The University of Pennsylvania will offer a course in the spring semester that combines a study of literature, Native American history and climate change
University of California Berkeley recently publicly disavowed its “Genealogical Eugenics Institute Fund,” which had been run by the public institution for about four decades but was quietly suspended in 2018 after questions and concerns were raised about the program.
Harvard University is creating a new position for its Ivy League campus: an “Associate University Librarian for Antiracism.”
At colleges and universities across the nation over the last six months student activists have made demands that campus police be either disarmed, disbanded or defunded — among other measures — in a wave of anti-police sentiment that has swept the country in the wake of the George Floyd protests.
The Supreme Court has long protected student speech on public school grounds as long as it doesn’t “materially and substantially interfere” with the school’s operation.
In November 2019, a George Mason University professor stumbled upon a Bible and an accompanying CD in her classroom.
Student activists at Brown University recently failed to convince the Ivy League institution’s student government to endorse its resolution to remove two Roman statues on campus, but only by a slight amount.
Ahead of an event at Bucknell University featuring the new film “What Killed Michael Brown?” a professor has argued that questioning systemic racism “is itself offensive and racist.”
The University of California Santa Barbara announced that it will offer paid “Racial Justice Fellowships” to four graduate students.
The University of Notre Dame administration has now covered the school’s 12 murals depicting the life of Christopher Columbus, which generated protests and petitions from Native American groups on campus.