After Charlottesville, Colleges Vow to Do Something. But What?

Universities are grappling with a dramatic spike in white supremacist activity on their campuses, forcing them to weigh competing priorities: safety, free speech and diversity.

Rammed by Car in Charlottesville, but Seeing a Sign of Hope

Two black sisters were admiring a counterdemonstration — “so many white people, more than our race,” one said — when a car drove into the crowd and smashed into their Camry.

After Charlottesville Violence, Colleges Brace for More Clashes

By DANA GOLDSTEIN August 16, 2017 After a planned speech in February by the right-wing writer Milo Yiannopoulos attracted demonstrators who started fires and shattered windows, the University of California, Berkeley realized it had a major hole in its event...

Far Right Plans Its Next Moves With a New Energy

By ALAN FEUER August 14, 2017 The white supremacists and right-wing extremists who came together over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va., are now headed home, many of them ready and energized, they said, to set their sights on bigger prizes. Some were...

Far-Right Groups Blaze Into National View in Charlottesville

By RICHARD FAUSSET and ALAN FEUER August 13, 2017 It was a deadly weekend of rage-fueled street battles. And after the violent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Va., leaders of white nationalist groups claimed success. “It was a huge moral...