{FD} Fired white police officer who killed unarmed black motorist to receive over $300G in back pay

A white police officer who was fired after he shot and killed an unarmed black motorist will receive more than $300,000 in back pay from the University of Cincinnati, the school said Thursday.

{FD} Hundreds protest college’s proposal to drop humanities for more practical majors

Hundreds protested at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campus Wednesday over a proposed realignment to the school’s majors — dropping the humanities for an emphasis on more practical courses of study to lead students to sustainable futures.

{FD} College student reinstated after 18-day exile from Christianity class for gender speech

Lake Ingle, a religious studies major at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, was kicked out of Christianity class earlier this month for saying there are only two genders. He is now allowed back in.

{FD} Pennsylvania college student reported missing in Bermuda, coach hopes for ‘safe return’

Authorities on the British island territory of Bermuda are searching for a 19-year-old college student from Pennsylvania who was last seen at a bar around midnight Sunday.

{FD} ESPN among ‘worst offenders in the nation’ regarding sexual misconduct, ex-governor says

A former Republican governor of Michigan took ESPN to task Saturday during a fiery exchange with a reporter for the liberal-leaning sports network over recent sexual misconduct allegations involving Michigan State University.

{FD} First Florida bridge collapse victim identified as FIU student, 18

The first victim identified in the Florida bridge collapse that killed six people on Thursday was an 18-year-old Florida International University student deemed an “awesome person” by friends.

{FD} Berkeley Antifa backer raises $85G after fawning media attention

A Berkeley, Calif., activist who expressed support for Antifa and was charged last summer with vandalizing people’s property with hateful graffiti has raised more than $85,000 after media reports about his tough living conditions.