Balancing Safety and Student Privacy

New Virginia law requires colleges to turn over student data to police for security checks.

Rape Accusations Roil a Calif. College District

Football players at Fresno community colleges accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl.

Securing the Labs

Federal audit finds numerous lapses in the way universities deal with highly dangerous substances.

Dealing with Disaster

As administrators and professors at several colleges stand accused, experts offer advice on wading through legal and P.R. issues.

A Ring of Fire

For one U. of Pennsylvania professor, it took three arrests on sex charges before administrators dismissed him. Why?

Crime and (Minimal) Punishment

State judge says NYU can't order student found guilty of marijuana possession to perform 500 hours of community service.

FBI Scrutiny of Aid Applications

Federal authorities used forms submitted by students to look for terrorists, apparently not finding any.

The Day That Changed a College

September 11, 2001, left an enormous imprint on CUNY’s criminal justice college -- not least on its curriculum.

Gun Rights vs. College Rights

State Supreme Court says U. of Utah can't bar firearms, setting up federal court battle on academic freedom and autonomy.

Fraying of Academic Freedom

Brigham Young places professor on leave over 9/11; Southern Maine shuts exhibit by man who killed police officer; and more incidents.


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