Mar 15, 2018
Penn says Amy Wax will no longer teach required first-year courses after another widely criticized set of comments about race -- this time about black law students at the university -- comes to light.


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January 30, 2012

U.S. appeals court orders trial in case that pits religious rights against discipline's standards. Ruling concerns advocates for student press by citing controversial Supreme Court decision.

January 16, 2012

At Elmhurst College, most applicants are answering an optional question about sexual orientation.

December 20, 2011

University counseling department has right to enforce its rules and a professional code of conduct, federal appeals panel rules.

December 19, 2011

Iowa professor's critique of small town life in his adopted state reflects tensions many faculty members overcome as they take jobs in places they never imagined would be home.

December 13, 2011

Satirical blogs explore whether a Hollywood sex symbol can make academic pick-up lines seem smooth.

December 12, 2011

Federal appeals court rejects suit by woman kicked out of medical school, and backs college groups on issues related to bias claims.

December 12, 2011

Some philosophers wonder why a key part of the hiring process in their discipline is an event that sounds like fraternity rush.

December 9, 2011

Beloit College is elevating this responsibility so that it joins teaching, research and service in tenure decisions.

December 6, 2011

Girls of most racial groups are outpacing their brothers in attaining college degrees by almost 15 percent, a University of Michigan study shows.

December 5, 2011

Obama administration, reversing recommendations of Bush Education Department, offers colleges support for considering race and ethnicity in admissions.


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