Did 4 nursing students deserve to be kicked out of their program for a photograph they took and posted?
Federal appeals court rules that use of "10% plan" doesn't mean U. of Texas can't consider race in admissions.
A new report breaks down the 'inconsistent' and 'complex' regulatory terrain that Web-based colleges must navigate to operate in multiple states.
After a breach, U. of North Carolina's shaming of a widely respected professor sparks debate over whether academics should be held fully accountable for overseeing the security of data.
Major higher education groups urge Supreme Court to consider appeal of ruling they fear could force public colleges to financially support worship and other practices of religion.
U.S. Supreme Court rejects appeal by U. of Wisconsin of ruling that could greatly expand the kinds of sectarian activities eligible for support at public colleges.
U.S. court says federal student privacy law does not forbid University of Illinois from releasing records about applicants.
A former assistant professor of psychology at John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, Calif., has sued the institution for sex discrimination, alleging that she was fired for performing in an off-campus burlesque act.
Faculty member sues Brown U. for barring her from using her own research because she paid her subjects different amounts of money.
A long-awaited decision by a federal judge could be a significant blow to Google's attempts to sell access to books it scanned from university libraries.
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