More than 25,300 students had gunfire incidents on campus, 94 people were shot and 33 people were killed in 2018.
A handwritten letter and a note on a bathroom wall each threatened mass violence against the university.
Two schools have announced plans to target more white men.
Parents of students at a Cincinnati middle school were incensed by a letter sent home saying that Afros and dreadlocks would be banned from an upcoming winter concert, and that girls should visit a cosmetologist the night before the event.
At least 700 high school students have been arrested nationwide.
Half of U.S. high school students and teachers said they have little or no trust in the news media to report events accurately and without bias, a series of nationwide surveys found.
"They had stomach aches, they were nauseous, dizzy. One of them was all but passed out."
The children were waiting to cross a road when they were hit.
Many of the candidates thought the word meant the same as "significant."
"This doesn't happen in a vacuum. They're learning this behavior from someone else," Lemon said.
One professor said students with creative thinking, persistence and a "willingness to fight" were wanted.
"It's OK to like porn. It's OK to not like porn. And it's OK to be confused by porn. You are where you are, and you are who you are," the actress said.
The kidnappers said they will not release the students until they have achieved their separatist goals.
The process is called "picking flowers in foreign lands to make honey in China."
"We are investigating the matter, and discipline will be rendered as detailed in our district disciplinary policy."
Three police officers sustained injuries during the massive brawl.
He was given permission to paddle the students, but the mothers weren't happy with the bruises.
"I said, 'We should do something like Mario Kart. I don't think we should do this.'"
"I don't think we need the school to play matchmaker for a 10- to 14-year-old."
Over 400 Yale community members protested Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in Washington, D.C., on Monday, with 300 more students and alumni protesting on campus.
Nearly one-third of young Canadians reported having tried cannabis at least once, according to official 2015 data.
"This is NOT building a - "culture of caring" - this is building a culture of animosity, antagonism & hostility!"