{FD} Larry Nassar’s former boss, Michigan State Dean William Strampel, steps down

Michigan State University has now seen its first administrator resign since Larry Nassar was sentenced to 60 years in federal prison for child pornography charges and 10 counts of sexual assault.

{FD} Most bizarre college courses 2017: ‘Hooking up,’ ‘Queer Religion’ and ‘sexy’ vampires

Colleges nationwide are teaching students about tacos, hooking up and country music’s “homophobic and racist” message — but those are just a few examples, as classes such as “Queer Religion” and “Racial Capitalism” become the new norm.

{FD} University evicts Christian club over leadership faith requirement

A Christian student group is suing the University of Iowa for discrimination after they were booted off campus for requiring student leaders to embrace Christian religious beliefs — including a clause on sexual morality.

{FD} ‘Justice finally being served’: Charges dropped against Wintrich after ‘It’s OK To Be White’ speech chaos

Conservative commentator Lucian Wintrich had charges against him dropped for the chaos that ensued after his notes were stolen midway through his “It’s OK To Be White” speech at the University of Connecticut.

{FD} Hitler-themed homework upsets parents of Illinois middle school students

Parents at a middle school in Gurnee, Illinois are upset after their kids received a controversial Hitler-themed assignment.

{FD} Snowflakes at Christmas? Some universities offer no safe space for Santa – or Jesus

It’s that time of year again: when universities nationwide issue their guidelines to make their designated safe spaces as inclusive as possible during the Christmas season.

{FD} Larry Nassar, gymnastics doctor for Olympics and Michigan State University, sentenced for child ****

Larry Nassar — the disgraced ex-gymnastics doctor accused of assaulting more than 140 women and girls, including several Olympic stars — was sentenced Thursday to 60 years in federal prison on pornography charges.

{FD} Yale plays hardball with former hoops star it expelled in dubious rape case, report says

Former Yale University basketball star, Jack Montague, is getting help from unidentified alumni and former teammates to help cover legal costs from his fight to undo a Title IX sexual misconduct complaint that got him “wrongfully and improperly” expelled in 2016.

{FD} Not just Ivy League: Community colleges also violate students’ rights, expert says

Ivy League schools such as Columbia and Harvard, and coastal universities long seen as leftist bastions aren’t the only hotbeds of liberalism run amok. Community colleges throughout the nation face controversy, too – from instances of inflammatory tweets to accusations of racism.

{FD} Not just Ivy League: Community colleges violate students’ rights, too

Ivy League schools aren’t the only hotbeds of liberalism run amok. Community colleges throughout Middle America face controversy, too – from instances of inflammatory tweets to accusations of racism.

{FD} Linda Sarsour blames ‘Jewish media’ for her controversial reputation

Pro-Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour, sitting on an “Anti-Semitism and the Struggle for Justice” panel at New York City’s The New School, blamed the “Jewish media” for her controversial reputation.

{FD} ‘White Racism’ course at Florida university teaches that America is ‘white supremacist society’

A Florida university is teaching a “White Racism” class designed to show “the U.S. has been and remains a white supremacist society,” the course’s professor told Fox News.

{FD} ‘White Racism’ course at a Florida university claims America remains ‘white supremacist society’

A Florida university is teaching a “White Racism” class designed to show “the U.S. has been and remains a white supremacist society,” the course’s professor told Fox News.

{FD} Rutgers president says anti-Semitic remarks by professors protected by ‘academic freedom’

Rutgers University’s president is defending professors at the school who’ve been accused of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic remarks, arguing many of the controversial comments fall under “academic freedom.”

{FD} Accused ‘Make America Great Again’ hat thief could face jail time

A University of California, Riverside student could face jail time after she was seen in a now-viral video appearing to swipe a a “Make America Great Again” hat from a fellow Highlander.

{FD} New School under fire for putting Linda Sarsour on Anti-Semitism panel

A private university in New York City is hosting a panel on combating anti-Semitism — but there’s at least one glaring problem, according to critics: an avowed anti-Zionist protester is among the so-called experts.

{FD} Dartmouth College to host ‘What’s Up With White People?’ event

Are you “perplexed” by white people? Temple University sociologist Matt Wray may have the answers.

{FD} Wisconsin College Democrats leader resigns after ‘I f—ing hate white men’ tweet

A Wisconsin College Democrats leader — who had interned on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign — resigned Tuesday after tweeting “I f—ing hate white men.”

{FD} Ben Shapiro fires back at Tufts students who say his rhetoric puts them in ‘danger’

Tufts University is the latest front in the war over Ben Shapiro, the conservative commentator who’s suddenly become a controversial campus invite, with liberal students at the Massachusetts college saying Shapiro’s mere presence puts them in “tangible amounts of danger.”

{FD} Pro-life student group wins settlement after professor tries to kick away chalk messages

A California professor who is seen on video trying to censor pro-life students drawing with sidewalk chalk has been ordered to undergo First Amendment training and pay $17,000 as a result of a district court settlement.