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Feds to spend nearly $50K to study college sexting

“The project will address how sexting and problematic alcohol use together increase the risk for risky sexual behavior and sexual assault among college woman."

Nicole Poole Mar 16, 2015 at
2:03 PM EDT

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Dem representative thinks climate scientists are getting funds from fossil fuel interests

“I know with complete certainty that this investigation is a politically-motivated 'witch hunt' designed to intimidate me (and others) and to smear my name.”

Caitlin Grimes Mar 11, 2015 at
9:39 AM EDT

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VIDEO: Students at Iowa State don't know what women's suffrage is

Jake Dagel, Iowa field coordinator for Turning Point USA, asked students at Iowa State University to sign a petition requesting their university and state to end women’s suffrage.

Diana Stancy Mar 10, 2015 at
2:30 PM EDT

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Report: Man solicits donations for ISIS at Harvard

The man hasn’t been seen since Tuesday, but Harvard University police are continuing investigations.

Nicole Poole Mar 06, 2015 at
6:08 PM EDT

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Univ. of Texas cancer center: concealed carry would hurt cancer research

"Allowing guns on campus would increase violence overall, and this is not limited to ‘lawless behavior.'"

Bethany Salgado Mar 05, 2015 at
12:05 PM EDT

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Christian college under fire for having Christian beliefs

A private college in South Carolina is under attack for publishing a statement about its Christian values and views on homosexuality.

Katherine Grise Mar 03, 2015 at
9:19 AM EDT

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UMass-Amherst bans guests for St. Patrick’s Day

One student told Campus Reform anonymously that he planned to still help his friends attend Blarney by setting them up in a local hotel.

Nick Pappas Feb 26, 2015 at
4:57 PM EDT

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Jesuit college to host 'queer prom'

The controversy on campus, however, is focused on the ID requirements to enter the event rather than the exclusive nature of the event itself.

Alison Kudlick Feb 19, 2015 at
4:11 PM EDT

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Seattle high school's graduation goes gender neutral

“Our traditional ceremony is wonderful and beautiful and formal, and it will continue to be that. It will just take a different shape.”

Gabriella Morrongiello Feb 18, 2015 at
5:14 PM EDT

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Indiana students throw 'condom fashion show' for Valentine's Day

The fashion show’s design team picks the event’s participants and gives them 250 condoms. From there, it’s up to the designers—some of whom use models in the show while others parade around themselves—to envision and create the outfits.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Feb 18, 2015 at
11:13 AM EDT

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Ohio State study finds science bias in liberals and conservatives

Public consensus holds that conservatives are guilty of ignoring science when it suits their political agenda. However, a new study from Ohio State University (OSU) suggests that liberals can also be biased against science that doesn’t align with their political agenda.

Megan Holstein Feb 12, 2015 at
10:16 AM EDT

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Michigan Review editor talks 'inclusive language' with Fox & Friends

"I think its absurd, it’s not so much regulatory, its meant to be a program that is educating, but the university should not be telling students what they can say."

Nicole Poole Feb 11, 2015 at
3:44 PM EDT

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UC students vote to divest from Israel, U.S.

"This might sound really harsh, but I really want us in the audience to check our privilege because I feel like what I saw this morning really reflects economic inequities. Just the ability to mobilize so many students with T-shirts and banners."

Gabriel Nadales Feb 11, 2015 at
3:16 PM EDT

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High schooler wants to create naked bronze statues of Bill Cosby

"I want people to see what Cosby is really like. I gave him a creepy look because he is a creepy guy. I was a big Fat Albert fan until I found out how he really was."

Nicole Poole Feb 11, 2015 at
11:56 AM EDT

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Textbook: Marx is ‘foundation for defining power,' white men have privilege in workforce

“One unearned advantage in society is found in hiring into the occupational structure; for many jobs, white males gain easier access than say, minority females. This preserves white male privilege in job opportunities.”

Katherine Grise Feb 11, 2015 at
9:29 AM EDT

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App rewards students with food for staying off phone

The app, named Pocket Points, enables professors to track how long a student’s phone has been locked. For every twenty minutes a student’s phone is locked, they are awarded one point. Students can use their accumulated points for discounted food at participating shops both on and off campus.

Nicole Poole Feb 09, 2015 at
2:07 PM EDT

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GMU students have no idea who Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger are

The Media Research Center’s Dan Joseph trolled the George Mason campus to find out what students truly know about music legends such as Paul McCartney, Bob Dole and Mick Jagger.  

