Although protests against Chick-fil-A have popped up on campuses and in cities around the country this year, the chain has more than doubled its sales in recent years, reaching $10.5 billion in sales and adding 700 new locations.
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Student leaders at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, were required to play a "social justice" themed board game during a training session.
Actor Matthew McConaughey, who was recently promoted to "professor of practice" at the University of Texas at Austin, will earn just $6,000 to teach a film course at the university this fall.
A column published in theToronto Star onThursdaymade the case that a recently uncovered photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in "brownface" is as "Canadian as hockey."
The principal of a Chicago high school has come under fire for writing that the departure of a teacher accused of sexually assaulting a student is "bittersweet.
A new report claims that confidential medical records for millions of Americans are publicly accessible online on unprotected servers. 187 public servers containing confidential medical records did not even have a password in place.
Former Democratic New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg penned a column for theNew York Postthis week in which he expressed concern over the state of free speech on college campuses.
Students claim that a high school teacher in Waxhaw, North Carolina, told a class that Vice President Mike Pence should be "shot in the head."
MIT researcher and open source software activist Richard Stallman has resigned over a series of writings in which he defended convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and child pornography.
Former University of Pennsylvania Medical School Associate Dean Stanley Goldfarb published a column in theWall Street Journal last week which made the case that medical schools are more focused on "social justice" than they are on treating illnesses.
Purdue University officials have rejected faculty calls to block a proposal to install a Chick-fil-A franchise on campus.
Northwestern University Journalism Professor Justin Martin, who teaches in Qatar, is defending his decision to tweet "Happy 9/11" on the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, while stating the U.S.
Actress Felicity Huffman received a 14-day prison sentence on Friday afternoon for her role in the "Varsity Blues" college bribery scandal.
Ohio State University had its trademark application for the word "the" rejected by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week. The main reason appears to be the university's choice of font size.
Harvard President Lawrence S. Bacow said that the university "regrets" accepting donations from convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The faculty at Purdue University are pushing back against a proposal to install a Chick-fil-A restaurant on campus. Professors have drafted a measure that would restrict the university's ability to do business with companies they deem to not uphold "social justice" values.
Students at Northeastern Illinois University claimed that they "fear" a scheduled campus visit from former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. According to the student's Facebook post, the school is creating a "home" for "white nationalism" by allowing Spicer to speak.
A Harvard higher education expert predicts that 25 percent of American colleges will shut their doors within the next two decades based on rising costs and falling admissions.
On the eve of the 18th anniversary of 9/11, Bucknell University hosted Antifa scholar Mark Bray, a staunch defender of the political violence that has terrorized the Pacific Northwest.
The University of Kentucky announced this week that it will remove mandatory classes from a campus building that features a controversial mural that critics claim remind them of Kentucky's "unsavory history.
The University of Denver quietly instituted a new policy that would allow students to remove the nickname "pioneer" from their ID card if they found it offensive.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the most respected universities in the world, has recently been outed for covering up its long financial relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
UCLA Professor Douglas Kellner argued in a recent interview for the university's website that the First and Second Amendments are not "absolute," and should be changing as society continues "growing and evolving.
The European Aviation Safety Agency announced this week that it will not defer to the FAA's ruling on the safety of Boeing's troubled 737 Max fleet.
Emory University Professor Tiphanie Yanique argued during a television appearance this week that Hurricane Dorian is "man-made."
A new poll reveals that an overwhelming majority of conservative college students self-censor in the classroom in order to protect their grades. 73 percent of students self-identified as "strong Republican" censor their beliefs in class fearing backlash from leftist professors.
Montgomery County Public School District in Rockville, Maryland, recently rolled out a set of policies that will allow students to identify by a "third gender," and adds the requirement for schools to provide an LGBT "safe space.
As presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren travels the country promoting her "free college" plan, her husband earns $400,000 annually as a professor at Harvard University. According to one expert, "high and rising" salaries for administrators and professors is a leading cause of ballooning college tuition.
Colorado College announced last week that they will be dropping the SAT and ACT tests from its list of requirements for admission, to "increase the diversity of its student body.
A Catholic school in Nashville has banned the Harry Potter books on the advice of several Catholic exorcists. The School's pastor argues that the book's references to magic are a "clever deception.
During an interview with Breitbart News's James Delingpole, political commentator Andy Ngo explained the ideology of the Antifa movement, and the group's belief that it is pushing America towards a civil war.
The faculty council at the University of Kansas is calling for the removal of Chick-fil-A from campus by arguing that the company is a "bastion of bigotry.
