In Louisiana and on their own campuses, black students are galvanized, and some colleges add education for those preparing to protest.
Wisconsin-Madison criticized for using financial aid data for political purposes -- but officials say concerns only distract attention from a big budget impasse.
As part of their sustainability initiatives, colleges are buying locally grown fare and marking it on the menu.
A series of focus groups finds that today's college students are involved in civic activism but distrustful of the political system's polarization and opacity.
Columbia undergraduates are protesting, among other issues, administration's response to recent campus hate incidents; UMass Amherst group is upset at college costs and more.
We come from old Virginia,Where all is bright and gay.NOT GAY!
Carnegie Mellon's "Campus Conversations" are premised on the idea of polling, not by phone, but after informed discussion and debate. The "deliberative polling" model is spreading.
Obama, Giuliani have support of 18-24 year olds, who also like idea of a major third-party candidate, twice-yearly survey from Harvard's Institute of Politics shows.
Uproar over two Penn State students dressed as Virginia Tech shooting victims leads to public displays of remorse -- and an unusual request from the administration.
Two curricular trends, when joined, can produce a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts, proponents say.
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