Adam SabesAssistant Editor
Adam Sabes is the Assistant Editor reporting on liberal bias and abuse on campus for Campus Reform. Adam was previously the Mississippi Senior Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform.
Adam Sabes is the Assistant Editor reporting on liberal bias and abuse on campus for Campus Reform. Adam was previously the Mississippi Senior Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform.
"Years of research"
"People report on one another...for a number of personal reasons"
"Let me be clear: This is anti-Semitism"
Is it really about the students?
Did she already have her mind made up?
What would MLK say?
That's very specific...
Here's what to expect...
"will not pass First Amendment muster"
She probably didn't expect these to come out...
She told us she'd see us in hell...
What does that even mean?
"College Republicans across America stand firmly against the global BDS campaign..."
"You are not welcome"
"the regular anti-Zionist crowd..."
"there is no two-sided conversation to be had..."
This video is something else...
"A tremendous disservice"
Here's how it all transpired...
Should they have apologized?
Will it make a difference?
He spoke with Campus Reform one-on-one...
One conservative student weighs in...
Then administrators got wind of it...
Here's what that means....
"this is not something the United States taxpayers should be involved in"
Would your costume pass the test?
Could be expelled...
They wouldn't stay quiet...
What's going on here?
"only further proves the presence of political biases..."
Followed by QUITE the backtrack
Can they do that?
"a serious problem"
Look what he allegedly said
Here are the numbers...
"raises serious First Amendment concerns”
Who wants to tell her?
You be the judge...
"disappointed but not surprised..."
Is this a little much?
Students will study "resistance" movements
How will this pan out?
"Crucial in creating racial equity"
"we hope that this lawsuit will be a wakeup call..."
"Americans should be concerned..."
Right after liberals threatened to boycott his business
Will more states follow?
He's not playing around
One school is NOT backing down
Tuition money well-spent?
Some agreement, but also some pushback...
What will they find?
A glimpse of 2020....
Dem Governor was having NONE of it
Is this Trump's fault too?
How will this fare?
Not even hiding its partisan stance
Meet a victim of PC culture
Just look at how he spun this
The College Republicans pres has a thing or two to get off his chest...
"It's now law in Texas"
Is your senator one of them?
But it's not over yet
How many others will sell their soul?
See how they compare to Americans as a whole
You don't see this often
Appropriate use of taxpayer money?
Take a look at these numbers...
They really let loose...
In California? What a shock
"Thankfully, the university quickly fixed its policy..."
"one of the strongest in the nation..."
“Anti-Semitism is rising across the board..."
"This is totally unacceptable!”
Not the first time they've complained...
On the heels of Georgetown students approving reparations...
Pro-Israel groups are upset...
"Otherwise, students will continue to think they can get away with this..."
"The term 'Becky' is a racial slur"
"they simply did not follow their own laws..."
"We will not be stepping down..."
“Student protest is protected by our support for free speech, but disruption is not.”
"Tolerance is a two-way street."
But the school might not be on board...
"There have been allegations..."
"I think there’s quite a bit of pandering"
"concern for the particular type of American patriotism..."
Here's what she's teaching...
“The University should not be able to tell students where they can and cannot engage in speech"
Here's what has to happen first...
"It comes as no surprise..."
"This bill is costly, dangerous, and misguided"
Will it pass?
Not believing in white privilege = "fake facts"?
"a demonstration of ignorance"
Average of $15,000 per year
“The Plight of Undocumented Youth in the Trump Era"
The university is investigating.
“I personally have been directly targeted..."
This actually happened...
UM prohibits harassment on the basis of “political ideas"
Since when is more knowledge a bad thing?
Some BIG names here
It's not the first time.
Will the Supreme Court weigh in?
National security at stake?
“We at UGA are better than this.”
Pronouns apparently don't count as free speech...
Part of a broader trend...
Here are the details...
Here's what the university is saying...
As if they needed help.
It's not cheap.
“Microaggressions can have a macro [e]ffect..."
“Students will be required to supplement their classwork with a more experientially-oriented activist project..."
Here’s a roundup of the top nine...
