Now that the National Collegiate Athletic Association has opened the door for Florida State University, Central Michigan University and the University of Utah -- and perhaps others -- hope to walk through it.
Panel finds enough evidence to justify white female adjunct's challenge to hiring of black male colleague for full-time post.
U. of Minnesota drops course in response to lawsuit, but says it will continue exploring the issues.
The Pentagon has cited three independent law schools for barring military recruiters -- but what about Harvard?
A student's discussion of Jesus at convocation draws some complaints, but also support for his rights.
Supreme Court case on assisted suicide leaves professors debating when and how their scholarly society should weigh in on policy issues.
Facing lawsuit over church-state separation, U.S. concludes that Alaska Christian used funds for religious purposes.
"Ghetto" parties. Racist jokes. Leaving a pig's head outside a Jewish center. Why do some students offend year after year?
Civil liberties group charges that university's policies are so broad that common jokes could get someone expelled.
San Francisco State investigates charges of racial profiling after a scholar is arrested trying to go to his own office.
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