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Did the U. of Kansas overstep its bounds when it expelled a student for harassing an ex-girlfriend online, or was it acting on instructions from the federal government?
As the Education Department has stepped up its enforcement of campus safety rules over the past four years, colleges have continued to be successful in getting their Clery Act fines reduced.
NCAA releases guidelines (not rules) recommending limits on football practices that allow contact, provision of independent medical care for players, and consistent treatment of brain-related injuries.
Female students are more likely to fear for their safety on campus than male students, and are less likely to think their colleges are doing enough to protect them, survey finds.
Sen. Claire McCaskill criticizes guidance the American Council on Education gave its members on how to respond to the lawmaker's survey on sexual assault.
Students and faculty members say a president was let off the hook for sexual harassment. Now the accreditors are coming to investigate.
Central Piedmont student says her rights were violated when security questioned her and escorted her off campus for using the women's bathroom.
A new book aims to give college presidents and other leaders the tools to navigate and survive a crisis.
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