Nicole Poole Feb 06, 2015 at
11:59 AM EDT

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Boa constrictor escapes from college lab

Most people lose something throughout the day like car keys or their cell phone, but students at Castleton State College lost something much larger: a four foot-long Brazilian rainbow boa constrictor. 

Nicole Poole Feb 05, 2015 at
2:45 PM EDT

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Students assigned to erect new porn genre at Carnegie Mellon, grades based on arousal

A new course at Carnegie Mellon's School of Art is requiring students create a new genre of pornography or sexual fetish and will be graded on the basis of arousal.

Caleb Bonham Jan 29, 2015 at
4:48 PM EDT

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Millennials march for life in D.C.

Thousands of pro-lifers protested in Washington, D.C. last week at the March for Life, but when scanning the crowd, it is obvious that Millennials are now at the forefront of the abortion fight.

Nicole Poole Jan 26, 2015 at
4:46 PM EDT

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Catholic university invited MSNBC host who thanked God for abortion to speak

Loyola University in Chicago invited MSNBC host Touré Neblett, who openly thanked God for abortion, to speak at its MLK Day celebrations on Wednesday.

Maggie Lit Jan 22, 2015 at
4:38 PM EDT

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Students for Life says it has 600 more campus groups than Planned Parenthood

Students for Life of America, the nation’s largest, most active youth pro-life organization, claims it has over 600 more groups on college campuses than its Planned Parenthood counterpart.

Maggie Lit Jan 21, 2015 at
1:56 PM EDT

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Profs argue MLK would embrace Ferguson protests

Two college professors have argued that Civil Rights icon Martin Luther King, Jr. would condone the violent and destructive Ferguson protests and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Maggie Lit Jan 20, 2015 at
3:01 PM EDT

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UNC Student: Watching football is 'violent'

According to Umesh, tuning in to Sunday Night Football aggravates Americans’ “large appetite for violence and displays of male dominance” and it’s important for us to question whether that appetite “must be satiated at the expense of women, the LGBT community and men of color.”

Gabriella Morongiello Jan 20, 2015 at
9:46 AM EDT

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Ethics lecturer claims goal of religious fundamentalists is sexual oppression

A guest lecturer at the University of New Mexico called “sexual oppression” a “goal” of religious people during an ethics presentation to pharmacy doctorate students.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jan 15, 2015 at
4:38 PM EDT

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STUDY: female political science profs more likely than men to get accolades

However, the authors of the study claim that women in political science may be hurting themselves by teaching so well. According to study, the more women are honored for their teaching, the more it benefits their students, but not necessarily their research.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jan 14, 2015 at
10:48 AM EDT

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Oregon, Ohio State students celebrate National Championship with bongs and booze

Jimmy Kimmel had a unique way of encouraging students to display school pride.

Maggie Lit Jan 12, 2015 at
12:43 PM EDT

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Campus Reform's Caleb Bonham Talks About Obama's #FreeCommunityCollege plan on Fox News

Campus Reform's Caleb Bonham joins Fox and Friends to debate President Obama's plan for #FreeCommunityCollege.

Sterling Beard Jan 12, 2015 at
11:33 AM EDT

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Campus Reform's Caleb Bonham recaps 2014 on Fox News

Campus Reform's Editor-in-Chief Caleb Bonham joined Fox & Friends this morning to recap stories of liberal bias and abuse from 2014.

Sterling Beard Dec 30, 2014 at
3:57 PM EDT

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Students campaign for moose mascot over 'anti-Native' Lord Jeffs

“We didn’t choose the moose, the moose chose us,” say students at a top liberal arts school in Massachusetts.

Yvonne Dean-Bailey Dec 16, 2014 at
4:31 PM EDT

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Calif. college settles student lawsuit, will comply with First Amendment

Citrus College is forced to comply with the First Amendment and make all public spaces free speech areas after a settling a recent lawsuit.

Gabriel Nadales Dec 12, 2014 at
10:40 AM EDT

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VIDEO: Israeli student stabbed in synagogue

"While we are very pained by everything that has unfolded, we are very grateful to the police for their quick response and are working closely with the authorities in their ongoing investigation.”

Maggie Lit Dec 09, 2014 at
12:41 PM EDT

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Fewer than 20 students considered ‘college ready’ in N.J. district

Only 19 kids are considered “college ready” after taking the SAT in one New Jersey district.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Dec 04, 2014 at
11:32 AM EDT

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Bill Cosby resigns from Temple Univ.'s board

Comedian Bill Cosby resigned from Temple University’s Board of Trustees on Monday, claiming his resignation was “in the best interest of the university and students.”

