Yale Divinity School students burn the Ten Commandments and Bill of Rights -- in prayer, not protest.
Jenny Woodson is no stranger to controversial causes. It's just that the first-year law student didn't expect that, at the most stressful time of her year, she'd be at the center of a divisive case about adherence to religious principles.
Dispute on whether Iowa State's football team should have spiritual adviser raises issues of church and state at public universities.
After legal victory in religious discrimination case, former Broward Community College instructor has more to prove.
Push to fire tenured faculty member -- one of the school's founders -- leaves many professors worried about state of academic freedom.
Political scientist gets ready to end long career at Marquette to start a new university dedicated to the ideas of the 13th century thinker.
Church investigation of Georgetown U. theology professor's book raises concerns about academic freedom.
After years of planning, a new generation of ideological colleges takes shape, in purposeful counterpoint to traditional institutions they see as having lost the way.
At a national convention on college media, panelists discuss the relationship between administrators and student reporters at church-related colleges.
Catholic college leaders discuss issues of institutional autonomy in light of "Land O'Lakes," a landmark 1967 statement.
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