Loan scandals are just barely on many students' radar screens -- but say the word "loan," and they care (at least a little bit).
Maryland college's payment of per-student fee to contractor in Taiwan raises questions about when practices unacceptable in the U.S. are permissible (or not) abroad.
Economic downturns are part of a painful and predictable reality for universities, but -- perhaps purposely -- few have long-term strategic plans to deal with budget cuts.
Loyola College in Maryland has decided to call itself Loyola University Maryland, but some alumni are concerned the new name won’t reflect the institution’s values.
Maryland community college helps foreign-trained, immigrant nurses seek licensure and ESL proficiency to work at local hospitals.
Dickinson, a private liberal arts institution, creates link to honors programs at four two-year institutions, offering financial and academic support in hopes of attracting new cohorts.
Producers of new feature offer free screenings to colleges, some of which accept. At U. of Maryland, legislators get movie blocked.
University of Maryland releases findings of inquiry into its ties to slavery.
In the first case of its kind, Maryland has barred an online degree program due to its similarity to a classroom-based program at a historically black university.
Citing First Amendment, Maryland’s public universities defy legislature’s demands for a policy barring the use of public facilities for the display of obscene materials.
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