Updated: Thursday, May 10, 2018, 8:20 a.m. EDT: The Yale Daily News has identified the white grad student who called the cops on a black classmate as Sarah Braasch.
Given what we know about John Edgar Rust, it’s fair to call him a racist. The 26-year-old convicted sex offender admitted in a Virginia court on Tuesday that he was responsible for threatening Howard University students online with violent, racist messages in 2015.
An Oregon State University student government representative is facing felony hate crime charges after he allegedly put racist bumper stickers—that included a racial slur—on cars in Corvallis, Ore., last year.
You might remember Alyssa Parker. She’s the Buena Vista University cheerleader who took a stand for racial injustice and quit her cheerleading squad after the school issued a policy mandating that players and cheerleaders stand during the national anthem.
Two Framingham State University students are terrified after a racial slur was found scrawled with permanent marker on their dorm-room door over the weekend.
Editor’s note: Once a month, this column will tackle broader questions about what the country should do to increase educational opportunities for black youths.
Another day, another white college student caught in blackface on social media.
The College at Brockport, State University of New York, has launched an investigation after someone wrote “N—gers deserve to die” on a whiteboard in a college dorm earlier this week, WHAM reports.
The American University in Washington, D.C., is investigating two white male freshmen after a black female student reported that a banana was thrown through her dorm-room door earlier this month, the Washington Post reports.