Christian university, under fire over ouster of lesbian coach, amends its anti-bias policy to bar discrimination based on sexual orientation.
World's largest Baptist university will allow up to one-fourth of its regents to be Christian non-Baptists.
Chestnut Hill, a Catholic institution, removes courses from adjunct, citing his relationship with a man.
Professor's case against a seminary challenges the use of "ecclesiastical abstention" to limit rights of faculty members to sue.
To enhance students' spiritual experiences, Elmhurst reconnects with its religious roots and Wagner expands beyond them.
A Seventh-day Adventist university in California must resolve a dispute about teaching evolution in its biology classes or risk losing its status with the church.
After a long struggle to survive, board announces that institution has run out of options. But Paul Quinn finds a path to survival with a new accreditor.
Several years after a faculty exodus from Louisiana College, a professor's ouster leads to a lawsuit and more debate about dissent.
Erskine president reverses faculty panel's recommendation to promote seminary professor. Did dispute with a church body play a role?
Georgetown College in Kentucky will attempt what may well be a first: a postsecondary foreign language immersion option for its general education courses.
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