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College's new president rescinds job offer to African bishop who faced criticism for his past statements about gay people.
Washington State's community colleges add voluntary questions about sexual orientation and gender identity to all student registration forms.
Unprecedented federal settlement finding a middle school violated Title IX by discriminating against a transgender student has legal implications for colleges, too, experts say.
A student expelled for having a lesbian relationship and ordered to repay $6,000 in scholarship money is fighting back.
Changes to the FAFSA will collect information on both parents in a same-sex marriage or who are unmarried but living together.
The provost of a Christian college responds to a letter from a faculty member unable to be open about issues of sexuality while remaining employed.
A faculty member describes the choice of staying in the closet or losing a job.
Three major disciplinary associations, citing research, file briefs with U.S. Supreme Court opposing measures that bar gay marriage. Individual scholars weigh in on each side of the debate.
Is it legitimate for a college course to describe homosexuality as deviance along lines of drug use or prostitution?
U. of Michigan professor caused major controversy with course called 'How to Be Gay.' A dozen years later, he has written a book on the same topic.
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