WATCH: Fordham Students Kicked Out of On-Campus Coffee Shop over ‘MAGA’ Hats
WATCH: Fordham Students Kicked Out of On-Campus Coffee Shop over ‘MAGA’ Hats
The Wall Street Journal praised online “safe spaces” as an “answer to the ever-more-hostile internet” in an article on Sunday.
Planned Parenthood is coming to the aid of those who may need a “safe space” at the Thanksgiving dinner table surrounded by family members who may not be politically correct enough for them.
A number of marshals policed a speech at King’s College London (KCL) by Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg, after his appearance was judged to pose a risk to the university’s “safe space” policy.
A group of Turning Point USA activists at Kent State is facing a massive online backlash after wearing diapers on campus to protest safe space culture.
Universities must uphold free speech and open debate or face fines and be blacklisted by a new higher education regulator, the government had revealed.
Mike Rowe, former host of the television show Dirty Jobs, fired back against a critic who accused him of siding with white nationalists in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
University of Chicago Dean Jay Ellison reminded incoming freshmen in a recent welcome letter that the prestigious university doesn’t permit safe spaces.
British universities must take action to halt a growing climate of censorship on campus, Baroness Ruth Smeeth has said, warning that authorities are pandering to the demands of “ever more censorious students.”
Columbia University Professor John McWhorter argued that university campuses are the ‘least racist spots on Earth’ in a recent interview with New York Times columnist Frank Bruni.
Evergreen Biology and Agriculture Professor Mike Paros says he is expecting a backlash from the campus community now that he has publicly defended his colleague, Bret Weinstein.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens told graduating students at Hampden-Sydney College, an all-men’s school in southern Virginia, to leave their safe spaces as part of his commencement address.
On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “First 100 Days,” Harvard University Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy Dr. Cornel West stated he’s “committed to unsettling students in public spaces…you want to have a commitment to unsettling and unnerving
Students at Northern Arizona University are demanding the resignation of President Rita Cheng after she condemned campus safe spaces.
An organizer for a safe space event held in response to President Trump’s executive order on immigration refused to speak with a reporter, claiming that doing so would make her feel unsafe. Last week, online conservative campus watchdog Campus Reform reported
Maybe most Americans are not quite at the point of ditching freedom of speech, but universities are most certainly leading us that way.
Kyle S. Reyes, CEO of The Silent Partner Marketing, claimed he makes potential employees take a “snowflake test” before hiring them, in a new article for the New Boston Post.
“Put on some boots and learn how to deal with adversity” said Jones.
Now that Governor John Kasich (R) has signed campus carry into law, allowing each university system to decide whether to allow concealed carry on campus for self-defense, University of Cincinnati student body President Mitchell Phelps is stressing that he opposes campus carry because of “stabbings.”
Campus Reform took to the University of Virginia dressed as “The Hipsters Who Stole Christmas” to see if students would sign their petition to ban Christmas. Reporters Amber Athey and Cabot Phillips, claiming to be members of the fake group “Students for
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – Tulane University’s student government is requesting that students and professors add their preferred gender pronoun at the end of emails and during conversations on campus.
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – During a demonstration on the Tulane University campus, protesters largely from social justice organizations demanded white students be held accountable for perceived racism on campus.
David Vetter, born in 1971 with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID)—a hereditary disease dramatically weakening the immune system and incurable at the time—died at age twelve. Spending his short life living inside a plastic bubble that sought, unsuccessfully in the end, to protect him from the world of germs outside, he was dubbed “the bubble boy.”
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Iowa State Rep. Bobby Kaufmann elaborated on a bill he has put forth that would eliminate funding for so-called “safe spaces” at public schools. Among the reasons for Kaufmann’s effort included rising and
Rock band Death Cab for Cutie, who contributed in their own way to an effort to defeat Donald Trump during the presidential campaign, has a reminder for their fans now that the Republican businessman won a decisive victory last week: their concerts will always be “safe places.”
Former Yale Professor Erika Christakis, whose email about Halloween costumes last year incited significant campus tension, declared in an editorial on Monday that campus coddling culture actually harms those that it intends to protect.
According to an African-American professor at Harvard University, providing safe spaces to minorities students does more harm than good.
Left-wing students at the liberal UC Berkeley campus are holding protests, calling for “safe spaces” for transgendered people and “spaces of color” at the university. The protesters were caught on video harassing white students and preventing them from crossing a bridge that receives heavy foot traffic, only allowing for students of color to pass.
In a latest measure to create a “safe space” for students, a number of universities have issued “costume protocol,” banning such un-PC Halloween costumes as Arab turbans, feathered Indian headdresses, Japanese Geisha outfits, and Caitlyn Jenner costumes.
According to a task force report out of Northwestern University, administrators are planning to quadruple the number of safe spaces for black students.
University of California president Janet Napolitano has attacked “free speech Darwinism” in an op-ed to be published in Sunday’s Boston Globe. While her essay purports to be a defense of free speech, what Napolitano actually does is built a crafty defense of “safe spaces,” “trigger warnings,” and so-called “responsibility.”
Northwestern University President Morton Schapiro blasted critics of safe spaces and trigger warnings on college campuses as “lunatics.”
British Prime Minister Theresa May has taken a stand against campus censorship at UK universities, as she slammed ‘safe spaces’ as a “quite extraordinary” concept, in todays prime ministers questions.
A recent column that appeared in The Washington Post by Brown University President Christina Paxson argues that safe spaces benefit the academic pursuit of free and open discourse on campuses.
The University of Chicago has warned incoming freshmen not to expect a culture of ‘safe spaces’ and ‘trigger warnings’ during their time at university.
Boys who “identify as” transgender girls must be allowed to share a room with real girls during overnight school trips, the communications officer for a school district in Maryland told teachers and administrators during a recorded training session.
In an unfortunate turn of events for a small liberal arts college in Maine, Colby College’s bias incident report logs were published to the Internet, revealing dozens of reports about the campus’s gravest micro-aggressions and safe space violations.
Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio has offered students a safe space for those triggered by the Republican National Convention this week. “Last week’s tragedies have horrified us all and raised profound questions for our country. Amid our shock
Two reports from the Massachusetts-based Pioneer Institute show that teaching character education in schools results not only in academic progress and decreases in behavioral problems, but also greater self-control and self-discipline in students.
Twitter has launched a standalone app for influential Twitter users where they can only see the analytical performance of their tweets, meaning they won’t see “abusive” responses from “normal” users.
A student newspaper at the University of California-San Diego which was defunded after releasing an issue that mocked safe spaces and trigger warnings is now suing the university for freedom of the press violations.
African-American pro-life activist Ryan Bomberger was aggressively shouted down and called a “f*cking piece of shit” during a lecture event about abortion in black communities that took place in late April at Harvard Law School.
Freedom is all the rage on college campuses these days.
At Saturday’s commencement address at the University of Michigan, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg condemned universities for coddling students with safe spaces and trigger warnings.
This is the 25th year of the Jefferson Muzzle Awards, which is presented annually to institutions deemed most guilty of violating free speech rights.