A student at Park City High School in Park City, Utah, has admitted to releasing pepper spray inside a lecture hall last month in an attempt to prevent the school’s Turning Point USA student group from hosting an event. The student said that he released the dangerous chemicals because he did not feel that the TPUSA event would be a “safe thing” to have at the school.
A study by the National Association of Scholars revealed that at least 75 American colleges have black-only graduation ceremonies and 43 percent of surveyed colleges offer segregated residential halls.
New reports claim that college admissions scam mastermind William “Rick” Singer told white students to lie about their race on their college applications.
Socialist leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has backed suggestions that the UK should pay reparations to former colonies of the British Empire.
California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom joined with Planned Parenthood supporters Saturday to condemn legislation that severely restricts abortion in an increasing number of states.
Far-left actor Jim Carrey used Twitter to promote his latest violently graphic artwork over the weekend, depicting Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey as a fetus being sucked into a tube.
The 23-year career of a family doctor hangs in the balance after he reportedly asked a Muslim woman to remove a veil covering her mouth so that he could better understand what she was saying about the condition of her ill child.
Pop icon Elton John has defended actor Taron Egerton over claims a gay man should have played him in the upcoming biopic “Rocketman,” dismissing the criticism as “bullsh*t.”
Snapchat’s new gender-changing filter that allows people to view themselves as the opposite sex has offended some members of the transgender community, who argue that their struggle with transitioning is being downplayed by the filter, as it allows users to swap-genders for their own amusement.
A Labour peer and former MP who campaigns for women’s rights has quit the party after he was suspended for sharing an “unacceptable” tweet branded “transphobic” by activists.
Polling revealed that about 60 percent of male managers are “too nervous” to interact with women in many professional settings.
The founder of the Blexit movement, Candace Owens, was suspended on Facebook after posting about “liberal supremacists” and statistics regarding poverty rates in fatherless homes. The social media giant restored Owens’ account several hours later after Breitbart News requested comment, claiming it had “made a mistake.”
Students who take the SAT college entrance exam will now be assigned an “adversity score” to inform schools of their social and economic background, including the crime rate in their neighborhoods and the poverty levels of their high schools, says the College Board.
A student at San Diego State University published an op-ed in the student newspaper arguing that “toxic masculinity” does not exist. His piece earned the scorn of the campus community, which compared it to the writings of “school shooters.”
A new poll reveals that female students are more likely than male students to think it is acceptable to shout down or “deplatform” controversial campus speakers.
The Catholic University of America in Washington DC has announced a decision to install a filter that will block pornography on the campus internet system.
The president of Family Research Council said Thursday morning at a press conference on Capitol Hill the Democrats’ Equality Act (H.R. 5) is “an egregious attack” on religious liberty with an “Orwellian reach” from which no faith organization will be able to escape.
The House Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties is holding a hearing on Wednesday on the Trump administration’s collection of hate crime stats.
Seven Johns Hopkins students were arrested over their month-long sit-in protest in the campus’ main administrative building. The students reportedly chained doors shut and covered windows, causing administrative offices to be temporarily relocated. Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby says that all charge will be dropped.
The president of Swarthmore College announced over the weekend that it would be disbanding all Greek life organizations on campus.
Lawmakers in New York City will hold a hearing Wednesday on a measure that would ban the sale of nearly all new fur products.
Harvard Law School alumnus Kaveh Sharooz condemned Harvard for firing Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. for representing Harvard Weinstein in an op-ed for Quillette.
The communist regime controlling Cuba announced a “rally for inclusion and respect for diversity” Monday after near-universal condemnation of the use of state violence to shut down an LGBT pride parade in Havana.
Cuba’s communist regime sent police to beat and violently haul away some of the estimated 300 people congregating in Havana Saturday for an “illegal” gay pride march, organized after the regime canceled the annual Castro-led “conga against homophobia.”
A mural of George Washington may be destroyed in response to a protest effort by students who claim that the artwork “traumatizes them.” Now an alumni group is fighting back in support of the murals, which they call “unusually progressive for their time.”
The University of Iowa will spend $2.8 million on diversity programming in 2019 alone, including $1.95 million to pay the salaries of 32 diversity staffers.
EU nations must “empower” children to participate in “decision-making and policy development” at national and European level, according to a declaration adopted by the bloc this week.