The university spent at least $175,000 dollars to remove "references to the pepper spray incident in search results on Google for the university and the Chancellor."
Public schools in the United States aren’t teaching students how to engage diverse opinions.
A survey reveals how little commentators know about what students think about the First Amendment.
Readers offer their insights and experiences to today’s college students and educators.
The billionaire candidate couldn’t have created more perfect foils for a candidacy built on resentment.
After Charlotte passed a city ordinance barring discrimination and creating transgender accommodation for bathroom use, Republicans in the state legislature swung into action.
Citing her paid side gigs and the horrific brutality by campus cops that marred her tenure, they make as strong a case as campus protesters anywhere in the nation.
Student activists demand millions to reshape their institution and punish faculty members who violate ‘social justice’ taboos.
Blacks are far less likely than whites to think children of color are given the same chances in life as their peers.
People support expanding pre-school for kids, but when it comes to free, public higher education, opinions split along more familiar political lines.
A recurring falsehood in the ongoing debate about campus culture, politics, and policy
Melissa Click is the latest in a long line of people to be punished not just for their own transgressions, but for the problems they’ve come to symbolize.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are vying for the support of young minority voters in the final days ahead of the caucus.
The move caps a week in which he insulted lawmakers and then tried to play off his racist comments and support for the guillotine as ploys for attention.
President Obama’s budget includes a new $120 million grant to support school integration.
Many college leaders criticize the administration’s lack of two-way communication on key policy initiatives.
Younger voters—who care about issues such as college affordability and student debt—could be an important factor in Iowa’s caucuses.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will test using Medicaid data to automatically enroll eligible students.
In the Great Biscuit Rebellion of 1852, University of South Carolina students threatened to leave if their demands weren’t met––and the trustees let them go.
Dining-hall food might not be the most pressing injustice in the world—but students need space to experiment with activism.