An ad hoc committee at the University of Missouri has concluded that the school could have avoided its still-reverberating nationwide humiliation stemming from last semester's eruption of Black Lives Matter protests if officials would have enforced a policy that has been in existence for decades.
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Avast! You just can't be too safe these days, maties, which is why officials at a rural Michigan high school locked down the campus because a former student showed up dressed as a pirate and wielding a plastic sword.
The tiny, utterly pointless chapter of the International Youth and Students for Social Equality at California Polytechnic State University is a microcosm of the embarrassing futility America's socialists face as they promote their untenable revolution and the oddly unpleasant utopia which would result.
A middle school in a quiet, leafy Washington, D.C. suburb sent half a dozen students to the hospital last week after the youngsters consumed unknown quantities of "purple drank."
In his commencement address at the flagship campus of Rutgers University on Sunday, President Barack Obama strongly condemned the far-left students and professors who protested former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's planned commencement speech in 2014.
This month, President Barack Obama officially became the U.S. president to have been at war the longest --- longer than Lyndon Johnson, longer than Abraham Lincoln and certainly longer than George W. Bush.
Spring is in the air, America, and college commencement season is upon us.
Speaking at Northeastern University commencement ceremonies on Friday morning, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry advised newly-minted graduates that the world is on its way to becoming "borderless" and that the critical issues of our time are terrorism, poverty and, of course, climate change.
A study of 30 years' worth of data has concluded that no link exists between mobile phones and brain cancers.
A high-level administrator at the University of Denver issued a stern warning on Thursday advising all 12,000 students not to wear fake mustaches on Cinco de Mayo.
The principal at a taxpayer-funded Florida high school has canceled the school's annual powder-puff football game --- a 50-year tradition in which the senior girls take on the junior girls in a rollicking game of full-contact, tackle football.
Officials at a public elementary school in Columbia, S.C. have scuttled an annual father-daughter dance because a handful of parents complained that the event is not sufficiently "inclusive."
Officials at taxpayer-funded Virginia Tech have disinvited Jason Riley from speaking on campus because they fear "protests from the looney left."
A quartet of students at taxpayer-funded San Francisco State University who call themselves the "Third World Liberation Front 2016" have gone on a hunger strike this week until. They have vowed not to eat until administrators provide the school's College of Ethnic Studies with $8 million in funding.
The three black University of Albany students who alleged that they were victims of a race-based hate crime on a public bus back in January have now been officially indicted themselves.
GLAAD --- the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation --- is pitching a fit this week because, the group says, big-budget Hollywood films don't include enough gay, lesbian and transgender characters.
The Washington Post is encouraging the children of ordinary, workadaddy Americans to slack off for a year after graduating from high school because first daughter Malia Obama has decided to take a 14-month vacation before enrolling at fancypants Harvard University.
At his final White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday, President Barack Obama appeared to soak up the rousing rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" -- eyes closed, standing tall and a gentle look of happiness splayed across his face.
The latest economic casualty in Venezuela under its perpetual Bolivarian socialist revolution is beer.
Tiger nuts are the latest craze among paleo dieters and health food companies have seized on the small root vegetables -- which come from the underground stem of the Cyperus esculentus plant -- as the latest "superfood."