Foundation unveils different approach to grouping colleges -- but don't look for who is No. 1.
After op-ed by Kenyon dean underscores how college admissions officers favor male applicants, many ask: Is this legal? Is it right?
For first time, the college cancels all classes, replacing them for a day with special academic programs related to Katrina.
Muslim students arrive in significant numbers -- ready to engage in campus life while maintaining their own identities.
After Goucher College mandates international study, freshman enrollment soars to record level.
Sagging enrollment prompts changes in the college's co-op curriculum to emphasize group learning and speed up graduation.
Many colleges seek to gain stature through sports. Birmingham-Southern switches from Division I to III and eliminates sports scholarships.
Officials in Maine and North Carolina review proposals from group with close ties to philosophy of Ayn Rand.
For decades, students could get by without taking any math -- but perhaps not for much longer.
In-depth evaluation of president's performance seemed like a good idea, but now many say the report has been squelched.
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