Carnegie Mellon said the university never provided funds for a hateful speaker. But one of its research centers had pledged support.
Employees who face retaliation for bringing gender bias claims are entitled to damages, Supreme Court rules.
A federal appeals court ruling could make state institutions more vulnerable to lawsuits by disabled students.
Harvard's president gave another talk last night -- and offered very different views from those that got him in hot water.
On the upswing nationally, sign language is on the defensive at Brown.
Association leaders tell colleges to ignore Education Department policy on e-mail surveys of athletes' interest.
In American society today, some words just can't be apologized away.
Supreme Court will decide long-running dispute over campus access for military recruiters.
Appeals court says university must pay -- if it wants to change controversial name of a dormitory.
The university's Senate rejects a proposal urging an end to the three-decade boycott of military reserve program for students.
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