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.
The trial over Harvard’s alleged discrimination against Asian-American applicants continued in a Boston courthouse on Wednesday, the third day in front of the judge.
University of Mississippi Professor James Thomas says that simply harassing Republicans in restaurants isn’t enough, leftists should put their “whole damn fingers” in senators’ meals, because they “don’t deserve civility.”
Sooner or later there is going to be a mutiny in the British Army.
Students at the Savannah College of Art and Design are petitioning to remove Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ name from a building on campus, a concerned parent has published a counter-petition in response.
The trial over Harvard University’s alleged discrimination against Asian-American applicants continued on Tuesday in a Boston courthouse, with the Dean of Admissions claiming “we abhor stereotypical comments.”
NYT Op-Ed: College Administrators Responsible for Leftist Bias on Campus
The University of Texas at Austin says the program they halted last spring following criticism it treated masculinity as toxic and as a “mental health issue” is back, re-branded, and determined to uphold its original intent to “engage men in discussions about masculinity as one tool to prevent violence.”
The plaintiffs in the ongoing trial over discriminatory practices at Harvard University believe that new evidence proves that the institution discriminates against Asian-American applicants.
Entertainment streaming platform Hulu reminded its customers to wear “culturally appropriate” Halloween costumes this year in order to be “respectful to others,” in a tweet that has since been deleted.
MATAMOROS, Tamaulipas – Mexican federal authorities arrested a student wanted for his role in a series of violent university protests in Mexico City which left damage and injured several bystanders. The fugitive made his way from Mexico City to the U.S. border in an apparent attempt to hide in Texas.
Cultural critic and populist feminist Camille Paglia says it is “not American” and is actually “Stalinist” for women to wait “10 years, 20 years, 30 years” before reporting sexual assault.
The Proposition 10 campaign to extend rent control is primarily being funded by the not-for-profit AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which generates $1 billion in annual revenue.
Lena Dunham’s new HBO show Camping is getting some seriously bad reviews, and the show’s star Brett Gelman knows why: “misogyny.”
A teaching assistant at the University of Washington has come under fire this week after she allegedly doxed and recorded a group of conservative students.
Actress and comedian Amy Schumer said that she felt “really bad” for women that are more attractive than her in a recent podcast appearance.
A new research study into the polarization of American politics revealed that 80 percent of Americans view political correctness as an issue.
The trial over Harvard’s alleged discrimination against Asian-American applicants kicked off on Monday in a Boston courthouse.
Kim TallBear, associate professor in native studies, called Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) DNA test a “strike against tribal sovereighnty.”
The United Kingdom has banned an advertisement featuring a thin model after some viewers called it “socially irresponsible.”
The Australian Senate has voted against a motion stating that “it is OK to be white” and that anti-white racism is on the rise.
Paul Greengrass, the left-leaning director behind the Jason Bourne series, has a heartwarming message for you: if you’re worried about mass immigration then you’re just a step away from being Anders Breivik.
A retired history professor from Grinnell College announced that she wishes that “all men were dead” in a column for the Washington Post over the weekend.
The long-anticipated trial over Harvard University’s alleged anti-Asian admissions discrimination kicks off this week in a Boston courthouse.
A biological man won a women’s cycling event at the UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships, Saturday.
Lisa Daftari, an alumna of Rutgers University and an investigative journalist of Iranian Jewish descent, has had a speech canceled at her alma mater, although the school claims it has only been “postponed.”
Nine women have filed a lawsuit against a Fresno homeless shelter, accusing the nonprofit of allowing a transgender biological man claiming to be a woman to sexually harass them.
The streets of Portland, Oregon, became violent over the weekend as the right-wing Patriot Prayer group clashed with black-clad and masked Antifa as ongoing protests and counter-protests in the city often go unchecked by police.
It was entirely appropriate and well warranted for Israel to refuse entry to Lara Alqasem, who led boycott campaigns against Israel in the U.S.
The Christian couple that recently won a Supreme Court free speech victory in the “gay cake” controversy are urging their fellow Christians to “take their stand for the word of God.”
A Somali man whose deportation was thwarted when passengers on the aeroplane taking him out of the country began complaining is a convicted gang rapist linked to an Islamic State fighter.
Katie Hill joined protests against Brett Kavanaugh — after being caught on camera making a sex joke about one of her staffers — and she refused to apologize.