College of Staten Island was justified in denying recognition (and funds) to Greek organization for excluding women, U.S. appeals court rules.
Appeals court ruling on right of public university to apply anti-bias rule to fraternity stuns many -- and could extend far beyond Greek life.
A last attempt by professors to fight the Solomon Amendment on academic freedom grounds is turned back.
Justices decline to hear several college cases, letting stand decisions involving a campus preacher's First Amendment rights and a soccer coach's alleged mistreatment of a female player.
Federal appeals panel orders Pitt to pay $2.2 million in Social Security taxes, deeming professors' tenure to be just another right based on past service to university.
In challenge to support for NYPIRG, appeals court rejects SUNY-Albany's use of "advisory" votes on whether certain groups should get college funds.
Federal judge slaps down suit from former student who says Loyola U. New Orleans should refund tuition from fall 2005 -- when another law school enrolled him for free.
Just five months ago, a $5.85 million verdict in favor of Linda L. Vivas, the former California State University at Fresno women's volleyball coach, set a record for Title IX verdicts. On Thursday, a second Fresno jury blew that mark away, ordering the university to pay $19.1 million to Stacy Johnson-Klein in a case that involved alleged sex discrimination and retaliation for the former women's basketball coach's advocacy for female athletes.
Federal appeals court rejects Pace University's attempt to exclude new instructors from bargaining unit.
When U. of the Cumberlands expelled a gay student, it set off a chain of events that may lead to its losing a $10 million appropriation.
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