More than 90 percent of top U.S. colleges have policies regulating campus free speech, with one-third applying severely restrictive policies, according to a recent study.
The University of Michigan became the latest public university to host a special workshop for white employees who feel “uncomfortable” confronting race relations on campus because of their skin color.
Tad Cummins, a former Tennessee teacher, lawyer claimed police and his wife “coerced” him to admit he had a sexual relationship with the teen student he ran away with earlier this year.
A surprise school visit by Ivanka Trump drew ire from some parents of a Connecticut academy, with one who yanked their child from class to protest the first daughter and White House adviser’s father, President Trump.
The National Football League is partnering with Morehouse College for a three-day social justice workshop in February inspired by Colin Kaepernick’s activism.
Santa Claus, Christmas trees and the colors red and green are examples of inappropriate “religious iconography” during the holiday season, according to a paper distributed during a “Respecting Religious Diversity” event at the University of Minnesota.
An Ohio middle school teacher is accused of engaging in oral sex and intercourse with a 14-year-old male student in May – and the alleged sex acts reportedly occurred inside the school.
“Jingle Bells” doesn’t have a single reference to Santa Claus or Jesus Christ, but the song, one of the most well-known Christmas carols in the world, is now under fire for its “problematic history.”
Michigan State University has now seen its first administrator resign since Larry Nassar was sentenced to 60 years in federal prison for child pornography charges and 10 counts of sexual assault.
A Christian student group is suing the University of Iowa for discrimination after they were booted off campus for requiring student leaders to embrace Christian religious beliefs — including a clause on sexual morality.
Parents at a middle school in Gurnee, Illinois are upset after their kids received a controversial Hitler-themed assignment.
A Rutgers University professor accused of posting anti-Semitic rants on his Facebook page will lose his role as a director and will no longer be allowed to teach required classes, the school announced.
A former Ku Klux Klan member who burned a cross on a black couple’s lawn 40 years ago, before becoming a Roman Catholic priest, has finally written his victims an apology.
Madeline Lewis, a former West Point cadet, said she dropped out after receiving a lackluster response from the school when she accused the star quarterback of a sexual assault.
It’s that time of year again: when universities nationwide issue their guidelines to make their designated safe spaces as inclusive as possible during the Christmas season.
A Florida art professor’s anti-Trump display with T-shirts bearing such slogans as “Unapologetic Racist Enabler 2017″ and “WTF? 2016″ is on showcase at Pensacola State College ahead of the president’s visit to the Panhandle Friday.
Two Virginia elementary school physical education teachers smoked marijuana and hashish in an office nearly every day before classes began, using air freshener to mask the smell before students walked in, police said.
Former Yale University basketball star, Jack Montague, is getting help from unidentified alumni and former teammates to help cover legal costs from his fight to undo a Title IX sexual misconduct complaint that got him “wrongfully and improperly” expelled in 2016.
After losing their teen daughter to suicide due to years of bullying, Freddie and Charlene Avila are now being tormented by Internet trolls dishing out the same vitriol that caused 13-year-old Rosalie to take her life.
Ivy League schools such as Columbia and Harvard, and coastal universities long seen as leftist bastions aren’t the only hotbeds of liberalism run amok. Community colleges throughout the nation face controversy, too – from instances of inflammatory tweets to accusations of racism.