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The board chair at the U of British Columbia objects to a professor's blog post on the president's sudden resignation -- fueling further concerns about that university's still unexplained leadership transition.
At Canada's Capilano University, the administration confiscates a professor's work caricaturing the president on the grounds that it constitutes "harassment."
If a student or group requests a gender-segregated setup for religious reasons, does the university have a responsibility to accommodate?
A university librarian finds himself sued for questioning the quality of an academic press.
Depending on whom you ask, York University's $30 million partnership with a think tank is either a sensible agreement or an attack on academic freedom.
Ontario college cites financial reasons in withdrawing from its male-only campus in Saudi Arabia, but others, citing human rights grounds, question the original decision to be there.
A professor of indigenous ancestry who lost a tenure bid due to a lack of peer-reviewed publications is claiming the university was biased in discounting her "nontraditional" scholarship.
After university officials seized and dismantled a professor's sculpture caricaturing the university president, he created a whole new piece consisting, in part, of the original components.
Country steps up its recruitment of international students with a goal of attracting more skilled immigrants.
Non-American universities consider different options for entering the MOOC market, which to date has been dominated by elite U.S. institutions.
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