"irresponsible and inappropriate of him"
"[They] are genuinely surprised when told that these kinds of comments may create a wider divide”
"The honesty was amazing"
"It looks like policy. It is NOT policy."
"Institutions have a responsibility not only to promote a lively and fearless freedom of debate...but also to protect that freedom..."
"We will not rest..."
"Ridiculous façade of an excuse"
He contrasted the protests at UNC with the uprising experienced at his own former institution, Evergreen State.
“So what happens the next time..."
"Students and faculty members should feel freer..."
“Our students are entitled to receive their grades in a timely manner."
"Those are all entirely subjective terms."
"We have nothing to lose but our chains."
“This type of speech and behavior has no place in our community."
"It would not be wise."
"I will admit some classes seem a little odd..."
“We would like to request that Student Government take the initiative on researching the precedent for a public university having policies in which university police is not allowed to call ICE."
“This display has been vandalized every single year..."
"If we were using a dartboard analogy, it hit the wall and fell to the floor.”
“If you do not feel comfortable..."
“The goal...is to help educators recognize and disrupt systems of oppression by helping to foster and create equitable learning environments."
"Tolerance is a two-way street."
"[T]he email...may have suggested that UofL was taking sides on political issues.”
"[C]hallenging white people...to check their own white [privilege]..."
"[To] better create a respectful and inclusive campus for all..."
"[A]n aspect of our more generalized commitment to the principle of academic freedom."
"[T]he past legislative session witnessed an extensive debate..."
"Don't just interrupt a senator's meal..."
"Don't let [them] forget about this."
"This letter...is not about partisan politics."
"[S]tudents have pointed out that this rhetoric has no place in an educational environment..."
"Speech is protected for you, too.”
"[T]his bill is not necessary."
“The safety and lives of minority communities [are] in harm’s way."
“If you are on campus, meet on the Drill Field at noon."
"...through various campaigns, outreach, and representation."
"The policy very clearly threatens student privacy and free speech rights."
"[A]nother costly program meant to combat racism is just not necessary."
“Symbolic issues like these have always and will always play a critical role in whether marginalized students and people feel welcome, included, and connected to their community.”
“Bottom line: Protesting is fine, disrupting others’ free speech is not."
The lawsuit...accused MSU of violating his free speech rights, due process and equal protection.
A professor teaching a class on terrorism at The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-M) included a 20-day module on “Jihad,” which drew criticism from students at the school...
The University of Minnesota is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the school of "banishing" Ben Shapiro to "an inadequate venue."
The University of California Student Workers Union has reached a contract agreement with the UC system, but the union is not calling it a victory.
Judges have handed losses to professors attempting to eliminate campus carry in both Texas and Georgia.
A pro-Israel group is calling on Columbia University to discipline an Iranian Studies professor for a series of anti-Semitic social media posts.
Several professors accuse Evergreen State College of manipulating a report on last year's violent protests to deflect blame for the crisis.
Democrat students at Dartmouth College are much less likely to date, befriend, or even study with someone who has differing political beliefs, according to a recent survey.
Evergreen State College is eliminating dozens of staff positions as it struggles to cope with plummeting enrollment.
Kent State University recently explained that state law made it impossible to stop a recent graduate from posing for photos on campus with her AR-10.
Following the Santa Fe High School shooting, a professor at Virginia Tech tweeted that the National Rifle Association is a “terrorist organization.”
The University of Michigan is vowing to fight back against a lawsuit claiming its harassment and “bias” policies stifle free expression on campus.
A professor at CSU-East Bay displays signs on her office window declaring that “Republicans are heartless a**holes” and “F**k the A**hole in Chief.”
SUNY Oswego is profusely apologizing after an employee threatened to punish a student for expressing her views on liberal intolerance.
The Student Counseling Center at Texas Tech is giving out tips on “living in a traumatic world” that can “feel complex, overwhelming, and even scary.”
Evergreen State College is preparing to cut $5.9 million from its budget in response to rapidly declining enrollment following last year's protests.
Georgia has become the ninth state in the country to pass campus free speech legislation, and Louisiana might not be far behind.
Colorado Mesa University has overruled faculty members who told a student that her graduation speech must be “free of any one religious slant.”
