An open forum on how colleges are dealing with the impact of an extremely powerful hurricane.
A new book argues that colleges can find revitalization by paying more attention to religion on campus.
Appeals court reinstates lawsuit charging Oregon State U. administrators with violating rights of conservative student journalists by tossing their newsbins according to an unwritten campus policy.
Colleges are finding new ways to teach students the technique to combat sexual assault and bullying, and it's paying off in unexpected ways.
After cutting its statute of limitations for students alleging sexual assault from two years to one to comply, officials thought, with federal guidelines, Duke backtracks and eliminates the statute completely.
Following news of a student being hospitalized after allegedly receiving alcohol enema, experts debate whether this is a trend. Either way, they say, education is needed.
In its new sophomore housing initiative, Ohio State University will draw from numerous strategies to improve retention and student success.
Blogs at two universities aim to promote tolerance by highlighting insensitive and offensive comments posted on social media.
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