The Clemson University Police will be analyzing thousands of social media posts during an upcoming football game against Georgia Tech.
The Clemson University Police will be analyzing thousands of social media posts during an upcoming football game against Georgia Tech.
Incoming freshmen at George Mason University attended an orientation event during which they were encouraged to use chocolate to spice up their sex lives.
George Washington University has quietly begun removing references to its "Colonials" mascot after students argued earlier this year that the mascot represents "oppression."
Recently published financial figures revealed that Harvard University has more money than half of the world's countries. Harvard's $38.3 billion endowment puts it ahead of 195 countries in terms of total wealth.
A report published by theNew Yorker this week highlights an online publication catering to Chinese students at American universities that features pro-China propaganda.
Harvard Law School recently launched a new clinic in which students will be able to defend the rights of animals.
Indiana University Southeast is instructing its students to say "ouch!" when they are offended by someone's language.
Peter Wood, the president of the National Association of Scholars, argued this week that a "social justice" themed course at the University of Michigan amounts to political indoctrination.
University of Texas at Austin instructor and curator Alex Wild has doubled down on his past comments that Republcians want ethnic cleansing — this time he called President Donald Trump and his supporters Nazis.
Tuition for Boston University's new online MBA program is $30,000 cheaper than its on-campus alternative, partially based on the fact that the online MBA program strips away all electives, leaving the five core modules of an MBA degree.
One person died on Saturday morning in the second shooting this year at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina. According to a local news report, one person died on Saturday morning at Coastal Carolina University.
A professor who admitted to local press that he is a member of the far-left militant group Antifa has been removed from his position at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Stanford University announced in August that they will launch a physics course that is specifically designed for students from "underrepresented groups" who "don’t have the same level of preparation from high school as their majority peers.
Amazon announced this week that it will end an exploitative tipping practice that counts customer tips towards a driver's base pay. The e-commerce giant says that drivers will now receive 100 percent of all tips as opposed to those tips going at least partially to Jeff Bezos' bottom line.
A recently passed law in the state of Washington will effectively end a campus firearm storage program at Washington State University.
A local news report revealed that the state of New Jersey awarded $3.8 million in financial aid to illegal immigrants during the 2018-2019 school year.
A new report suggests that Hollywood actress Lori Loughlin refused to plead guilty for her alleged role in the "Varsity Blues" college admissions bribery scandal because she thought that all rich people bribed colleges in exchange for their children's admission.
Renowned Yale computer scientist David Gelernter claims that he is abandoning Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
MoviePass confirmed this week that a data breach potentially compromised thousands of credit card numbers belonging to their customers.
The University of Kentucky has apologized for a series of internal emails that revealed that their staffers conspired to block the formation of a Young America's Foundation chapter.
A recent column fromForbes argues that American colleges and universities are spending billions on new buildings that they don't need.
According to a report by Motherboard, a flawed electronic essay scoring algorithm has been adopted by several states. Experts say the algorithms stress the ability to write in whole sentences, not creative or insightful thinking by students.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham receives millions in taxpayers dollars to fund its various "diversity and inclusion" programming.
A Harvard project involving efforts to "equip a tree with a voice" about climate change was funded with taxpayer dollars from the National Science Foundation.
A new poll reveals that college students prefer socialist candidates like Bernie Sanders over more moderate alternatives.
The University of Iowa's recently hired Associate Vice President for Diversity has resigned just seven weeks after taking the post.
New School professor Laurie Sheck, who has been nominated for a Pulitzer prize in poetry, faced an investigation this year over her use of the "n-word" during a lesson on black author James Baldwin.
An assistant superintendent of a New Jersey school district has proposed a new policy that would withhold school lunches from students that have a $20 or greater lunch debt, and restrict students with $10 of debt to a tuna fish sandwich.
A new research paper published last week by a staff member of the women's studies department at SUNY Brockport makes the case that the dairy industry's production process involves the "rape" and "sexual assault" of cows.
Former Johns Hopkins Professor Daniel Povey argued in a blog post this week that many American colleges demonize white men. Povey may not find his future career to be more welcoming to ideological diversity— he has accepted a position at Facebook.
A curator at the University of Texas at Austin Biodiversity Center, who also teaches classes, defended his claims that Republicans desire an "ethnic cleansing" in a tweet this week.
Goldsmiths, University of London announced this week that they are banning all beef products from campus in an effort to fight climate change.
The University of Georgia is hosting a "Taco'bout it Tuesday" event that encourages male student to reflect on their masculinity. The university claims its goal is to "provide a supportive space for male-identified students to engage in critical thought" about topics like "the aesthetics of manhood," while also stating that "gender is a social construct.
