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Racist College Campus Incident #30,042: Harvard Law School

Have you heard people saying that the racist incidents at the University of Missouri are just isolated

College Professors Suppressing 1st Amendment Rights RE Vaccine Safety

By Anne Dachel THE U. OF PITTSBURGH et al. SHOULD BE ASHAMED. This is crazy...a law professor and medical school professor join forces to call for end to any discussion of a link between vaccines and autism. CENSORSHIP. RETALIATION....

How to Movember: Bringing Your Dinky Lawyer Mustache to Work

It's the Ides of Movember and college campuses, corporate offices, and even law firms are filling up with the wispiest of brostaches. Movember, also known as No-Shave November, is the annual charity drive for men's health issues. It's the month where barefaced lads start growing facial hair and collecting......

For-Profit College Ordered To Pay Back $103 Million To Students

The nation’s second-largest for-profit college is forgiving $103 million worth of student loan debt. Education Management Corporation has settled a lawsuit that claimed it violated consumer protection laws. EDMC allegedly misled students...Show More Summary

Year in Architecture 2015: Vaulted Learning Environments

Academic building projects go to great heights at Syracuse University School of Law Library, Vaughn College Aeronautical Academic Library, Southern New Hampshire University Library Learning Commons, and more.

On Fox News, Dershowitz Rips 'Book Burners' — Anti-Free Speech College Students

On Friday's The Kelly File on Fox News Channel, Harvard Law's Alan Dershowitz blasted left-wing student activists over their chilling of free speech on many college campuses: "These are the same people who claim they're seeking diversity. Show More Summary

Third Missouri man charged for threats against college campus

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Amid threats, University of Missouri governing board appointed one of its first black law school graduates to be the university system's interim president

Why These 37 Colleges Haven’t Rescinded Bill Cosby’s Honorary Degrees

Bill Cosby has been the recipient of nearly 60 honorary degrees — everything from fine arts, music, education, and law — since his ascent into the world of comedy and acting in the 1960s. They are, like all honorary degrees, practically worthless. Even so, they do represent a public association... More »

Fox News: Where Protests Against Racial Discrimination Are Anarchy But Armed Protests Against Federal Law Are "Patriotic"

Fox News supports the right to protest, unless, it seems, the protesters are students of color shining a spotlight on incidents of racial injustice. Protests against racial discrimination on college campuses across the country are garnering...Show More Summary

Why We Should Retire the HBCU vs. PWI Debate

Recent events at University of Missouri have sparked national conversation and action in response to racism on college campuses. Previously, we saw UCLA Law and Harvard students express their distress, and now Twitter and Facebook users have created #BlackOnCampus to do the same. Show More Summary

What It Was Like to Witness Change on the University of Missouri Campus

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Mornings are usually pretty quiet on Carnahan Quad, the open field separating the Missouri School of Law and the Trulaske College of Business. Monday morning, the tiger statue at the south end of the quad watched as a crowd of hundreds roared. Show More Summary

The Wall Street Journal Praises For-Profit Colleges That Prey On Veterans

Federal law allows for-profit colleges to access more federal funding by enrolling large numbers of military veterans, despite evidence that many of these schools do not prepare their students for the job market. In recent years, predatory...Show More Summary

Kentucky remains college basketball royalty, but there are plenty of other bluebloods

It wasn't a law but it surely seemed like some kind of an unofficial mandate: last college basketball season, all general analysis, written or spoken, contained a reference, preferably with genuflection, to Kentucky. Therefore, the most exciting part of the coming season — unless you live in the...

Historic Resignation of University of Missouri President Sends A Signal to University Boards

I cannot recall an instance in the history of this country when a group of college athletes caused the resignation of a major university president. Nor do I recall any group students, be they prelaw, law school, med school or from any other discipline having that effect on the university. But [...]

On-Campus Stabbing Incident ‘Hero’ says it Changed His Mind on GUNS

The recent attacks on college campuses have reinforced the belief that if there will be attack, it will happen – and the laws surrounding the choice of weapons doesn’t seem

ASHE SCHOW: Video highlights lack of understanding of ‘yes means yes’ laws. In a new video, New …

ASHE SCHOW: Video highlights lack of understanding of ‘yes means yes’ laws. In a new video, New York college students demonstrate the difficulty of living under a “yes means yes” or “affirmative consent” policy. Shelby Emmett of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education asked students what they thought of the policy, and their responses […]

Forgotten war in Yemen takes its toll on civilians

The masked militants stormed the halls of the College of Education building at Yemen's Aden University, attacking staff members and posting stark warnings of consequences for failure to comply with Islamic law. "The Mujahideen brothers of the Islamic State hold you responsible for [this]," admonished...

“D.C. law student takes case against Md. gerrymandering to Supreme Court”

Bob Barnes for WaPo: Steve Shapiro recently pulled his first all-nighter in years. He worked until about 1 a.m. last month on an assignment for a class at American University’s Washington College of Law, where he is a first-semester 1L. … Continue reading ?

The 30 most successful Columbia alumni of all time

Columbia University is known for its top-ranking schools of law, business, and education — not to mention the undergraduate college itself. With so many prestigious programs, it's no surprise Columbia has produced a wide array of successful...Show More Summary

Bernie Sanders Urges End to Federal Marijuana Ban

Senator Sanders told an audience of college students that states should have the right to regulate marijuana the same way that state and local laws now govern sales of alcohol and tobacco.

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