Cornell students passed a student-sponsored referendum to provide free tampons and pads in all Cornell bathrooms, with 78.6 percent of 3,034 voting students casting a ballot in favor.
Students at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill marked First Amendment Day with a panel discussion about trigger warnings, safe spaces, and privilege.
The outdoors club of the Claremont Colleges has cancelled its annual Speedo Hike due to concerns regarding body positivity and "privilege."
Appalachian State University is arguing that the First Amendment is not "absolute" in order to justify a chalking ban.
Donald Trump campaign signs were stolen from a man’s lawn by the former vice president of a small college.
A group of student activists at Texas A&M University is demanding that the school incorporate a mandatory anti-racism class into the core curriculum.
A female college student was assulted by a male classmate for wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat shortly before Monday night’s debate.
"[Since] I 'came out' as a conservative, I have felt constant, fervent scorn and condemnation from my peers..."
Clemson has backtracked on a policy forbidding students from posting Harambe memes on their doors after one administrator said the memes “add to rape culture.”
A conservative activist was kicked off Miami Dade College’s Kendall Campus and told, falsely, that she was on private property.
Mizzou students may now use their preferred names on school IDs, and even their diplomas, as part of an effort to promote gender inclusivity.
A report released by the UW-La Crosse’s “Hate Response Team” shows that nearly one in 10 reported incidents were determined to be fake.
Northern Michigan University routinely sends letters warning students not to discuss “suicidal or self-destructive thoughts or actions” with their peers.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County is hosting a “community safe space" "conversation" that "is not intended to be an open discussion or debate."
"[C]an’t wait to see you walking on campus with that red armband."
A “Multicultural Student Government” is demanding that its administration “introduce social justice education into all classrooms” because many “marginalized students” literally “struggle to survive.”
A UCLA event that was heavily encouraged for first-year students suggested that black students may fall victim to police brutality and told students to make sure they use inclusive language.
The George Washington University is now offering a “diversity graduation cord” to students who complete at least eight weekly training sessions this year.
A Clemson administrator sent an email to Resident Advisors (RAs) Friday instructing them to demand that freshman remove all Harambe references from dorm hallways and windows.
"If [they] end up saying ‘we have our own theories, our own beliefs, and it’s up to you to agree with us'...that would be bad."
An RA at the University of Kansas was advised against incorporating an image of a gorilla into a jungle-themed floor decoration because the animal apparently represents “a very masculine image.”
Well, if you can’t beat ‘em, try to shut ‘em up, right?
Members of Students for Life at Ohio University were approached three times and told to stop passing out pro-life postcards to their fellow students on Friday.
James O’Keefe gets professor to agree to help him hand out blankets, stuffed animals to college students.
The Mizzou Race Relations Committee has released its progress report, which says white people “don’t get” or “don’t see” racism experienced by their non-white counterparts.
The University of North Carolina at Wilmington is responding to a professor’s vandalism of pro-Trump chalkings by reminding the community that contrary opinions are not threats.
The National Association of Scholars has introduced a new contest, and is inviting readers submit satirical, politically correct subtitles for classic literature works.
A conservative columnist was fired from the University of Missouri’s student newspaper after writing a column that criticized the Black Lives Matter movement.
A YAF chapter meeting at the University of Kansas was disrupted by agitated students after the group's president said "facts don't care about feelings."
The University of Vermont’s Burlington campus is flying a Black Lives Matter flag alongside both the American and state flags.