A white law student with disabilities sues because she wasn't allowed back after failing to meet minimum grade requirements -- when she says other students, mainly minorities, were.
Verdict finds Apollo Group (and two former officials) liable for having misled investors by withholding federal report critical of admissions practices.
Moving beyond major providers, New York Attorney General subpoenas colleges about their international programs.
One university won't open its doors. Another declines to show a documentary. It isn't personal, but fears over IRS rules and perceived bias are at the heart of recent Obama snubs.
Agreement with former athletes a good financial deal for NCAA, sports officials and legal experts say, but does it add momentum to the push for players to be paid?
Faculty groups fear federal court decision endangers the right of professors at public institutions to speak out on matters of campus policy.
New survey finds that students largely support limiting the influence of credit card companies on campus.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday required Iona College to defend itself against charges that it had discriminated against a former men's basketball coach in 2004 by firing him, in part, because he was married to a black woman. The U.S.
Experts in the field gather at Columbia University to discuss school shooters, student suicides and the law, among other topics.
Lake Superior State University maintains that conservative political cartoons and images on a professor's door constitute harassment, not protected speech.
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