Student's exhibit had been called off because his paintings criticizing Palestinian terrorists were viewed as offensive.
Three students at a Seattle arts college cause a controversy with their clowning portrayal of the civil rights movement.
Singer/pianist was high on wish list for student groups that booked concerts this spring.
Session on state of the humanities emphasizes solutions and humor over hand wringing.
For one DePaul professor, art is outside the box, and outside the classroom.
"Project Runway" spawns envy among fashionistas amid all-time-high student interest in the industry.
Brigham Young places professor on leave over 9/11; Southern Maine shuts exhibit by man who killed police officer; and more incidents.
U. of Texas at El Paso's unique M.F.A. program expands into the online sector.
Fisk's settlement on sale of two valuable paintings reflects a trend in which institutions sell art to pay for other priorities.
Columbus State U.'s new downtown branch distinctive in terms of private support, urban revitalization and investment in the fine arts.
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