College administration

'Corpses in the Quad'

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A Brown University report released Wednesday on the institution's ties to the slave trade stops short of recommending an apology, and eschews the subject of personal monetary reparations. It focuses instead on memorials and social justice efforts meant to acknowledge and make amends for the past -- and, perhaps more importantly, offer a paradigm for other universities with spotty paths seeking to move forward.

Pattern of Inappropriate Touching

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Inquiry into ex-president of Johnson County CC finds complaints from multiple women -- and faculty want more answers.

Recessions That Never End

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Most states still haven't restored funding levels in real dollars to where they were before 2001 downturn, report says.

Calm at Gallaudet

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With Jane Fernandes out, protesters open up the campus gates. But where will the university go now?

U. of Alabama Rapped for Homecoming Decision

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University cites logistical reasons for moving hip-hop concert to remote site, but many students think fear of offending alumni drove decision.

Controversy Over An Altered Contract

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Chancellor of Calif. 2-year-college district is under fire for removing buyout clause without clearance from his board.

Business School Battle

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Students say proposed online programs could jeopardize the accreditation process for Florida Tech's College of Business.

Making Nice in Texas

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Faculty association and state technical college system create process to resolve disputes.

Mansfield U. Drops Football

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Facing a budget shortfall, university decides academics should come first.

Backlash Over Student Group's Demands

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Whether it's a testament to the organizing muscle of Facebook or the intense feelings about race issues at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, upwards of 650 people have signed an online petition reprimanding a group of black students for making what signatories say are unreasonable demands of the university's administration.


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