Students at Carnegie Mellon University are protesting the data-mining firm Palantir’s scholarships for women and people of color by creating their own scholarships
Maintenance staff, clerical workers and students at the liberal arts college have ignited the latest campus movement against surveillance technology. But the university says they have nothing to worry about.
The university underemployed more than 1,000 students—primarily undergraduates in computer science and engineering—in order to avoid paying union benefits, UAW Local 2865 says.
Protests erupted at the University of Chicago this week over a fund that students can use to pay for abortions.
How NFL protests mirror Berkeley’s 1960s Free Speech Movement
The controversial speaker visited Columbia and it was... fine?