A new Baptist college is planned for Vermont, by many measures the nation's least religious state.
Relatively few Christian colleges are still led by presidents who are also ministers. Two colleges recently hired their first leaders who haven't previously led a church.
The seminary at North Park University, a Christian college in Chicago, is encouraging its students to pursue business degrees in addition to their theological studies.
Evangelical college in Illinois says it covered emergency contraception -- which it considers tantamount to abortion -- inadvertently until uproar over federal birth control mandate began. But late change complicates its legal position.
Interfaith activists say some religious campuses are becoming more welcoming to atheist students, but there's still room for improvement.
Would students change sexual behavior if they had to pay more for birth control? The research says they would, but don't look for a wave of celibacy.
Professors at John Carroll University sign letter asking Jesuit university's president to "stand up to those who would play politics with women's health."
Gordon College's president, having been shaped by mentors during his own rise, is now using his office to pay it forward.
A gathering of presidents from more conservative Christian colleges discusses what to do about controversies surrounding gay and lesbian students.
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