McGill University in Montreal, Canada, has announced that they will be ending the use of its “Redmen” nickname after the community argued that it advances an offensive stereotype.
Students at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia have circulated a petition that calls for the firing of celebrated instructor Camille Paglia.
A black Ohio state representative proposed an amendment to the state’s “Heartbeat” abortion ban that would have exempted black women from the law because their “history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women and black women after slavery.”
Antifa members and their sympathizers are reportedly planning to “shut down” Monday’s Turning Point USA (TPUSA) event at the University of Pennsylvania, where TPUSA founder and executive director Charlie Kirk and communications director Candace Owens will be speaking.
The far-left actress Alyssa Milano has launched a new podcast where women will have the chance to share their “personal abortion” stories with the world.
An Argentinian company has introduced a “consent condom,” which is packaged in a container that requires four hands to open.
The parents of a young boy have received a fine from a German court after they prevented their child from going to school to avoid a trip to a local mosque.
Georgetown University students voted this week in favor of a resolution that will force them to pay an annual slavery reparations fee.
Hollywood producer Channing Powell is getting ready to premiere The Feed, a new television show that channels her fears about the threat of big tech companies.
Sir Roger Scruton, the United Kingdom’s pre-eminent conservative philosopher, has held firm after the left-wing New Statesman published an interview parsed to make him look like a bigot, resulted in the Tory government sacking him from his role on the Building Better, Building Beautiful architectural commission.
The leader of an organization of black pastors directly addressed Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, insisting she “stop co-opting the civil rights movement” to advance her political agenda.
Parents do not have a veto over what their children can be taught in schools, the British Education minister has said.
Texas Tech University Medical School announced this week that they will no longer consider race as a factor in the admissions process.
The founder and president of a major Italian NGO operating in Africa has been arrested after allegedly sexually abusing a young boy in Togo.
Two ‘antispecist’ militant vegans have been given jail sentences for attacking and burning a series of butchers, shops, and restaurants in northern France.
University of Notre Dame President John I. Jenkins has rejected calls to install an Internet filter on campus that would block pornography.
A federal judge is allowing a lawsuit against transgender facilities in a school district to proceed, but warned the student-plaintiffs that, if the government allows boys who claim to be female to use the girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms, then the girls have no right to “visual bodily privacy.”
The student government at Texas State University voted on Monday to blacklist Turning Point USA from the school. The resolution listed several accusations about the conservative student group, while confusingly making the argument that free speech can only be protected on campus by silencing TPUSA.
The Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee are holding a hearing on Tuesday on hate crimes and the “rise of white nationalism.”
A professor at the University of Connecticut is encouraging students to protest a conservative event on Tuesday in which Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens are scheduled to speak. Professor Martha Cutter is even encouraging students to reserve tickets and not show up, in order to obstruct the ability of other students to attend the event.
A Christian student organization returned to Harvard University last week after a one-year probation period.
Stanford University announced this week that it has decided to expel a student that is allegedly connected to William “Rick” Singer’s admissions scandal.
Senator and 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Cory Booker (NJ) announced Monday he plans to introduce legislation that would form a commission to study reparations for black Americans.
Al Jean, screenwriter and showrunner for legendary cartoon series “The Simpsons,” said Lisa Simpson may turn out “polyamorous.”
Keisha Lance Bottoms, mayor of Atlanta, Georgia, tweeted an invitation Friday to allow a drag queen story hour at city hall after the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System removed one of the story hours from its calendar.
Union College President David R. Harris recently penned an argument against free speech on college campuses, claiming that institutions of higher learning have a responsibility to manage speech by providing “constructive engagement,” so that students can have an optimal learning experience.
Politicians were urged to support the traditional family, as a report revealed that children from broken homes had double the rate of mental illness, poverty, or getting into trouble with law enforcement.