Some fret over seeming shift in Education Dept. policy on campus anti-Semitism, but U.S. says status quo holds.
Yale and Penn law schools consider whether to keep fighting Solomon Amendment battles when the Supreme Court decided the war.
With 2 players arrested, firestorm over Duke lacrosse party won't go away -- even without DNA evidence.
University finds that women's basketball coach -- long accused of anti-lesbian bias -- created "intimidating and offensive" environment.
Federal judge says public university doesn't have to recognize student groups that discriminate.
Professor urges women in academe to stop “underselling themselves.”
Is John McCain the right commencement speaker for the progressive New School? Some students and professors don't think so.
If a professor, dean or student is accused of wrongdoing, colleges have procedures. But allegations against presidents raise tough issues.
Faculty members -- in series of votes -- join students opposed to the board and its choice for president.
If departments want black science, math and engineering students to become faculty members, they should have mentors who want close relationships with them, according to a recent study from the University of California at Berkeley.
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