New data reveals that 179 university and college presidents around the country earn more annually than the President of the United States.
Diversity officials at the University of South Dakota are asking white students to consider if they are "taking up" too much "space" on campus.
Reports suggest that airlines are leasing 30-year-old planes to replace the grounded Boeing 737 Max fleet. One industry expert compared older plants to "gold dust," due to their increase in value.
Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, is hosting a program that aims to help students rid themselves of "toxic masculinity." The goal of the program is to "reimagine manhood through different cultures, perspectives, and experiences.
Sarah Lawrence College Professor Samuel Abrams claims that he received threats after publishing a column in theNew York Times condemning American colleges for their leftist biases.
An unusual new study from Penn State suggests that straight men avoid recycling due to fear that they may have their heterosexuality questioned by their peers.
A new report byWired Magazine revealed that Boeing accidentally left important code for its 737 and 787 aircraft on a publicly accessible server.
The Alliance Defending Freedom, a Christian non-profit legal group, hit Vassar College back this week after academics labeled it a "hate group."
Boston University Medical Professor: Dentists Should Refuse to Help ICE Determine Migrants' Ages
A new database published byArizonaCentralthat catalogs the salaries of public employees reveals that 199 of the top 200 highest-paid public employees work in higher education.
A new poll revealed that college students believe that Barack Obama was the best president in United States history. The 22 percent of Students choosing Obama doubled the votes for George Washington.
18-year-old Ezra Brenner will not face charges in connection to his arrest for allegedly trying to chain the doorto a meeting room closed while the University of Washington College Republicans were inside.
The University of California, Los Angeles, held vigils on campus in July to draw attention to the immigration detention centers along the Texas-Mexico border.
Christian institution Baylor University has formed an unusual alliance to run a literacy program for children with a social justice organization that wants to strip away gun rights in America.
A new poll suggests that an overwhelming majority of college students think that President Donald Trump should face additional investigation for obstruction of justice during the Mueller investigation.
The public Rutgers University is looking to hire a full-time staff attorney to defend illegal immigrants at a Newark courthouse.
Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) hit back hard against Colorado State University's claim that the words "America" and "American" are offensive.
A San Diego judge has thrown out a lawsuit from a student who was hit by a moving vehicle during a protest against Donald Trump on the eight-lane I-5 freeway.
Columbia University is offering various resources, including a "stress management" support group, to its illegal alien students.
Hockey coach John Krupinsky of the Danbury Hat Tricks, who went viral last week for a video in which he told his players to respect the national anthem, condemned anti-American college students this week.
Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy (R) has vetoed a new budget proposal for the University of Alaska, a decision which could lead to the loss of 700 jobs and 40 degree programs at just one of the institution's main campuses.
Students at the University of Miami recently signed a fake petition in favor of banning the school's "Hurricanes" mascot because it is offensive.
A teaching assistant at UC Santa Barbara has come under fire this summer over posts she has made on social media about transgender people. In one post, she said "There is no such thing as actually being transgender (a male woman or a female man).
Northeastern University President Joseph Aoun argued recently that artificial intelligence and robotics will kill 50 percent of American jobs.
Administrators at UC Berkeley published a message of support for illegal alien students at the end of June.
A student at the University of Florida claims that he was assaulted near campus on the Fourth of July because he was wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.
A new report suggests that Google will adopt a "respectful code" policy that will eliminate politically incorrect terms used at the company in its programming. The new policy bans common programming terminology like "master and slave," widely found in both software and hardware, to fight the "harmful effects of bias and discrimination.
A small college in Massachusetts known for its opposition to President Donald Trump is fighting to keep its doors open with dwindling enrollment — including an incoming freshman class of 15 students.
Oberlin College has refused to apologize to Gibson's Bakery after losing to the bakery in a multi-million dollar libel lawsuit to avoid offending students with "different perspectives.
A Title IX report cleared a group of Michigan State University basketball players accused of gang rape.
The United States Army War College canceled an event featuring a speaker that has criticized Islam.
Selina Soule, a high school track athlete, filed a complaint with the Department of Education over new policies that allow transgender athletes to compete in women's track events.
Taylor UniversityPresident Paul Haines resigned last week following controversy over his decision to invite Vice President Mike Pence to speak on the Christian campus located in Indiana.
Disgraced former CEO Elizabeth Holmes will stand trial for her role in the now infamous collapse of her startup Theranos, which falsely claimed that it had revolutionized medical blood testing.