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New York university replaces 'king' and 'queen' titles with trio of non-gender specific roles

By Caleb Parke

A public university in New York says it's ditching the traditional homecoming court titles and will instead crown three individuals, who may “identify as any gender,” in the name of diversity and inclusion.

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Harvard discrimination trial reveals Ivy League school's different SAT standards for Asian-Americans

By Caleb Parke

Harvard University uses different SAT score standards for prospective students based on factors such as race, a fact revealed in a lawsuit alleging the Ivy League school of discriminating against Asian-Americans in its admissions process, which the dean adamantly denies.

Hungary bans gender studies because it is 'an ideology not a science'

By Caleb Parke

Hungary’s populist government has banned gender studies degrees citing low enrollment numbers that waste taxpayer money and because it is “an ideology not a science.”

Hungary bans gender studies because it is 'an ideology not a science'

By Caleb Parke

Hungary’s populist government has banned gender studies degrees citing low enrollment numbers that waste taxpayer money and because it is “an ideology not a science.”

Rutgers apologizes for canceling alum speech after she was branded 'Islamophobe,' 'bigot'

By Caleb Parke

Lisa Daftari, a foreign policy expert and Rutgers University alum, became the latest victim of the politically correct Left after the school invited her to speak on “Radicalism on College Campuses.”

Rutgers apologizes for cancelling alum speech after she was branded 'Islamophobe,' 'bigot'

By Caleb Parke

Lisa Daftari, a foreign policy expert and Rutgers University alum, became the latest victim of the politically correct Left after the school invited her to speak on “Radicalism on College Campuses.”

Harvard University's high-stakes affirmative action case heads to federal court

By Caleb Parke

Harvard University is fighting accusations that the admissions racially discriminated against Asian-American students in a high-stakes affirmative action case in federal court on Monday.

Pro-life activist assaulted by abortion protester on campus

By Caleb Parke

Gabriela “Gabby” Skwarko, a student at Ryerson University in Ontario who works for the school’s Office of Social Innovation and is part of the Ryerson Reproductive Justice Collective, is seen in a video attacking two members of Toronto Against Abortion (TAA).

Pro-life activist assaulted by abortion protester on campus

By Caleb Parke

Gabriela “Gabby” Skwarko, a student at Ryerson University in Ontario who works for the school’s Office of Social Innovation and is part of the Ryerson Reproductive Justice Collective, is seen in a video attacking two members of Toronto Against Abortion (TAA).

Sister Jean wins 2018 Illinois Senior Hall of Fame award

Officials gathered to present Catholic nun and celebrated Loyola-Chicago basketball chaplain Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt with Illinois' 2018 Senior Hall of Fame award.

13 Dartmouth organizations face hazing allegations

A spike in reports of hazing at Dartmouth College has prompted the Ivy League school to hire an investigator to look at over a dozen organizations including fraternities and sororities.

UNC leader apologizes for school's history of slavery

By MARTHA WAGGONER

The chancellor of North Carolina's flagship public university apologized Friday for the school's history of slavery, adding that words alone are not enough to atone for using enslaved people to build and maintain the campus.

Legacy of Biosphere 2 lives on in singular research space

By ANITA SNOW

They lived for two years and 20 minutes under the glass of a miniature Earth, complete with an ocean, rain forest, desert, grasslands and mangroves.

ACLU represents black UMass employee in profiling case

The American Civil Liberties Union says it is representing a black employee of the University of Massachusetts who was reported to police while walking to work.

University of Iowa suspends 9 fraternities, citing alcohol

The University of Iowa has suspended nine fraternities for violating a moratorium on alcohol at fraternity and sorority parties.

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