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.
A professor who has taught classes on Beyonce and was once ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation for his political rhetoric said he wished that someone would shoot President Trump.
Ben Shapiro of the Daily Wire said on "Fox & Friends" that some college campuses remain "unsafe" for conservative speakers like himself.
A college professor who has repeatedly appeared on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss being "mobbed" into leaving campus because he is white reportedly filed a multi-million-dollar suit against the school.
Eric Bolling criticized Jane Sanders for claiming that sexism is to blame for the fact she is under investigation by the FBI.
Trinity College in Connecticut cleared Professor Johnny Williams's controversial Facebook posts on Friday, saying his language did not violate school policy.
Bernie Goldberg said that running against left-wing academia in the 2020 presidential race could be a successful campaign strategy for the GOP.
A New Jersey professor claimed her Newark school "publicly lynched" her after she was indefinitely suspended for remarks she made recently on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
Julissa Arce, an undocumented immigrant and former Goldman Sachs executive, said the University of California was correct to allow illegal immigrants to receive preferential treatment versus out-of-state citizens.
Tomi Lahren, of the Great America Alliance, said recent kerfuffles on college campuses prove the new generation is "fighting for segregation."