Congressional panel examines obstacles to registration and other legal issues affecting college students who want to vote in national elections.
With veto of $5.4 million in funds for U. of California labor studies programs, Schwarzenegger issues latest salvo in long-running fight over research arm's perceived partisanship.
Following uproar, UT Austin suspends rule barring window decorations one day after students displaying signs faced punishment.
State's voters will decide whether to ease laws to allow universities to conduct more of the promising but controversial research on embryos.
A group of professors sign a petition supporting William Ayers, the former antiwar activist and Illinois-Chicago faculty member who has been thrust into the presidential campaign.
U. of Nebraska blocks visit by William Ayers, a professor McCain campaign can't stop talking about. University cites safety, but some are dubious and see threat to academic freedom.
President-elect has called for reform of loan programs, a tuition tax credit in exchange for service, new investments in research, and a broader concept of affirmative action.
With many on campuses flocking to the polls, some were frustrated by long lines and other voting obstacles.
How do academics respond to a unique, precedent-shattering election? Insist it was predicted by entirely ordinary models.
Colleges and universities will celebrate and observe the upcoming presidential inauguration -- on campus and in Washington.
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