Allison Maass Dec 03, 2014 at
3:03 PM EDT

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Clemson Athletic Department considering implement student tax

Clemson University's Athletic Department is thinking about implementing a student tax as a supplement to its annual budget.  

Miller Thompson Nov 28, 2014 at
12:27 PM EDT

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George Washington University prof. becomes lead attorney in GOP’s lawsuit against Obama

George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley accepted a position Monday that is sure to land his name in the textbooks of future law students.

Gabriella Morrongiello Nov 25, 2014 at
5:40 PM EDT

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Progressive college defunds liberal lobbying group for first time in history

Students at Macalester College voted to end the school’s contract with a progressive lobbying group, that received direct funding through student fees.

Maggie Lit Nov 20, 2014 at
5:05 PM EDT

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College pays students for getting a 'C' in math

A Florida community college is trying to inspire students to finish their degree by doling out up to $1,800 in cash to students who make a C or higher in three semesters of math courses.

Lauren Cooley Nov 13, 2014 at
9:39 AM EDT

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Harvard photographs thousands of students for study without permission

Just because technology can be used to answer a question, doesn’t mean that it should be.”

Yvonne Dean-Bailey Nov 08, 2014 at
11:51 AM EDT

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VIDEO: Students explain Republican takeover of the Senate

The 2014 midterm elections went better for Republicans than they had dared hope, as the GOP captured seven Senate seats to gain a 52-43 majority over the Democrats.

Maggie Lit Nov 07, 2014 at
4:49 PM EDT

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Pro-Palestinian student group planned to disrupt Jewish events

These campaigns have resulted in dozens of Jewish and pro-Israel students’ events being disrupted and Jewish and pro-Israel students feeling harassed, intimidated, and stripped of their constitutionally-protected freedom of expression and association."

Maggie Lit Nov 07, 2014 at
1:14 PM EDT

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Catholic University criticized for not providing free contraceptives to students

A student group that has been anonymously dropping condoms around a Catholic university campus, has come forward with a petition demanding the university allow for free contraception and condom distributions around campus.

Maggie Lit Nov 06, 2014 at
1:45 PM EDT

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Samantha Reinis Oct 31, 2014 at
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Ivy league university offers course in ‘Wasting Time on the Internet’

"We spend our lives in front of screens, mostly wasting time: checking social media, watching cat videos, chatting, and shopping," the UPenn course description reads. "What if these activities—clicking, SMSing, status-updating, and random surfing—were used as raw material for creating compelling and emotional works of literature?"

Caleb Bonham Oct 29, 2014 at
8:06 AM EDT

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Professor screens anti-Koch Brothers film, says success is about race

A University of St. Thomas (UST) professor told students they have a social responsibility to help people if they have more money or knowledge, and they should feel guilty if they do not.

Allison Maass Oct 28, 2014 at
1:36 PM EDT

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Universities respond to Ebola with travel restrictions, quarantines

Universities throughout the U.S. are erring on the side of caution when it comes to Ebola-outbreak prevention efforts.

Maggie Lit Oct 22, 2014 at
9:41 AM EDT

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Public university offers 'breakup training'

A SUNY school is teaching students how to properly end a relationship as part of an initiative begun this year in response an increase in Title IX reports dealings with post-breakup harassment.

Maggie Lit Oct 20, 2014 at
9:28 AM EDT

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South Carolina holds Garden of Eden-themed drag show

The University of South Carolina (USC) recently held its annual “Ms. Gaymecock Pageant” where students competed for the title of best amateur drag queen and a guaranteed spot in USC’s biggest drag show, The Birdcage.

Lauren Cooley Oct 17, 2014 at
3:39 PM EDT

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LGBT activists attack county's partnership with Christian school

LGBTQ activists are demanding that a county in California cut ties with a Christian university over its views on homosexuality and gay marriage.

Maggie Lit Oct 17, 2014 at
11:42 AM EDT

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University to spend $400K to move tree less than 100 yards

Environmental Design, a company based in Texas that specializes in the transportation and replanting of large trees, is tasked with removing the legacy oak. UM spokesman Rick Fitzgerald said consultants estimate that the tree has a 70 to 80 percent chance of surviving the transplant.

Maggie Lit Oct 15, 2014 at
10:24 AM EDT

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