This week, the University of Virginia (UVa) confirmed that it had eliminated the last of its policies that unconstitutionally restricted the free speech of students and faculty members.
Each year America’s university presses produce hundreds of tracts extolling the virtues of pacifism, radical environmentalism, open borders, and socialism.
“High End” colleges discriminate against the military.
A Penn State student’s “Portraits of Terror” art exhibit was censored by the university because it satirized Islamic terrorism
For a few years now, distinguished literary scholar Gerald Graff has been disputing with “social justice” professors and “radical teachers” over the proper use of authority in the classroom.
Students handing out literature critical of President Obama from the Heritage Foundation are forced to close down their booth at a student activities fair.
Brooklyn College’s summer reading selection offers diatribes against Israel.
Contrary to popular belief, Churchill is not the biggest lunatic to (dis)grace higher education in recent years. That honor goes to Julio Pino of Kent State University.
Another blow against “affirmative action” policies.
A professor fired for her views is finally vindicated in court.