An Iranian Studies professor posted a tweet this week blaming Israel for “every dirty treacherous ugly and pernicious act happening in the world.”
The SJP chapter at Swarthmore College created a “mock apartheid wall” after the college rejected its demand for a campus-wide ban on Sabra hummus.
A graduate student union is demanding that STEM workers “refuse employment” in the military, and that 90 percent of all military spending be reallocated to “social justice” efforts.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania is refusing to ban conservative “hate groups,” which students demanded last month during statewide protests.
The UC-Berkeley student government has rescinded a proposal that would have reallocated all College Republicans funding to the Black Student Union.
In the wake of two racially charged incidents, students are calling on Duke to create "a standardized set of consequences" for acts of hate and bias.
Swarthmore College has rejected student demands that it stop selling Sabra hummus on campus because of the company’s ties to Israel.
Students at Duke University are criticizing a school official for declining to punish "hate speech" following two racially-charged incidents.
A UC-Berkeley Student Senator proposed that all student government funding for the College Republicans be reallocated to the Black Student Union.
Colorado State University students are demanding the removal of their TPUSA chapter, saying its actions “directly encourage White Supremacy on campus.”
Faculty members are blasting Purdue for “yielding to pressure from...outside media groups” by imposing oversight on its embattled Online Writing Lab.
Duke University students interrupted their president’s alumni weekend speech to demand that he leave the stage and address their list of grievances.
California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) students are demanding that all cultural student groups receive an increase in funding—except those with “Zionist ideology.”
The dean of the CUNY School of Law is defending student protesters who disrupted a speaking event by aggressively heckling a conservative professor.
A conservative law professor was heckled during a speech at the CUNY School of Law by students calling him a "racist" for supporting free speech.
Student demonstrators at colleges across Pennsylvania are demanding that their schools cut funding to “hate groups."
Two Texas lawmakers are urging the state’s public universities to “consider terminating” their relationship with China-linked Confucius Institutes.
The Student Senate at Texas A&M University has passed a resolution supporting free speech zones that are designed to “allow protests” on campus.
Students at Swarthmore College are calling for their president to take Sabra Hummus out of campus stores, citing the company’s ties to Israel.
A professor is calling her university's recent assurance that “Zionists are welcome” on campus a “declaration of war."
Purdue University has taken editorial control of its online writing guide in response to controversy over a "biased language" primer.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County has created a new “resource for parents” to help them with “talking to kids about whiteness.”
Three University of Miami departments have agreed to cover the security fees for an upcoming Charles Murray event.
Michigan lawmakers want to amend the state's Constitution to give the Legislature control over protecting free speech on college campuses.
Florida passed a massive higher education bill which eliminates so-called “free speech zones,” pending Governor Rick Scott’s signature.
Democrats in the Iowa Senate argue that a proposed free speech bill would create “legalized” discrimination.
The University of Miami says it will no longer require a conservative student group to pay a $7,646 security fee for an upcoming Charles Murray event.
Purdue University has revised a popular online writing guide that has been criticized for stating that words with “man” in them “should be avoided.”
A Florida bill to curb the heckler's veto and ban free speech zones on college campuses cleared a major hurdle Wednesday despite a previous setback.
An Iowa lawmaker wants to make it illegal for colleges to revoke the status of belief-based student organizations that require members to endorse beliefs.
A widely-used online writing and grammar guide suggests that students find alternatives to "sexist" words like “mankind” and “mailman.”
UC-Berkeley is planning to allocate $800,000 toward financial aid, much of which will go to “undocumented” students on campus.
The University of Nebraska approved a new freedom of expression policy after a campus incident sparked national outrage.
Students at Brown University reacted to an appearance by Guy Benson with an open letter saying support or free speech is "explicitly dangerous."
Six SDSU student senators are protesting a resolution denouncing a bill in the state legislature intended to protect free speech on college campuses.
UCLA charges students a quarterly “Social Justice” fee that provides more than $2 million annually for social justice programming.
A Columbia University professor claims the Women’s March movement has become “deeply infiltrated” by “Zionists,” whom he called “master thieves.”
