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Instructor Leaves Bellarmine After Post, Allegedly About Trump

An instructor is no longer employed at Bellarmine University after posting on Instagram, “if you’re gonna shoot, man, don’t miss,”...

Tulane, U of San Diego Non–Tenure-Track Faculty Members Unionize

Non–tenure-track faculty members at two more private universities have voted to unionize. At Tulane University, full-time teaching faculty members voted...

Ohio AG Seeks to Halt Rare Book Sale at Hebrew Union

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost filed a complaint against Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion in the Court of Common...
Ted Mitchell, president of the American Council on Education, stands at a podium in front of a group.

New Commission on Faith-Based Institutions Launched

A group of leaders of religiously affiliated colleges and universities gathered in Washington, D.C., for a first meeting hosted by the American Council on Education.

Harrison Butker leans toward a microphone smiling.

Commencement Speech Crosses, Captivates—and Centers Campus Culture Wars

Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker sparked controversy at Benedictine College’s graduation when he praised women who choose to be homemakers and mothers.

Ex-Seminary Prof Charged With Falsifying Notes Amid Sexual Abuse Probe

A former professor and interim provost of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary was arraigned Tuesday on federal charges of falsification of...
A Belmont University faculty member teaches a class outside to a row of students sitting on a curb with a green lawn and trees behind them.

Belmont University Permits Hiring Interfaith Faculty

The faith-based university in Tennessee has taken another step away from its longstanding tradition of hiring only Christian professors. Existing faculty are expected to have mixed reactions.

Roman Catholic Colleges in Iowa Explore ‘Strategic Combination’

St. Ambrose and Mount Mercy Universities, two Roman Catholic institutions that lie about 80 miles apart from each other in...