The University of Southern Maine barred a retired professor who still taught classes after she offered credit to her students if they protested the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
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The University of Michigan is acting now to prevent professors from refusing support to students with opposing political views.
Ohio University police charged a senior with three counts of false allegations relating to a series of fake death threats that she allegedly sent to herself.
A UC Davis student spent $12,000 on legal fees defending himself against a false allegation in early 2018.
A teacher at a Philadelphia public high school has been accused of campaigning against Republican candidates during school hours.
A group of Antifa protesters in Portland, Oregon harassed an old man this week for disobeying their traffic orders, with apparently no action taken against them by the Portland police.
A new policy at the University of Pennsylvania levies a $500 fine on any fraternity that uses "insensitive" language.
Professor Jordan Peterson argued this weekend that Brett Kavanaugh should step down from the Supreme Court for a "less divisive" nominee to take his place, despite Peterson's past advice to "never apologize to a mob.
Colorado State warns its students against using "gendered emojis" in a blog post on the university website.
Kent State University has canceled a production of West Side Story after students complained that too few "latinx" actors were cast.
A congressional hearing that took place on Wednesday featured eloquent arguments about the importance of fighting for expression rights on campus.
According to a company blog post, Twitter is crafting updated harassment policies with the help of user input.
An orientation packet handed out to freshmen at Cornell University this year separates "privileged" from "oppressed" students.
Ethereum co-founder Gavin Wood allegedly wrote a disturbing blog post in 2013 about having sex with an underage girl who was dying of AIDS and later deleted the post, according to a report.
Tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel argued that groupthink is a major issue on college campuses during an interview with Dave Rubin this week.
A blog post by an Evergreen State College professor reveals that the school is suffering from serious enrollment issues in the aftermath of the 2017 riots, with freshmen enrollment dropping nearly 50 percent.
A column in Slate Magazine this week from a professor at Ripon College argues that their campus doesn't need a 9/11 flag memorial.
A professor at the University of Massachusetts Boston told his students that American foreign policy is responsible for acts of terrorism like the September 11 attacks.
A new math course at Penn State University this semester has a bizarre focus on Hillary Clinton's "strong character."
Evergreen State College is apologizing this week after it was revealed that the school used state resources to protest at a local family farm in 2017.
The University of California, Berkeley, is offering a course entitled "Deconstructing Whiteness" this semester on campus.
A Title IX investigation has been filed against Northeastern professor Suzanna Danuta Walters who authored the infamous "Why Can't We Hate Men?" column this year in theWashington Post.
A female student at a Sacramento area high school is facing battery charges for allegedly stealing a "Make America Great Again" hat from a classmate and then slapping her teacher for intervening.
New reports out last week claim that the Google Chrome web browser collects data on users even when they are in the private "incognito mode."
Former Michigan State Gymnastics Coach Kathie Klages Charged with Lying About Nassar Abuse
In a bizarre piece in theNew Yorker whichmay be partially tongue-in-cheek, Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe argues that Brett Kavanaugh's college basketball reporting might be a sign that he's unfit for the Supreme Court.
A recently published academic article examines "exosexuals' encounters with the natural environment."
WiredMagazine published a column last week that condemns the lack of women in the artificial intelligence field.
An academic journal that recently published research on "dog rape culture" is now questioning the credentials of the study's author.
Reports this week suggest that Amazon has plans to open a health clinic for its employees in Seattle.
Several news outlets reported on Friday that the Hungarian government has banned gender studies programs, citing a lack of jobs for graduates.
A professor at the University of Connecticut is concerned that too few American women feel oppressed.
A technologycolumnist for theWashington Post claims that the Tesla Model 3 is like a "giant iPhone."
A new study by attorney James C. Phillips suggests that top American law schools prefer to hire liberals over conservatives.
According to a disclosure filed this week, Amazon paid less than £4.6 million on taxes in the United Kingdom last year— dropping by almost half from 2016— even as profits in the country tripled.
Newly published statistical data allegedly confirm Harvard's discrimination against Asian-American applicants.
Tesla whistleblower Martin Tripp was reportedly falsely accused of making violent threats in June against Tesla's Nevada factory.
Attorney Harmeet Dhillon argued during a Breitbart News Sunday appearance on SiriusXM that conservatives need to use the legal system to defend their civil rights.
Bucknell University has removed all references to alumnus and CBS CEO Les Moonves from its website amidst sexual misconduct allegations that were published by theNew Yorkerthis week.
Charles Davis, the dean of the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Georgia, issued a formal apology after he tweeted out that GOP gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp is a "nice guy.
Technology giant Peter Thiel argued this week that American universities are as corrupt as the Catholic Church of 500 years ago.
A new video posted by Andrew Torba,the CEO of free speech social media platform Gab, illustrates how one form of Twitter's shadowbanning actually works.
Forbes deleted an article this week about closingpublic libraries in favor of buying books on Amazon after it sparked a backlash online.
A law student at the University of Texas was forced to reflect on "toxic masculinity" as a punishment for harassment.
An open letter published by members of the Yale Law community argues that Supreme Court nominee and Yale Law alumnus Brett Kavanaughposes a threat to the lives of Americans.
British fitness expert and television presenter Davina McCall says that she has banned scales from her home to promote body positivity.
New reports suggest that Harvard and Yale are ignoring Federal guidelines against the use of race in university admissions.
A professor at the University of Tulsa is concerned that a popular YouTube talk show about buffalo wings is sexist because it hasn't had enough female guests.
New reports suggest that 25 percent of private colleges are spending more than they are taking in.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled on Friday that Marquette University wrongly fired a professor for opinions he posted on a personal blog.
