Thirty years after college eliminated official Greek life, and amid national debate over sexual assault, officials vow to shut down underground system.
One college is trying to make it collegial; others are trying to target low performers. Is there a way to make the process meaningful, fair and attractive to faculty?
Despite the uptick of institutions banning selfies at graduation, the state of the selfie in higher education is strong.
Facing overdoses and regional scourges, campuses start to see that substance abuse problems don’t just revolve around alcohol and marijuana.
Five private colleges go to Arizona seeking students. So far, most are disappointed.
Pitzer's decision to divest some -- but not yet all -- of its fossil fuel holdings challenges assumptions about colleges' obligation to grow their endowment funds.
Complaint charges that Education Department is looking the other way on report of mass violation of the rights of female college athletes.
A series of deaths and injuries in which students fell from buildings has some colleges rethinking policies.
Maryland fires off letters to large and small distance education providers alike in an attempt to find out who's teaching students in the state. Is this quality control or protectionism?
While dozens of liberal arts colleges are banking on plans to grow, a Vermont institution doesn't think that's realistic, and has developed a path to preserve itself by getting smaller.
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