The movie "Dear White People" is "a satire about being a black face in a white place." Does it accurately portray race relations on mostly white campuses?
More than 800 colleges now use "affirmative consent" standard in sexual assault policies, but some worry that the swiftly changing definition could lead to confusion in the dorm room and complications in student conduct hearings.
Two years after Spelman announced it was leaving the NCAA, the historically black women's college is attempting a "wellness revolution."
The outgoing president of William Peace University has been criticized by faculty, students and alumnae, but still has the backing of the board.
Gubernatorial candidates have traded barbs for months over their records and the state's colleges and universities.
Cathy Davidson’s no stranger to big ideas. But her latest project at CUNY Graduate Center might just be her biggest yet.
Details emerge of harassment allegations against a fired campus leader in Oregon; an incoming head of theological seminary admits to affair.
UW Madison told students that "if you present yourself as easy prey, then expect to attract some wolves." Many said that advice misses the point when it comes to preventing campus sexual assault.
When a tenure bid goes south, is the professor entitled to know why? Experts say yes, but a faculty member at the U. of Missouri says the institution is holding out on his request for a reason.
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