Juan Cole's appointment in Middle Eastern studies apparently killed -- despite backing at departmental level and following intense media campaign.
Web journals seek to enhance communication between advisers and advisees.
Professor starts blog to examine institutional review boards and how, in his eyes, they hamstring the humanities.
Reporter ejected from game for crime of online reporting -- does First Amendment have a college sports exemption?
Researchers find that college media outlets lag behind industry in adjusting to journalism's changing climate.
Web site devoted to scrutiny of former leader of College of Southern Nevada is shut down there and (temporarily) at his new institution.
At Web 2.0 conference, participants delve into academic blogs (are they worthwhile or a waste of time?) and Second Life (is it worthwhile or a waste of bandwidth?).
Have you heard the one about the psychology chair who won't hire Republicans? As it turns out...
P.Z. Myers -- defender of evolution -- stages "great desecration," leading to demands for his firing. U. of Minnesota at Morris refuses to do so, but cuts link to his Web site.
Yeshiva U. was proud of its non-traditional recruit to head its honors program -- until debate about the mission emerged and his anonymous blog was discovered.
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