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Trump signs executive order to promote free speech on college campuses

By Adam Shaw

President Trump on Thursday signed an executive order to promote free speech on college campuses by threatening colleges with the loss of federal research funding if they do not protect those rights. 

Trump signs executive order to promote free speech on college campuses

By Adam Shaw

President Trump on Thursday signed an executive order to promote free speech on college campuses by threatening colleges with the loss of federal research funding if they do not protect those rights. 

Sarah Lawrence professor says college abandoned him to fight alone after protesters targeted him

By Frank Miles

A politics professor whose op-ed in The New York Times in October helped spark protests among liberal students at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, N.Y., now claims the college and faculty have left him to fight the backlash alone.

AP, HBO, NBC could be next outlets sued over coverage of Covington Catholic student: co-counsel

By Liam Quinn

NBC, AP, HBO could be the next three outlets to be sued over their handling of Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann, his co-counsel has told Fox News.

College cheating scandal should make blue-collar families absolutely furious

By Carol Roth

Like millions of other Americans who worked hard to get into college, I'm outraged by allegations that rich parents paid bribes to get their kids into elite universities.

Sarah Lawrence College students protest politics professor over conservative op-ed

By Frank Miles

Students at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, N.Y., are protesting a politics prof whose op-ed in The New York Times in October has struck them as excessively conservative, according to reports.

Elite college cheating scandal arrests 'the tip of the iceberg:' Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz

By Victor Garcia

Attorney and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said a nationwide college admission cheating scandal will go down as one of the “great scandals of the 21st Century” and that Tuesday’s news is just  the “tip of the iceberg.”

Some George Washington University students call Colonials moniker 'offensive,' push to change name

By Benno Kass

Some students at the Washington D.C. university are pushing to change the Colonials moniker, which for decades has been the name of the college’s sports teams and its health center.

Suspect in assault on conservative activist at UC Berkeley has history of legal trouble, attorney says

By Joseph Wulfsohn

The man accused of assaulting a conservative activist on the UC Berkeley campus last month has been the subject of a restraining order and has filed numerous restraining orders himself, attorney Harmeet Dhillon told Fox News on Wednesday.

Dad of Covington student Nick Sandmann backs Kentucky's anti-doxxing bill in emotional testimony

By Lukas Mikelionis

A Kentucky measure aimed at tackling “doxxing” – the intentional sharing of someone’s private information on the internet – passed a state Senate committee on Wednesday, with the father of a Covington Catholic High School student offering emotional testimony.

Dad of Covington student Nick Sandmann backs Kentucky's anti-doxxing bill in emotional testimony

By Lukas Mikelionis

A Kentucky measure aimed at tackling “doxxing” – the intentional sharing of someone’s private information on the internet – passed a state Senate committee on Wednesday, with the father of a Covington Catholic High School student offering emotional testimony.

Turning Point USA founder: Trump's free speech executive order promise is the moment we’ve been waiting for

By Charlie Kirk

During President Trump's two very candid, and almost completely unscripted hours, where the president just stood and talked to supporters, one of the most significant moments was when he brought Hayden Williams up onstage to discuss the recent violent assault he suffered at the University of California, Berkeley.

Washington Post publishes editor’s note on Covington controversy coverage

By Matt Richardson

Following the filing of a $250 million lawsuit against The Washington Post for its coverage of a Kentucky high school student’s confrontation with a veteran in front of the Lincoln Memorial in January, the newspaper on Friday issued an editor’s note admitting that subsequent information either contradicted or failed to confirm accounts relayed in their initial article.

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