The Governor of Nebraska has revoked honorary "admiralships" from two UNL instructors who harassed a conservative student on campus.
The President of Nebraska’s branch of the AAUP resigned amid pressure to support a controversial lecturer who harassed conservative students on campus.
A university syllabus asserted that President Trump was elected by “appealing to hatred and bigotry,” even labeling him a “white supremacist.”
Students at a community college in Washington state will soon be required to complete a diversity-related course in order to graduate.
Kellogg Community College has agreed to pay $55,000 to settle a lawsuit from two students who were arrested for handing out Constitutions on campus.
Four California residents recently sued UC-Berkeley and the surrounding city for failing to protect them during the Milo Yiannopoulos riots last year.
An advisor for Georgetown University has resigned after eliciting criticism for a tweet in which he wished for Allie Stuckey to have a “#metoo moment.”
A Georgetown University Master of Foreign Service advisory board member tweeted Saturday that he wishes Allie Stuckey has a “#metoo moment.”
The Miami Dolphins recently announced a new social justice-themed scholarship that will cover four years of tuition for one annual recipient.
A South Dakota state representative has introduced legislation to forbid public universities from restricting any lawful form of expression on campus.
A Nebraska state senator has introduced legislation to protect student journalists and their faculty advisors against retaliation from administrators.
The University of Oregon (UO) is hosting an “Allyship Symposium” for students later this month discussing the question “What’s Up With Whiteness?”
A Nebraska state lawmaker has introduced legislation requiring a policy guaranteeing the right to free speech on all public college campuses.
Less than two weeks after resigning from Drexel , the infamous “white genocide” professor has landed a gig as a “visiting scholar” at NYU.
Florida is set to become the 21st state to consider legislation intended to guarantee free speech on public university campuses.
The presidents of 13 San Antonio colleges recently declared that “hate speech” and “inappropriate messages” should not be treated as free speech.
A resource guide at Bard College encourages students, faculty, staff, and visitors, to avoid using “gender binary” language.
The UNC Board of Governors adopted a systemwide free speech policy Friday that imposes consequences on those who resort to the “heckler’s veto.”
The UMD Senate voted to lower the standard of evidence in misconduct hearings to a “preponderance of the evidence” and limit the role of attorneys.
The University of Illinois system released a new set of guiding principles Friday designed to protect free speech from the “heckler’s veto.”
Rutgers University is taking disciplinary action against a professor who made aggressively anti-Semitic social media posts.
A Virginia Tech professor declared on Twitter Monday that “the modern GOP is nothing but white supremacy."
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln insists it is not hostile to conservatives, but Democrats dominate the faculties of its major academic departments.
A pro-Palestine group accused a pro-Israel counterpart of “racist harassment” for challenging anti-Semitism in the UW-Madison student government.
The federal government has awarded more than $13 million in grants this year for a program intended to promote diversity in the nursing field.
A UW-Madison student government committee ruffled conservative feathers with a recent statement criticizing a recent appearance by Jordan Peterson.
Liberal students at Tufts University are pressuring the student government to deny funding for the College Republicans to host Ben Shapiro on campus.
Three University of Oregon professors say the school's president "endangered" student activists by chastising them for a recent disruptive protest.
A professor at a prestigious university says “frustration” led him to tweet that the GOP and NRA "want mass shootings" after the Texas church shooting.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is pushing back against the insinuation that it is hostile to conservative students.
Three Nebraska State Senators are demanding to know whether UNL is "hostile to conservative students" after professors harassed a student on campus.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick recently ordered the Texas Senate to study threats to free speech on college campuses before the next legislative session.
Rutgers University students are calling on the school to take action against a professor who allegedly made overtly anti-Semitic comments on social media.
A Rutgers University professor is facing backlash over a series of aggressively anti-Semitic posts on his Facebook account.
Hampshire College cancelled classes Tuesday for students to attend a diversity conference on “anti-racism” and “social justice.”
"Requiring six hours of additional training is a lot for a senator."
A major benefactor claims that the University of Montana’s Dean of Journalism objected to a speaker based on opposition to his conservative views.
