Compromise would modestly fund student aid programs and scientific research. It would also restore the “ability to benefit” program.
Janet Napolitano, U. of California president, says deans and other academics have been too quiet and have avoided lobbying for too long, while state and federal policies have moved in the wrong direction.
A bullet goes through through the front door of a Texas community college board member's home. Is it because he is critical of the administration and his fellow board members?
U. of Oregon graduate teaching assistants walk out, with end of semester looming, after failed negotiations over paid leave.
College vacates findings that led to expulsion of student who then sued under Title IX, arguing that handling of sexual misconduct allegations discriminated against men who were accused.
Leader of Eckerd angers students when he tells them to prevent sexual assault by drinking less and avoiding casual sex.
Lincoln University of Pennsylvania resignation follows intense criticism over comments about women.
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.
Article in Rolling Stone sets off protests and soul-searching at U. of Virginia, and suspension of all fraternities until January 9.
Allegations against the comedian, an active fund-raiser and speaker in higher education, have led one college to drop his name, while others stand by him.
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