Powerful senator threatens to intervene at American University if governance reforms aren't enacted.
Wesley trustees to let president keep job, as external panel says it can't determine who misappropriated work.
Review of plagiarism charges against Wesley president was orchestrated by consultant who's a mentor to the accused.
Appeals court ruling revives debate over unions at private colleges -- and sets off new debate over whom the decision favored.
More than 130 student protesters are removed by force -- and vow to keep movement going unless president-designate quits.
It wouldn’t be a student government election without some allegations of hypocrisy or conspiracy. But the events surrounding the recent race at Pennsylvania State University are bizarre, even by student election standards.
As board plans to meet, two sides differ strongly on why president-elect is so vehemently opposed.
Deficits, departments in receivership and proposed cuts leave humanities professors seething.
Did a no confidence vote in the president of the Rhode Island School of Design succeed in jumpstarting the dialogue faculty members were seeking?
Statement lays out common responsibilities for college governing board members, to prod them and reassure higher education's critics.
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