The only University of Wisconsin Regent to vote against a new free speech policy is speaking out against what he sees as a Republican vendetta.
The President of William & Mary reprimanded protesters who shut down a recent ACLU event, promising “disciplinary consequences” for future disruptions.
The UC-Berkeley student newspaper is taking a shrill stance punishing disruptive protesters, arguing that “heckling itself is a form of free speech.”
A Republican state representative was prevented from speaking Monday by aggressive student protesters at Texas Southern University.
The University of Wisconsin system’s Board of Regents will vote Friday on a policy that would punish students who deliberately disrupt free speech.
A professor from Ithaca College argues that the song “God Bless America” should not be played at sporting events because it is a “warmongering song.”
The DOJ has filed a brief in support of a student’s lawsuit accusing Georgia Gwinnett College of preventing him from discussing his religious beliefs on campus.
A member of the Black Student Union at UC-Berkeley recently penned an op-ed complaining that she felt “violated” by Ben Shapiro’s appearance on campus.
A UC-Berkeley professor recently called Ben Shapiro a “racist, sexist, misogynist jerk” who poses a “threat” to the campus community.
UC-Berkeley professors are cancelling classes so that students can boycott the “free speech week” of conservative speakers.
The professor who said he would be okay with Betsy DeVos being sexually assaulted has now resigned from his position at Austin Community College.
California lawmakers recently announced an agreement to provide $30 million for DACA recipients, including $10 million in financial aid for college.
A community college professor said he would be fine with Betsy DeVos being sexually assaulted after she announced plans to revise guidance on Title IX.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has "reassigned" a lecturer who harassed a student who was recruiting for the school’s TPUSA chapter.
A Democratic Member of Congress from Maryland says he is planning to introduce legislation requiring public colleges to crack down on "hate speech."
Ohio lawmakers are planning to introduce a campus free speech bill to guarantee broad First Amendment protections at public colleges and universities.
A "Social Justice Collective" newsletter displayed at a Colorado university declares that veterans should be banned from all four-year universities.
A group of University of Colorado Regents is attempting to introduce a “civic literacy” requirement to teach students about the Constitution.
A group of white girls caused a stir at Howard University recently, attracting scorn for wearing “Make America Great Again” hats to the campus.
A BSU professor is facing backlash over an op-ed expressing concerns about the erosion of parental rights with regard to children’s gender identity.
A private investigator hired by Regis University has cleared a conservative student of all charges related to a “Social Justice Bake Sale” in March.
UW-Madison is spending $272,000 on a new diversity training “requirement” for new students, but insists that participation is not “mandatory.”
Fresno State is sidelining a professor until his contract runs out after he made national headlines for tweeting that President Trump “must hang.”
Keith Fink, the conservative UCLA professor who was recently ousted after locking horns with the administration, has filed a grievance with his union.
Conservative students say UCF's newly-appointed “Diversity Chair” has a history of hostility toward Donald Trump supporters.
The University of Michigan is looking for someone to clamp down on “students of concern” and “enact cultural appropriation prevention initiatives.”
Spelman College recently launched a $100,000 scholarship fund for “self-identified LGBTQ advocates.”
WSU is paying students who know “how power, privilege, oppression operates” $11 per hour to “promote equity and advance social justice.”
The UC-Berkeley student government wants to eliminate a training program for campus police officers, claiming it encourages "militarized" policing.
UC-Berkeley is adding “laser hair removal” and “fertility preservation” to the transgender services covered by its student health insurance plan.
The Texas A&M University College of Dentistry recently received a $3.5 million federal grant to “advance diversity in faculty and students."
Wright State University has received a "Diversity and Inclusion" award for its annual “Tunnel of Oppression” event.
Vanderbilt University is hosting a series of “Inclusive Excellence” workshops this month focusing on “Everyday Bias” and “Unconscious Bias.”
The Evergreen State College Board of Trustees received a tongue lashing from embattled professor Bret Weinstein while discussing the recent unrest on campus.
A theological seminary is urging people to examine their privilege by trying on a pair of “White Privilege Glasses.”
