Goucher suspends faculty member in French who is being sought by Interpol for charges that he was directly involved in the 1994 massacres in Rwanda -- charges that some experts doubt.
Under a barrage of criticism, Facebook revises a terms of service agreement that had raised privacy concerns for users and trademark worries for colleges that market themselves on the site.
Northwest Florida State College places president on leave after grand jury files felony conspiracy charges against him and key state lawmaker.
There are varying views of where the lines are in the relationships between faculty members and the graduate students they advise.
Sonia Sotomayor, President Obama's pick for the U.S. Supreme Court, has held faculty positions at two universities and ruled in several cases that affected academe.
Is a community college student under scrutiny because she favors concealed weapons, or because she didn't follow procedures?
Former provost sues in part over sexually demeaning comments that she says ex-president made and in part for way she says allegations of discrimination were handled.
A San Jose State University student posted his homework online, hoping to show off his code writing skills. When his prof balked, the student fought and San Jose backed him.
Justices opt -- for now -- not to resolve dispute over right of public universities to bar anti-gay bias and right of Christian groups to be recognized as student organizations.
In theory, move to digital textbooks will help the visually impaired. But advocates say college experiments violate law because digital readers aren't accessible to the blind.
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