Student leaders use Facebook to advertise events and bolster group membership.
University alters policy defining "acts of intolerance," partially settling lawsuit brought by students who say they were censored.
James Madison students hope a strip of cloth can inspire a higher level of campus discourse.
Despite reports to the contrary, students who wanted to cast ballots in 2004 had little difficulty doing so, political scientists find.
After the anti-sweatshop movement grew on campuses a decade ago, a framework arose for resolving protests and making it possible for colleges to continue to enjoy revenue from licensing their logos for use on clothing and other products.
Shunning divestment as “destructive,” George Washington U. creates a more “constructive” scholarship for Sudanese students.
Hundreds of students take over main academic building as protests over selection of new president continue.
With neither side budging over choice of president, students block access to campus and professors call for her to step aside.
Columbia's president responded to disruption of talk by saying issues were "not complicated," but some students are defending what took place.
Number of participants increased by 20 percent from 2002 to 2005, study finds.
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