Colleges nationwide have seen a surge in white supremacist propaganda showing up on campuses, but most of that activity has not involved in-person appearances. Rather, various groups appear to be putting up posters and distributing hateful literature in the night without identifying themselves.

But in the last week, Colorado State University and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville have been debating responses to white nationalists who have appeared on campus or plan to do so….

Read more in Inside Higher Ed.