The Home Office has rejected the asylum application of a Christian convert from Iran who said they had been drawn to the faith by its peaceful nature, due to a Government official ruling that Christianity is not peaceful at all.
Rapper T.I. apparently was not happy to see a man on the street wearing Gucci following controversy over the fashion brand using “blackface” in it’s apparel.
United Airlines announced Friday it is now the first U.S. airline to provide customers non-binary gender booking options for flights.
New Zealand is commemorating the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings by broadcasting the Islamic call to prayer nationwide during a minutes’ silence, with the Prime Minister and many other non-Muslims donning veils for the occasion.
Cambridge University has rescinded an offer for Jordan Peterson to serve in a fellowship position at the institution’s divinity school.
University of California President Janet Napolitano published a statement on Thursday in response to President Trump’s executive order on campus free speech, calling itself “ground zero for robust exchanges of ideas.”
According to a new report, feminist and NYU Professor Lauren Duca left her job at the Huffington Post in 2015 after it was revealed that she had allegedly harassed coworkers from anonymous online accounts.
University of Washington Student Newspaper Attacks White People for Learning About Their Own Ancestry
This is America. We don’t disappear art in America. We don’t judge art by the artist — good grief, who in their right mind wants to go down that slippery slope of purity?
The University of Southern California announced this week that all students that are linked to the ongoing college admissions scandal will not be permitted to register for fall classes until investigations are complete.
One of the students connected to the alleged college admissions bribe scandal may have played on UCLA’s championship runner-up women’s soccer team without any soccer experience.
Students at Georgia Southern University were confronted by school staff and campus police last week while recruiting members for the Turning Point USA student group on campus. Staff told the conservative students that they needed to “fill out paperwork” in order to exercise free speech at the public university, and then proceeded to call the police when the students did not leave the public grounds.
British police reportedly held an investigation into a Catholic mother after she used the “wrong pronoun” for a transgender person, and she will face a recorded interview with police to determine whether she committed a “hate crime.”
Stuyvesant High School, New York City’s most prestigious secondary school, only admitted seven black students for the upcoming fall term. Asian students make up 73 percent of the student body.
An associate professor at the University of Georgia is claiming that white women are unknowingly creating a “dangerous situation” and perpetuating racism against “black and brown children” by becoming teachers in schools where most of the students are minorities.
The London Fire Brigade has attacked Peppa Pig, the cartoon famous with little children the world over, for referring to one of the female characters as being dressed as a “fireman.”
Beauty industry giants MAC and Benefit have allied themselves with the giant of the abortion industry – Planned Parenthood.
Five female Democrats in the Georgia state House have sponsored a bill that would require middle-aged and older men to report their ejaculations to a county sheriff.
Multiple arrests were made at the University of Michigan on Friday after students held a “climate strike” sit-in inside an administrative building, where they refuse to leave until being able to speak to the university’s president about climate change.
Harvard engineering professors are now required to submit a report that details how they increased “diversity” on campus.
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is facing criticism from progressives activists for not taking LGBTQ representation seriously enough after she claimed that leading character Albus Dumbledore had a homosexual relationship with fellow wizard Gellert Grindelwald.
Grammy-winning singer Sam Smith declared that he is neither male or female but instead is “somewhere in between” the two.
A lawsuit filed last year by the college consulting company Ivy Coach reveals just how much money some families are willing to pay for assistance in getting into Ivy League schools — legally.
A story about a mother serving jail time for fraudulently enrolling her daughters in a better public school district has resurfaced amidst the college bribery scandal.
Maine’s new Democrat governor intends to make it easier for women in her state to obtain an abortion.
A library in Paris has will be holding a “Queer for Kids” workshop aimed at children from seven to 14 as part of a “Queer Week” project.
North Caroline State University’s student government held a town hall last week to discuss how they can create a better “racial climate” and a “safe learning environment” on campus. At the meeting, members of the Diversity Outreach Department called for amending the Student Code of Conduct to include “repercussions for hate speech.”