Bias Politics Technology Marquette University threatened to rescind student’s admission over pro-Trump TikTok video
Student also faces threats, bullying.
K-12 Education Legal Religion Legal experts foresee end of anti-Catholic state laws following Supreme Court school-choice ruling
Could facilitate the growth of government-religion interaction, one lawyer says.
Activism Racial issues Hundreds at Rutgers University-Camden sign document denouncing ‘return to peace’
Law and order is 'part of the problem,' statement claims.
Bias Legal Sexual Assault ‘Complete vindication’: Appeals court reinstates anti-male bias lawsuit against Oberlin
Hearing board ignored 'flat contradiction' between Jane's initial, subsequent claims.
Analysis Opinion Baylor is considering removing the statue of its namesake. But I have a better idea.
OPINION: The Christian campus in the heart of Texas has a very unique and special opportunity to tell both sides of its history.
Analysis Opinion My professors tried to convince me that America is racist. I refused to buy into it.
OPINION: It’s time to put an end to tribalism, drop the hyphens and realize that we are Americans.
Activism Politics Racial issues GWU professor leading campaign against Bill Barr denies they want his honorary degree yanked
Contrary to published reports, 'I didn't sense any enthusiasm on the faculty as a whole.'
Scholar made comment during forum focused on police reform.
Activism Curriculum Politics Stanford accepts $58 million in Chinese cash while pushing global human rights
Between 2013 and 2019, Stanford reported $58.1 million in China-based gifts and contracts.