Massachusetts institution adds a religious exemption to its rule barring face-obscuring head coverings.
U. of Oregon considers forcing a pro-Nazi, anti-Semitic group's meetings out of the campus student union.
Amid recession, incoming students find field of study less appealing than ever, according to national survey.
A student-led course on how to properly slaughter, clean and dress a chicken goes awry.
Survey of U. of California students shows emphasis on socializing, leisure that may change with recession.
Michigan's Jackson Community College thinks its black male students may be their own best motivators.
U. of Indianapolis encourages students to exercise, and eat well, with a new set of courses.
Colleges take steps to accommodate growing numbers of students with food allergies.
Despite warnings urging them to stay home, college students plan trips to earthquake-damaged Haiti.
Even as Asian-American enrollments grow at leading American universities, relatively little in-depth work has been done that focuses on growing subgroups of those students. The Intimate University: Korean-American Students and the Problems of Segregation, recently published by Duke University Press, is an attempt to remedy that.
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