Power, identity, and speech in the new American university
A documentary film-maker was disinvited from an academic conference because an organizer feared she would be subject to ideologically motivated reprisals for hosting him.
Dean of Students John Ellison gets an A for initiative, a B-minus for execution, and extra-credit for stoking a useful debate.
A new lawsuit takes aim at the Department of Education’s push to force colleges to decide cases based on “a preponderance of the evidence.”
Faculty at Pomona College have set new guidlines—but the students who pushed for the change don’t agree among themselves on their implications.
The move comes just days after the school demoted Starr, its president, and fired Art Briles, the football coach, over how sexual-assault complaints were handled.
Nicholas and Erika Christakis stepped down from their positions in residential life months after student activists called for their dismissal over a Halloween kerfuffle.
The rise of illiberal norms and the weakening of free speech continues to undermine the very causes valued by the American left.
College students are being told that “we cannot look at the world and say it is messed up and fix it without working on ourselves.” That is exactly the wrong advice to give them.
Two scholars discuss the ups and downs of life as a right-leaning professor.
Linda Katehi has been put on paid leave for 90 days while investigators probe allegations of nepotism, conflicts of interest, and squandering public money on PR.
Why a high school senior feels alienated from activist groups that share causes in which he believes.
Students working to force the resignation of UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi to resign face critics using the language of social justice to attack them.
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."
Activists were cleared from a building by officials who claimed that they were making university employees feel scared.
Public schools in the United States aren’t teaching students how to engage diverse opinions.
Princeton’s board of trustees votes to retain Woodrow Wilson’s name on buildings and programs.
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.
An undergraduate and staff writer at The Atlantic exchange contrasting perspectives on the protests that roiled the campus last fall.
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.