Article criticizing Wheaton College, seen by many as flagship of evangelical higher ed, is killed by key publication in Christian intellectual life. Why?
Clinton clears ways for Adam Habib and Tariq Ramadan to attend scholarly meetings in the United States, reversing Bush administration actions that angered scholarly groups.
Six months after university nixes David Horowitz event, it resists Horowitz debate with head of AAUP.
McGill U. considers ending requirement that faculty members indicate whether any research supported by the military may have harmful consequences.
Incident at Irvine prompts debate over whether repeatedly interrupting a campus speaker is an exercise of free expression or the suppression of free expression.
Wheaton of Illinois names a new leader -- at a time the college enjoys greater prominence and faces some criticism.
Ohio University professor denied tenure over collegiality issues was victim of a "tainted" process and should have been approved, a committee finds.
A year after one university insisted on removing part of photography show, U. of Louisville defends the project, which includes images of naked girls and women.
Members of small, conservative denomination move to assert control over Erskine College, leaving many professors scared -- and some subject to repeated online attacks.
Publisher of newsletter that criticizes CUNY's faculty union sees vindication, as litigation ends without his having to pay anything. But the plaintiff sees victory as well.
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