In an unusually controversial alumni election, two candidates who questioned many college policies win.
Critics say UMass overlooked a strong internal candidate for Boston campus, in part, because he was black.
Georgia Supreme Court rules that a college's board didn't have the right to sever ties to a religious group.
Federal prosecutors charge major donor to Washington & Jefferson with fraud in connection with $500,000 contribution to the college.
For 2d time in a month, a state court undercuts religious college's move toward more independence.
18 months after last search blew up, university selects MIT provost as new leader.
President quits, citing disagreements with trustees and setting off speculation about why he would leave after 2 years in office.
Administrators say policy changes on Greek life and other issues dear to traditionalists are no pattern.
New standard is more permissive than recommendation made last year by special governance panel.
To avoid conflicts of interest, Missouri board considers detour for state officials who seek university jobs.
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