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Latest Campus Reform Items
A psychology class at Ohio State University implied in an online survey that atheists are just naturally more intelligent than Christians — and at least one student said it's an outrage.
An Army veteran attending University of Wyoming was told that as a senator in its student government he should not say the Pledge of Allegiance before meetings. The reason: It might offend international students.
A professor at New Hampshire's Granite State College said he helped craft the nation's Common Core standards because of unearned white "privilege."
The University of South Carolina Upstate (USCU) is closing The Center for Women's and Gender Studies (CWGS) and using the saving to teach future students about the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and Federalist Papers.
Students at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota cancelled a "Hump Day" party last week featuring a live camel following complaints that the event could be viewed as offensive to Middle Eastern cultures.
Seeking to quell a mounting controversy, East Carolina University officials announced Tuesday that there would be no limits on religious references at its graduation ceremonies after a chemistry professor told his students that they were not allowed to thank God for earning their diplomas.
An English professor who told his students that Republicans want to shut down colleges apologized Tuesday after a recording of the lecture was posted on the conservative website Campus Reform.
This year's Democratic commencement speakers outnumber their Republicans counterparts by more than 2 to 1, according to a survey by Campus Reform.
Western Washington University is concerned that there are too many white students on its campus and is seeking help to rectify the situation.