The arrest of a Grinnell student shows that yesteryear's silly prank can be today's felony.
Two universities work together to try to save a doctoral degree in audiology that one of them abandoned as a money loser.
Employees who face retaliation for bringing gender bias claims are entitled to damages, Supreme Court rules.
4 Va. institutions seek state immunity protection as estate of bankrupt bookstore chain seeks to recoup funds.
Supreme Court declines to hear case in which player challenged the league's "age" rule.
Brown moves to assert more rights to faculty inventions, and some professors are unhappy.
A federal appeals court ruling could make state institutions more vulnerable to lawsuits by disabled students.
Columbia College Chicago had some unexpected guests at a gallery opening: Secret Service agents.
Yale agrees to pay New Haven $250 per student and staff member toward the provision of city services.
Can the U.S. go after a student loan defaulter's Social Security benefits? The justices will decide.
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