Congress gave the service academies a pass before they enrolled women. 35 years -- and numerous reports about sexual assault later -- why is exemption still there?
Northeastern U. professors say they were denied tenure due to changing publication standards aimed at upping the university's reputation.
Federal judge finds that ban on sharing revenue with football and basketball players violates the law.
The members of the five high-revenue conferences make up 18 percent of all Division I colleges, but a new NCAA governance structure gives them nearly 40 percent of the voting power.
It's one liberal arts college's first encounter with a performance funding model, and so far it isn't faring so well.
At gathering of adjunct leaders, they are urged to strike for better pay and job security – regardless of whether the law permits them to do so.
With NCAA set to adopt new governance system designed to let wealthiest conferences give more benefits to athletes, critics fear growing gap between haves and have-nots.
Among ideas discussed at conference: Free cleaning service or catering help in return for service work and use of paid sick days to care for aging parents.
Amid criticism from employees, Oak Ridge National Laboratory calls off voluntary Southern accent "reduction" class.
Bipartisan Senate bill would stiffen penalties on colleges and require campus climate surveys. College lobbyists are skeptical of much of the legislation.
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