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Judge tosses $23M lawsuit linked to Berkeley protest vs. Milo Yiannopoulos

By Bradford Betz

A federal judge on Friday dismissed most claims in a $23 million lawsuit brought by a woman who said she was pepper-sprayed last year during a violent protest at the University of California at Berkeley that lead to the cancellation of a speaking event with Milo Yiannopoulos.

Evergreen State apologizes for using taxpayer funds to protest family farm

By Caleb Parke

The president of Evergreen State College – the site of the controversial social justice-themed protests in 2017 – recently apologized for inappropriately using taxpayer-funded school resources to transport educators and students to protest a blueberry farm 178 miles away.

Ex-doctor faces death or life sentence for revenge killings

A former doctor found guilty of what prosecutors described as the revenge killing of four people connected to a Nebraska medical school where he once worked is facing life in prison or the death penalty.

WSU: Jason Gesser harassment probe found no violations

By NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS

Washington State University officials investigated allegations of sexual harassment against staff member and former football star Jason Gesser and found no violations of school policy, school President Kirk Schulz and Director of Athletics Pat Chun said Thursday.

Colleges should stop trying to 'protect' students from free speech in violation of the Constitution

By Rick Esenberg

Earlier this year, my colleagues and I won a case for John McAdams, a tenured political science professor at Marquette University, who the university attempted to fire for writing an accurate and civil blogpost – even though academic freedom was guaranteed in his contract.

Harvard's billion-dollar global farmland investments under fire from activists

By Caleb Parke

Harvard’s billion-dollar investment arm has come under fire for “land conflicts” and “environmental destruction” in developing countries spanning the globe, a damning new report has concluded.

Maryland gives students with no AC beds in lounges, ice pops

As temperatures soared this week, University of Maryland students who live in dorms without air conditioning sought refuge in air-conditioned lounges and multipurpose rooms as the school gave out ice pops.

College of the Ozarks, private Christian school, drops Nike over Kaepernick ad

By Samuel Chamberlain

A private Christian college in Missouri announced Wednesday that its athletic teams would no longer wear apparel manufactured by Nike after the sportswear giant tapped Colin Kaepernick as one of the faces of its 30th anniversary "Just Say No" campaign.

New Jersey college suspends all fraternities, sororities

A New Jersey university has indefinitely suspended all of it fraternities and sororities for what school officials say was an inadequate response to some "serious conduct violations."

San Diego area college evacuates after 'credible threat'

A threat from a student forced the evacuation Thursday of a community college south of San Diego with about 20,000 students and 1,000 staff members on its main campus and three nearby satellite campuses.

Plea deal made in Louisiana State University student death

Two young men have pleaded no contest to misdemeanor hazing in the drinking death of a Louisiana State University fraternity pledge whose blood alcohol level was more than six times the legal limit for driving.

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