St. Louis University student Nathan Rubbelke offers this analysis of a disturbing statement issued by over 400 Catholic theologins in this country, some who work at institutions that have previously made our reports for some
Call me cynical but I have a hard time believing that UCLA is a hotbed of racism.
Colleen Flaherty of Inside Higher Ed reported.
The University of California at Los Angeles has come under fire multiple times this fall for the state of race relations there. First, concern over the treatment of...
Another awful demand: Mandatory Gender Studies courses.
In arguably one of the most chilling developments related to the University of Virgina rape hoax, The College Fix Assistant Editor Dave Huber reports that the school’s student leaders have issued a series of truly scary recommendations.
One wishes these demands were a hoax.
“Taking Action On Sexual Assault — A Student Perspective”...
Caleb Bonham of Campus Reform recently appeared on FOX and Friends to examine some of the big stories about liberal bias on campus in 2014.
If you read College Insurrection, you know there was no shortage of material.
Sterling Beard has more.
Campus Reform’s year in review
Campus Reform’s Editor-in-Chief Caleb Bonham joinedFox & Friends...
“We are starving. We are hungry. This isn’t enough food for us.”
For Christmas this year, seven Wyoming schools districts are giving their students a gift that will keep on giving.
Citing numerous student complaints, the schools are ditching Michelle Obama’s “Healthy Lunch” program.
After reviewing the complains, it would have been better named “No Lunch” program.
Several Wyoming schools have dropped the new federal rules...
Samantha Harris of the FIRE blog has the details.
And the awards go to…
Speech Codes of the Year: 2014
Each month, FIRE singles out a particularly reprehensible campus speech code for our Speech Code of the Month designation. While all of 2014’s Speech Codes of the Month flagrantly violated students’ or faculty members’...
At a time when students are trying to find ways to stretch their education dollars, it is difficult to imagine the calculation that went into Drexel University’s decision to end its partnership with community colleges.
Drexel University is ending its partnership with Burlington County College (BCC) and other two-year institutions in which...
It should be noted that the school did this despite the objection of many faculty members.
Greg Piper of the College Fix reports.
Harvard Law caves to feds by adopting ‘preponderance’ standard in rape cases
Students accused of sexual assault at Harvard Law School can now be found guilty under the “more likely than...
The continued release of additional Sony emails after the “cyber-vandalism” hack attack has released even more shocking information.
When will the madness end?
Among the leaked emails resulting from a hacking attack on Sony, one note revealed that the company’s chief operating officer was interested in becoming the next president of New...
This is one school that seems to understand the danger of the higher ed bubble.
Ernie Garcia of lohud.com reports.
Westchester Community College tuition lawsuits soar
Westchester Community College’s crackdown on former students with unpaid debts hit 838 lawsuits as the year ends.
The taxpayer-funded college in Valhalla was the region’s most litigious school in...
Melissa Korn of The Wall Street Journal has a fascinating story about an iconic display at Tuft’s University.
One has to wonder what the campus animal rights activists have to say about the subject!
When Dick Reynolds contemplated a six-figure gift to Tufts University, he knew it wouldn’t be enough for a new...
Alex McHugh of National Review recently made an excellent point on this subject.
University Presidents Paid More than POTUS
A great number of Americans have not felt the benefits of the economic recovery, but in 2012, the number of private university presidents receiving over $1 million in compensation increased by one, the Chronicle of...
Number has increased more than 75 percent in the previous three years.
But I thought the economy was rebounding!
With the number of homeless college students increasing over 75% in the past three years, you have to question the veracity of the economic and employment numbers we have been getting.
Sean McLean’s first day of college at the University of Massachusetts Boston came on the...
Daniel Mael is a Brandeis student who writes for Truth Revolt. He publicized the tweets of a fellow student who said she had no sympathy for murdered cops.
Professor Jacobson recently wrote about Mael at Legal Insurrection but I thought we should cover this report from Caleb Bonham at Campus Reform...
As chaos descends all over the globe, it is easy to forget about the ongoing aggression of the Russians on its neighbors.
Here is a troubling update impacting a prestigious university in Ukraine.
In eastern Ukraine, where the country’s pro-Russian insurgency has claimed thousands of lives, the region’s top university is a major...
Sadly, there are probably many other people in academia who agree.
Dave Huber of the College Fix reports.
Portland State instructor: repeal ‘stupid’ 2nd Amendment
Ten-year adjunct professor, Troy Camplin, can’t say he wasn’t warned: Once an adjunct, always and adjunct.
He’s jumping off the treadmill, and explains why:
…Also at issue is the fact that I taught challenging classes. For academic bureaucrats, the most important thing of all is retention. That is,...
Going to college is supposed to give young people a chance to be away from home for a while but don’t tell that to these parents.
Leanne Italie of the Denver Post.
Extreme helicoptering: Now parents go with kids to college
Lori Osterberg and her husb...
U.S. schools are trading their “credibility for China’s education dollars.”
The College Fix Assistant Editor Greg Piper reports on a congressional hearing that looked at the “cozy” relationship between US academia and China.
China’s reported crackdown on college students celebrating Christmas is just the tip of the iceberg for Rep. Chris Smith, Republican of New Jersey.
The chairman of the Human Rights Subcommittee...
Ashe Schow of the Washington Examiner looks back on what did and didn’t happen in 2014.
The year of campus sexual assault that wasn’t
This was supposed to be the year that everyone banded together to end campus sexual assault by any means necessary — even if it meant improperly branding young men...
File this story under “Sacrilegious Studies”
Perhaps English professors shouldn’t be venturing into theology, but Liberty University’s Karen Swallows Prior makes a valiant attempt to convince us that the Virgin Mary would have approved of today’s bureaucratic attempts to regulate campus sex.
Writing in The Atlantic, Prior pairs Luke’s Gospel with Antioch College’s...
What the student said was indefensible and cost her a leadership position.
Why are other students defending her?
Eric Owens of the Daily Caller reported.
Students Rally Around Peer With ‘No Sympathy’ For Dead Cops At $60,000-A-Year Brandeis
Students at Brandeis University spent Monday effusively supporting Khadijah Lynch, their fellow student who...