With only 9 women among 44 editors, the Harvard Law Review expands its affirmative action policy to include gender.
Study of British students points to potential for bias in academic hiring.
Editors discuss new book on diversity work within higher education.
Gallaudet's decision to suspend and to rehire its chief diversity officer over her stance against gay marriage raises issues about administrators' rights and responsibilities.
As a group of women readies to open a sorority to Swarthmore for the first time in 80 years, some students are calling for a schoolwide referendum, arguing that a sorority violates the college's Quaker values and emphasis on learning.
Applicant alleges that Baylor University's law school discriminated against him by not accounting for grade inflation in admissions.
Jennifer Braly, a transgendered student who is a junior at U. of Arkansas-Fort Smith, is now allowed to use female restrooms. Advocates say colleges have been too slow to accommodate such students.
Notre Dame of Maryland, a women's college, makes a surprising choice for its next president. (Hint: Not a woman.)
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