A professor at Kansas State University argues that virtual assistants like Siri and Alexa are sexist because they have female voices.
According to new reports, men are disappearing from both psychology studies and psychologyclassrooms.
An academic journal published a hoax article about the bathroom habits of conservatives and liberals.
Student leaders at Minnesota State University Moorhead are asked to attend training sessions that aim to help them recognize their privilege.
UCLA professor Doran George died last year during a "mummification" ritual at the home of a Hollywood executive.
The Department of Justice ran an undercover Bitcoin-laundering sting to catch drug dealers, according to a report from the Verge.
Facebook announced this week that it is reversing its cryptocurrency advertisement ban.
A professor at Stony Brook University argued last week that black men shouldn't be allowed to speak in public until they have studied black feminist literature.
New York Timescontributor Wesley Yang fired back at Harvard University after a report last week revealed that the prestigious institution was giving Asian applicants low personality ratings without even meeting them.
A professor at the storied and prestigious Cambridge University attended a recent campus event almost entirely naked to promote feminism.
A professor at the University of Memphis named her two cats as the "co-authors" of her recent research paper, including one that had died.
As a part of a supposed research project, a sociology professor at Missouri State University is asking that men across the country send her pictures of their junk.
An adjunct professor at New York University released a database with the personal information of 1,595 ICE employees this week, according to a report from the Daily Caller.
A recent TEDx Talk at the University of Würzburg has come under fire for its unusual stance on pedophilia.
Medical research from the University of East Anglia in the UK suggests that the normalization of "plus-size" bodies has led to an increased risk of obesity.
Three gender studies professors at theMemorial University of Newfoundland in Canada penned an academic piece this month about the "intimacy of human-fish relations."
TheNew York Post editorial board published a column on Sunday accusing Harvard University of blatant racism in its admissions practices.
The University of Texas has placed a "toxic masculinity" project on hold after it was accused of treating masculinity as a "mental health issue."
The University of Pennsylvania Law School has announced the hiring of a "Director of Social Justice Programs" this week.
Feminist scholars are defending a female professor who is facing a Title IX investigation over alleged sexual misconduct in a reversal of theirnormal approach of believing victims.
Apple is trying to stop app developers from sharing data on users' friends, according to a Tuesday report from Bloomberg.
The late Anthony Bourdain aggressively condemned the concept of "cultural appropriation" during his lifetime.
Last week, Dr. Bret Weinstein testified to Congress about the extreme limits on expression that exist in certain environments on college campuses around the country.
Former Evergreen State College Professor Bret Weinstein argued that social justice activists behave like cultists in a testimony before Congress last week.
Rutgers Professor James Livingston was banned from two major social media platforms after stories about his unusual anti-white rant went viral last month.
A Rutgers professor is walking back his controversial remarks about misbehaving white children after they stirred a substantial backlash last week, including a ban from the Harlem Shake diner described in his post.
TheWashington Post published a column last week by Northeastern professor Suzanna Danuta Walters that argued for a universal hatred of all men.
YouTube Star Tyrone Fleming, known as Tye Banga, was stabbed to death in New York City this week.
Reports published late this week suggest that a Facebook software bug may have caused user's private posts to be shared publicly.
A Thursday report from Axios revealed that Google is facing billions in EU antitrust fines.
A new report suggests that Americans' student loan debt now totals $1.5 trillion.
A course at Hobart and William Smith College in Geneva, New York, argues that the concept of "objectivity" is a myth created by white people.
Rutgers Professor James Livingston went on an unusual Facebook rant this week about poorly behaved white children at a New York City diner. But the owners of the diner fired back, calling his rant "racist.
A column in theAtlantic this week explores how two students could be accused of simultaneously sexually assaulting each other according to current campus policies.
A professor from Dickinson College argues in theWall Street Journalthis week that "conversion therapy" isn't the cure for "toxic masculinity."
TheNew York Times reported this week that fake ads on Facebook may be having an impact on a congressional primary race in California.
The state of Washington has sued Silicon Valley giants Facebook and Google over alleged violations of state campaign finance laws.
Michigan State University health physicist Joseph Hattey has been charged with bestiality with a dog, according to the Michigan attorney general's office.
Student protesters tried to derail a free speech event at Portland State on Thursday featuring YouTube commentator Sargon of Akkad and Professor Peter Boghossian by pulling the fire alarm during the event.
A new columntheWall Street Journal argues that companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon are heading towards monopoly status in their respective industries.
Susan Rice, the former national security advisor under President Barack Obama, has an up conservative activists in her immediate family.
Microsoft surpassed Google in stock market value this week following several years of doubt over whether or not the original Silicon Valley giant would turn it around.
In the aftermath of the Chinese prom dress controversy, a columnist for theAtlantic argued last week that nearly all cultures appropriate.
Lewis & Clark Law Faculty Sign Free Speech Statement After Students Derail Christina Hoff Sommers Event
The Lewis & Clark Law School faculty unanimously signed a free speech statement last month after a group of students derailed a guest lecture from Christina Hoff Sommers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook used his commencement address at Duke University on Sunday to promote various progressive causes, including the #MeToo movement and Parkland anti-gun student activists.
Twitter users expressed their anger this week after The Forward published a column comparing Professor Jordan Peterson to Adolph Hitler.
A new study of 51 top colleges revealed that almost 80 percent of the academic departments at those institutions have zero Republican faculty members.
Executives at the embattled social media giant Facebook may be cooking up their own cryptocurrency, according to a post from a company Vice President.
Students at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, are demanding the removal of white and European authors from a mandatory humanities course at the college.
A University of Florida official has come under fire this week for his aggressive handling of students celebrating during the convocation ceremony.