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More than 150 faculty members offer new students a different view on safe spaces, trigger warnings and diversity.
State's Republican Party spokeswoman issues response: "I wish the NCAA was this concerned about the women who were raped at Baylor."
Debate grows about athletes who kneel during national anthem. Football players at Indiana State and Tulsa join movement. Texas chancellor urges students to stand and face flag.
Flier campaign at Michigan State targets a Hispanic professor who advises Donald Trump.
New study provides evidence that when those reviewing panel submissions see a woman's name, she is less likely to be invited than if no name is seen.
As first academic year since last fall's protests start, many colleges are adding diversity programs to orientation or requiring students to complete online multicultural training.
The university's note to new students sets off national debate on safe spaces, trigger warnings and more. Presidents of Bowdoin and Yale, with different tone, urge engagement with uncomfortable ideas.
After a year of protests nationwide, one university is trying to be clear about what students should expect.
Study: female academics more likely than male partners to turn down good academic jobs without a good opportunity for male partner -- even when a woman has more stature in academe than her partner does.
Colleges hire more minority and female professors, but most jobs filled are adjunct, not tenure track, study finds.
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