The student who displayed the flag in the window of his dorm room is an African American.
In agreeing to the settlement, the university denied any wrongdoing in the case.
The Missouri State Pride Band played the song at the dedication of a public park where three Black men were lynched in 1906.
Faculty and staff will be required to participate in the online training program and pass a test to show that they have mastered the content.
The advent of Black History Month unfortunately often coincides with a rise in racial incidents on campus.
Someone defaced a photograph of a late African American Purdue faculty member with a racial slur.
The messages reportedly were written by members of the student group Youth for Western Civilization.
Two Black women report that they were subjected to racial slurs and had a glass bottle thrown at them by members of a fraternity.
The editorial board of the student newspaper issued a strongly worded apology for publishing the cartoon relating to the Trayvon Martin case.
The federal government and the university have resolved an investigation of racial harassment directed against African Americans on campus.
Two nooses were found on the campus of the University of West Florida in Pensacola. One was found last Saturday and a second noose was found on Monday.
According to police reports, Black students were taunted and were the targets of bottles thrown from the roof of a fraternity house.
According to his lawsuit, Dr. Christian Head was depicted as a gorilla being sodomized by his White superior in a slide shown at a presentation to the medical center staff.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission concluded that "race was a factor in the terms and conditions of employment and WSSU's decision to terminate her employment."
Fliers promoting White History Month were posted at Mercer University and vandals scrawled "White Power" outside the home of a Black basketball coach at Bowling Green State University.
It seems that each Halloween there are stories of college students dressing up in blackface to attend costume parties. This year is no exception.
An Obama campaign poster was burned at the rally and students reportedly shouted racial slurs. Two arrested were made on disorderly conduct charges.
A group of about 40 students threw bottles, set off fireworks, and yelled racial slurs to protest the president's reelection. The college's African American president called the offending students "knuckleheads" and "bad seeds."
A student at a lacrosse team party blackened her face as part of her Buckwheat costume. A photo of the student at the party was posted on the team's official webpage.
The incident prompted a Black student leader to write a letter to the editor of the student newspaper on campus saying that African American students on campus "experienced more pure, unadulterated racism in one semester" than in several previous years combined.
A member of the university's football team used a racial slur on Twitter when the NBC Television network preempted a football game to cover President Obama's speech at the memorial for victims of the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting.
In the satirical segment, viewers were asked to help identify students who "shouldn't be here and are only at the school because of affirmative action."
The co-chair of the committee formed to investigate the Election Night disturbance stated, "It wasn't a riot, but it was a painful, ugly night for many Ole Miss students."
In February, Black History Month posters in the college's Science Center were defaced with the word "Nigger." In a residence hall, the words "Whites Only" were written above a water fountain and "No Niggers" was written on a bathroom door.
A group calling itself the White Student Union has vowed to start unarmed patrols on the campus of Towson University in Maryland to combat "black on white" crime.
The number of hate crimes in the United States as reported in the new study by the Bureau of Justice Statistics is 25 to 40 times higher than the number of hate crimes reported in an annual summary published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
College officials stated that most of the incidents involved the writing or hateful messages or threats on message boards on the dormitory room doors of students.
Some members were shown lip syncing to a Justin Timberlake song. Then another member appears in blackface, supposedly playing hip-hop mogul Jay-Z.
The student government group developed a bias report protocol after several bias incidents occurred on campus. In one incident, racist graffiti was written on the poster of a Black student group.
A placard placed in front of a building on the campus of Purdue University was defaced with a racial slur.
The goal of the task force will be to undertake a review of issues related to cultural awareness and to make suggestions and recommendations on curricular and out-of-class climate changes that could enhance the environment for all students at the university.
The bridge, which spans railroad tracks, is routinely used by students as a kind of message board to convey sentiments to their peers. But last week someone painted racist comments on the span.
Black students at the University of Southern California claim that the Los Angeles Police Department exhibited racial bias when responding to noise complaints about end-of-the-semester parties held just off campus.
An African American student at the University of California at Irvine found a racist note in her backpack while she was in the science library on campus. The note read, "Go back 2 Africa, slave."
An African American mail carrier was asked to bring 79 packaging boxes to "Reggin Toggaf" (spelled backwards it's "Faggot Nigger") at a fraternity at the University of Chicago. The carrier made six or seven trips up the stairs to the fraternity carrying the boxes.
Christian Head, an African American professor of surgery claimed that he was intentionally degraded based on his race and that UCLA officials ignored blatant acts of racial discrimination directed against him.