College Athletes Demand NCAA Pull Championships From States With Anti-Trans Sports Legislation

Nearly 550 collegiate athletes from across the nation signed onto a letter sent to the NCAA on Wednesday demanding that the association stop holding championships and events in states that have [...]

College Students Hold Statewide Day Of Action To Stop Line 3

By Priscilla Trinh, Popular Resistance. -

Minnesota - Today, hundreds of Minnesota college and university students are staging demonstrations on their campuses to raise awareness of the Line 3 pipeline, and to call on their institutions [...]

Students At Fordham University Fight For Their Right To Support Palestine

By Alex Kane, +972 Magazine. -

Veer Shetty wants what hundreds of other college students have: a school club that speaks out for Palestine on campus.  Shetty grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with a close Palestinian friend [...]

Study Finds Increase In Anti-Zionism At US Universities

By Middle East Monitor. -

The past few years have witnessed a significant rise in anti-Zionism across colleges and universities in the United States, a new study has found. Professor of Political Science at the Maxwell [...]

Fences, Protesters Return To Berkeley’s People’s Park

By Don Ford, CBS SF Bay Area. -

Fences and protesters on Monday again returned to People’s Park, a famous site of resistance on the UC Berkeley campus, as the campus again mulls possible student housing on the site. It was [...]

Students Continue To Pressure Northwestern University To Abolish The Police

By Binah Schatsky, Daily Northwestern. -

After several months of continuous pressure on Northwestern administration to abolish University Police and divest from policing and other militarized entities, NUCNC is continuing their work [...]

Strikes Loom For Public Schools

By Jaisal Noor, The Real News. -

Across the country, a growing number of students, teachers, and parents are resisting pressure to return to the classroom before all teachers and students are vaccinated—and in Baltimore, [...]

UF Students Announce Boycott Against Aramark

By Juliana Ferrie, Alligator.org. -

Four organizations are taking a stand against UF’s official food service provider to protest its use of prison labor.  The Gainesville Chapter of the Dream Defenders, UF NAACP, the UF Black [...]

‘When You Come To School, You Forfeit Your Rights’

By Courtney Napier, Scalawag Magazine. -

Yakob Lemma and classmate Victoria Smith were just seven months into their freshman year at Enloe High School, a high-performing magnet known for its racial and socioeconomic diversity in [...]

Lessons From A Decade Of Student Activism In The UK

By Hector Rios-Jara, ROAR Magazine. -

Ten years ago, tens of thousands of students flooded the streets of London protesting against fees, cuts and demanding free public education in the biggest student demonstration in British [...]

University Of Michigan Strike Showed The Power Of Student Organizing

By Kalena Thomhave and Matt Sehrsweeney, Waging Nonviolence.  -

As the winter university semester is set to begin, the coronavirus is surging. The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, like many universities reliant on tuition dollars, tried to reopen in [...]

Victories For Palestine Continued On US Campuses In 2020

By Nada Elia, Mondoweiss. -

Despite the challenges of online/remote learning, campus activism has not stopped over the past year. National Students for Justice in Palestine (NSJP) is currently planning their 2021 [...]

How Our Biggest ISPs Are Failing Students During COVID-19

By Brandon Forester, Tech Dirt. -

Early in the pandemic, one of our MediaJustice Network members reached out to us in hopes we could support a group of high school students in Baltimore who were trying to amplify their campaign. [...]

Manchester’s Student Revolt

By Sarah Cundy, Tribune Magazine. -

Students ‌at University of Manchester ‌have‌ ‌been‌ ‌treated‌ ‌with‌ ‌contempt‌ ‌by‌ ‌management.‌ ‌Like‌ ‌those ‌across‌ ‌the‌ ‌country,‌ ‌we‌ ‌were‌ ‌lured‌ ‌back‌ ‌to‌ campus ‌on‌ ‌the‌ [...]

At North Carolina Colleges, ‘Safe Jobs Save Lives’

By Calvin Deutschbein, Workers World. -

The UNC-Chapel Hill administration’s communications team finally acknowledged the spread of infection half an hour later and issued a campus alert.  The administrators had spent months [...]