The Common Application is considering adding voluntary questions about applicants' sexual orientation and gender identity. The application is used by hundreds of colleges and universities -- including many of the most competitive.
Federal judge refuses to grant injunction to block master's program in counseling from forcing her to comply with its equity standards.
Rutgers student's suicide after alleged gay taunting shows that, despite a growth in resources, some students don't get help and there's still plentiful debate about how to help them.
Faculty panel at Illinois finds that university may have legitimate reasons to dismiss adjunct who sent anti-gay e-mail, but that his offending students is not one of them.
Mankato State students, offended by views offered by pastor who visits the campus, didn't try to ban him. They held a protest in his church.
Kye Allums, junior basketball player at George Washington U., surprised by female teammates' support of his decision to identify as a man.
Working group offers association's first take on how its member institutions should deal with athletes who declare their status.
The death of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" signals the return of the signature military training program to elite universities that banned it, presidents promise.
Common Application rejects proposals to add optional questions on sexual orientation and gender identity.
The return of ROTC to some campuses -- seemingly assured by the end of the military's policy against gay service members -- may be hitting a few bumps.
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