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More law schools are admitting less qualified students. Are they prepared for what happens next?
Legal fight at University of Kansas over emails from a professor who has received funding from the Koch brothers sets off a debate about undue influence and academic freedom.
As Republicans take control of Congress, an early priority is to redefine a full-time work under the health care law from 30 to 40 hours -- a change colleges support but adjuncts oppose.
Adding students to sections has no impact on outcomes, according to a large national study.
Library directors at liberal arts institutions are losing their jobs as they clash with faculty and administrators over the future of the academic library.
At the American Anthropological Association's annual meeting, momentum builds in favor of a boycott of Israeli universities.
U. of Oregon graduate teaching assistants walk out, with end of semester looming, after failed negotiations over paid leave.
Over Thanksgiving weekend two college students were killed in cases of domestic abuse, which, while not as frequently discussed as sexual assault, remains a serious problem on college campuses.
New analysis suggests that time to degree for Ph.D.s may not be as lengthy as some assume, and that the key to shorter humanities doctorates may be coursework, not the dissertation.
Half of Corinthian Colleges goes nonprofit, as loan guarantor ECMC will buy 56 Everest and WyoTech campuses. Critics say the purchase doesn't do nearly enough for students or to prevent conflicts of interest.
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