Whitman College hosts an annual social justice conference, cancelling classes to allow students to learn about "daddy issues" and "meat" as a social justice topic.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by three Texas professors seeking to overturn the state's campus carry law.
A “privilege checklist” provided by MIT asks students to acknowledge that being unaware of their privilege is itself a form of privilege.
UNC students marched through campus Friday to demand the removal of a Wendy’s restaurant because the company does not pay fees to labor activists.
Illegal immigrants will continue to receive in-state tuition at Arizona’s public universities, at least until the state’s Supreme Court addresses a recent decision banning the practice.
University of Maryland campus police had to investigate discarded plastic wrap Tuesday after receiving a report about a “possible hate-bias” incident.
The University of South Dakota has removed speech guidelines from its website that aim to “limit feelings of hatred” on social media.
California’s attorney general recently banned public colleges from travelling to four additional states due to their alleged anti-LGBT policies.
UDel has unequivocally condemned the professor who recently declared that Otto Warmbier “got exactly what he deserved.”
An Occidental College professor wants fraternities abolished because “they are designed to hoard power and influence specifically for wealthy white men.”
Rowan University is advising students and professors to "call out" those who endorse concepts like "color blindness" and "meritocracy."
The president of Evergreen State College has rebuked student protesters for shutting down a professor's classes, but not for holding admins hostage.
"If you can't express your views at colleges, that is troubling."
"[He] has highlighted some of the ways that liberal racism functions."
LSU students are rallying around their “Tigers” mascot after an online petition called it a “symbol of white oppression” and demanded its replacement.
UCLA students held a rally last week to support popular conservative professor Keith Fink in his ongoing fight against administrative censorship.
An online petition is demanding that LSU change its “Tigers” mascot, calling it "the most prominent Confederate symbol" in the country.
The University of Illinois has rescinded a speaking invitation to Nobel Laureate James Watson, who has ruffled feathers with past comments about race.
When a Dartmouth student asked Linda Sarsour about a tweet calling for genital mutilation of her opponents, she mocked him for being a “young white man.”
DePaul University is hiking student fees to finance a scholarship fund for illegal immigrant students.
A student government resolution condemning anti-Semitism has been vetoed despite passing without a single dissenting vote.
Chapman University's student government has become the latest to adopt the State Department definition of anti-Semitism.
"[Conservatives] ask good questions."
The UW-Madison student government is demanding “community control” of campus police to counter the alleged “implicit bias” within the department.
A high school YAF chapter was verbally harassed and intimidated during an “Affirmative Action Bake Sale” just outside campus at UT-Austin.
Nearly half of self-identified Democratic students at Dartmouth College would be uncomfortable with a conservative roommate, according to a recent survey.
UW-LaCrosse students protesting the cancellation of a Hmong heritage course due to low enrollment scoffed at plans to open the class to all students.
An atheist group is condemning Ole Miss for allowing its football coaches to make “overtly religious” statements on social media.
A Fresno State University professor who recently tweeted about executing Republicans has followed up by suggesting that Donald Trump should be sentenced to death.
A group of “Concerned Students” at Luther College is demanding 19 social justice initiatives, including a free shuttle to take students to mosque.
The “Jewish Privilege” posters that appeared at UIC last month didn’t even use accurate statistics, according to the group whose research they cited.
A new report reveals that Ivy League universities are raking in billions in tax breaks on their endowments, bolstering GOP efforts at reform.
California legislators want to make public colleges and universities tuition-free by creating a special tax on the state’s remaining millionaires.
Rice University will no longer refer to the heads of residential colleges as “Masters” because of the term’s association with slavery.
Anti-Semitic flyers appeared at the University of Illinois at Chicago declaring that “Ending white privilege...starts with ending Jewish privilege.”
Oberlin College is hosting a "Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon" for students to combat the website’s alleged “gender gap” by revising articles on art and feminism.
A Yale law professor told UVM students last week that the “fake news” phenomenon pales in comparison to the "lies" of the Trump administration.
Mississippi lawmakers want to offer two of the state’s public universities a generous tax exemption, if only they agree to fly the state flag on campus.
Mississippi lawmakers are moving forward with legislation that would effectively ban “sanctuary campus” policies.