Members of the Fordham University College Republicans club were recently asked to leave an on-campus coffee shop because they were wearing "Make America Great Again" hats.
Universities across the country are encouraging - or requiring - students to make any holiday celebrations secular and "inclusive."
An associate professor at Faulkner University's Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama, is using unique tactics to "undo the dis-education of millennials."
On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Alan Dershowitz reacted to an op-ed in the University of California, Berkeley student newspaper that accused him of having “blood on his his hands” and being “culpable for the perpetuation of … [Israeli] atrocities.”
A solider was sent overseas before he had time to finish painting his house, but college student volunteers took over from there.
A private Christian college in Missouri is making freshmen take a course aimed at encouraging patriotism.
Ohio State University students have issued a guide on avoiding offensive Halloween costumes.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said her new directives involving sexual assault policies on campus are a way to return due process to both the defendant and the victim.
The New School, a university in New York City, has published a guide on avoiding microaggressions.
The president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University went viral in 2015 for an open letter that called out over-sensitive college students who feel "victimized" whenever someone disagrees with them.
An Asian American legal group is supporting the Department of Justice's reported plans to investigate and potentially sue universities that intentionally discriminate against certain applicants based on race.
Guy Benson said anti-Trump protesters proved their critics' point this past weekend when they interrupted a panel discussion on free speech.