Speaker at St. Thomas calls use of the pill "selfish," prompting some shocked students to walk out on their own graduation.
U.S. appeals court ruling narrows an exception giving them broad latitude in labor decisions governing "ministerial" employees.
Adjunct professor at Brigham Young loses his job for publicly contradicting views of church leaders.
Catholic university known for welcoming people of other faiths confronts Protestant divisions.
Federal panel reverses earlier ruling and upholds Gannon University's right under U.S. law to change a former minister's duties.
President who left in 1969 had been told by police that he had 24 hours to leave town or face arrest over abuse allegations.
A university defends decision to hire a vice president with sexual harassment charges (and a settled lawsuit) in his background.
New policy on speakers at Boston College leaves some students and professors afraid that certain views will be squelched.
Why are private colleges in New Hampshire, Ohio and Texas thinking of setting up shop outside Phoenix?
Christian college sues Pennsylvania for refusing to include jobs with religious requirements in state database.
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