Students Call on Harvard to Ban Trump Officials from Speaking, Holding Positions on Campus

In an open letter circulating online for signatures, students write to President Lawrence Bacow and Harvard University deans and leadership.

USC Professor Who Used Chinese Word That Sounds Like English Slur ‘Not Dismissed Nor Suspended,’ Admin Says

USC’s Marshall School of Business’ dean is on the defensive after receiving widespread backlash for his handling of the incident.

USC Professor Placed on Leave after Black Students Complained His Pronunciation of a Chinese Word Affected Their Mental Health

Greg Patton, a professor at the university’s Marshall School of Business, was giving a lecture about the use of “filler

American University Administrators Must Step Up to Fight Beijing’s Authoritarian Influence

The CCP seeks to make American campuses less conducive to open inquiry, and more dangerous for students and professors. It

Justice Department Finds Yale Admissions Illegally Discriminated Against Asian American and White Applicants

The department ordered Yale to immediately halt its use of race or national origin in its admissions process.

At Converse College, One Professor Asserts His Conscience against Political Correctness

Refusing to be a party to Converse’s indictment of America as systemically racist, Jeff Poelvoorde dared it to do him

Trump Admin. Plans to Expel Grad Students Affiliated with China’s Military

The proposed expulsion would affect roughly 3,000 individuals, a small percentage of the 360,000 Chinese students currently in the U.S.

Reconsidering Decades of Western Outreach to China

Western institutions assumed that cross-cultural exposure would loosen the Chinese regime’s grip. But the risks of such exposure are just

Coronavirus Is No Excuse to Delay the Education Department’s New Title IX Regulations

Those making this argument are taking advantage of a crisis to try to keep due process out of college campuses.