"We are confident that all members of the university community will demonstrate the highest ideals of our university."
Campus Free Speech
Conservatives deploy state power to go after speech they don't like.
"Any platform he is provided...creates more space for right-wing extremists to escalate their attacks on our communities."
They worry that letting speech flourish in the rest of the campus will make "students feel unsafe and unwelcome."
Western Illinois University clamps down on student speech.
Right-wing cancel culture comes for Jamie Riley, who dared to criticize the American flag.
Prof. May Be Ordered to Refer to Transgender Student Using the Student's Preferred Title and Pronoun …
... or refer to all students without a title (e.g., by first name or by last name) and not use third-person pronouns to refer to them.
Authorities questioned Ismael Ajjawi for eight hours at Logan Airport. Then they revoked his student visa.
The New York Times columnist emailed a professor to complain about a mean tweet—and cc'ed the provost.
By punishing Jeff Klinzman, Kirkwood Community College has dealt a blow to free speech.
Republicans and right-leaning independents have turned rapidly against higher ed.
Though Fordham is a private university, under New York law private university decisions that violate the universities' own stated rules may be set aside by a court.
The suit came after the school denied funding to bring Dana Loesch and Andrew Klavan to campus.
UC–Santa Barbara's Title IX office is "aware of this matter and actively engaged in a response."
A scientific consensus has emerged that trigger warnings just don't work—and student activists should stop demanding them.
Administrator at California's Southwestern College tried to use government transparency law on journalists.
The celebrated law professor lost his position as faculty dean after students demanded his firing.
Oberlin Has Been Ordered to Pay $44 Million in a Defamation Lawsuit. The Punishment Doesn't Fit the Crime.
A local bakery accused the college of defamation after students launched a public campaign against the store for racial profiling. Oberlin mounted a free speech defense.
University of Minnesota Food Service Worker Says 'Hello' in Japanese to Asian-American Student, Who Files a Bias Report
"These type of microaggressions occur too often on campus."
Campus free speech battles. Intersectionality-fueled infighting. Cancel culture. Pre-order now!
Santa Clara University Student Government Won't Recognize YAF, Says Conservative Speakers Make Campus 'Unsafe'
"The presence of YAF would further marginalize minority students on campus."
The move violates the First Amendment, according to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
First Amendment Group Sues the University of Illinois Over Bias Reporting System, Restrictions on Political Speech
"An elaborate investigative and enforcement regime designed to restrain, deter, suppress, and punish speech."
But their attitudes toward poor blacks remained unchanged, according to a study.
Maybe a little, but don't get carried away
"I want to be clear that the comments I made are not indicative of who I am or who I've become in the years since."
Plus: Game of Thrones ends, Trump's trade war with China regrettably does not.
"We are surprised and dismayed by the action Harvard announced today."
They want restorative justice and facts about disproportionate punishment for students of color
Activists Say Professor Who Criticized Them Is a Threat to Student Safety, Insist Seton Hall Must Fire Him
The administration capitulated immediately, placing Williamjames Hoffer on leave pending an investigation.
Some students at the University of the Arts want the firebrand feminist fired. Where did they get the idea they should be picking faculty?
These schools are seriously committed to civil and diverse debate.
Columbia College Theater Students Feel Unsafe About White Students Getting Parts Written for Palestinians After None Tried Out
"It got to a place where nobody felt safe."
"Students were just screaming that we were trying to 'kill them.'"
Protesters said it was "absolutely, unequivocally" not their intention to shut down Legutko. The administration panicked anyway.
The speech had been cosponsored by three faculty-run programs at the College.