-inclusive” housing program this year in response to a student group’s complaints about classmates exercising free speech.
Nearly 50 years after the implementation of Title IX and affirmative action policies, university faculty demographics are more diverse, but perhaps in an undesirable way.
Graduate students at several universities are rushing to take advantage of a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling granting them the right to unionize.
After initially defending an RA training titled “#StopWhitePeople2K16,” Binghamton University’s Vice President for Student Affairs, Brian Rose, sought to “provide additional perspective” in a letter to students.
The University of Kansas is encouraging its students to get involved with the Black Lives Matter movement by providing a pool of student resources on the topic in its campus library.
Student journalists at Ithaca College want their professors to incorporate diversity and inclusion into class discussions “in every area of academia.”
A University of Texas, Austin professor contributed a mock version of the Lord’s Prayer during Wednesday’s campus carry protest, calling the NRA “heartless” and saying “Jesus is not conservative enough for Texas.”
A University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill professor claims that the lack of Republicans among UNC faculty is due to their “anti-science” positions on evolution and climate change.
Social justice advocates at the University of North Carolina are outraged over new gender-neutral bathroom signs, saying they prefer the signs put up by students years ago.
An event entitled “#StopWhitePeople2K16” was an official part of Binghamton University Residential Assistant training on August 12.
"It made me feel unsettled and unsure about the longevity and security of in my position and my job."
The Boston University School of Public Health (SPH) is offering four “Bias Training” classes this year for faculty and staff as part of an 11-point plan for promoting diversity and inclusion.