George Mason faces allegations of bias in dispute over a test and make-up test.
Appeals court says state immunity does not protect universities in Texas and Louisiana from federal lawsuits.
Supreme Court case on assisted suicide leaves professors debating when and how their scholarly society should weigh in on policy issues.
Medical schools' technical standards complicate the legal picture for the institutions and students alike.
Colleges face legal backlash when they bar students who report suicidal feelings or other serious psychological problems.
Justice Dept. settlement with U. of Chicago may be first of series of accords on college facilities -- 10 other institutions face review.
U. of Houston lawsuit asks whether professors should have unlimited leeway to reject requests of students with disabilities.
Texas State agrees to reimburse student with cerebral palsy who only had access to a higher-cost dorm room.
Kenneth Kress admits to altering student evaluations of him while at Iowa. His mental state at time of infraction is in question.
Advocacy group offers best practices for campuses dealing with troubled students.
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