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Instances of racism and bigotry have ignited protests at colleges across the United States, and social media has amplified the outcry.
After the football team added its clout to protests over racial issues, Timothy Wolfe announced that he was stepping down as president of the four-campus system, and the chancellor, R. Bowen Loftin, said he would move into another job.
Protesters at the University of Missouri blocked journalists from a campus quad. One faculty member demanded a reporter leave, yelling, “I need some muscle over here.”
Thirty-six hours after Tigers football players became involved in a dispute with the university system president, Timothy M. Wolfe, over the tepid response to racial incidents, Wolfe was history.
Code.org, the non-profit that is aiming to dramatically expand computer science education in the U.S. - especially among girls and minorities - is offering its third annual free tutorial in computer coding
The Phi Kappa Psi chapter at the University of Virginia filed a $25 million lawsuit Monday against Rolling Stone for the fraternity's portrayal in a 2014 story alleging that its members gang-raped a freshman in 2012.