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Lawsuits accuse USC of covering up doc's sex abuse 'for decades'

By Chris Perez

The University of Southern California was hit with multiple lawsuits on Monday — claiming it failed to address complaints about a campus gynecologist who was allegedly preying on female students “for decades.”

Yale being probed by DOE, accused of 'toxic environment against men'

By Caleb Parke

The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) is investigating Yale University after a male student from another school filed a Title IX complaint in February, accusing the Ivy League institution of a “toxic environment against men.”

Yale plays hardball with Jack Montague, expelled hoops star, as reverse discrimination lawsuit continues

By Caleb Parke

Former Yale University basketball star Jack Montague is continuing his fight to finish his degree at the Ivy League school after a Title IX sexual misconduct complaint that he says got him “wrongfully and improperly” expelled.

Columbia professor under fire for blaming Israel for every problem 'in the world'

By Caleb Parke

A tenured Columbia University professor of Iranian studies is under fire for a controversial tweetstorm following President Trump’s announcement the United States pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal.

University of Michigan sued for speech codes called 'un-American'

By Caleb Parke

A free speech group filed a lawsuit against the University of Michigan for its unconstitutional, controversial “bias response team” and “speech codes” that encourage students to report their peers.

Ivy League senior presents her thesis in bra, underwear to fight 'oppressive beliefs'

By Caleb Parke

A Cornell University senior delivered her honors thesis after stripping down to her bra and underwear in front of her teacher and classmates -- at least two dozen of whom also undressed -- in a bid to "stand against oppressive beliefs and discrimination," Campus Reform reported Tuesday.