Federal appeals court says Tennessee Tech’s rules go too far in limiting the ability of those unaffiliated with the campus to promote their ideas there.
Appeals panel backs U. of Illinois contention that its tenure-track and non-tenure track professors can't have a single bargaining unit.
U.S. appeals court says U. of Oregon may have retaliated against former doctoral student who alleged sex bias in her graduate program; ruling could reshape balance of power between professors and grad students.
U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear appeal of Christian fraternity and sorority denied recognition by San Diego State University.
U.S. Supreme Court ruling may make it more difficult for some employees to sue religious colleges.
Appeals court vacates decision that invalidated 2006 vote in Michigan. Full court will reconsider challenge to ban on consideration of race in admissions.
The American Association of University Professors is trying once again to get federal judges to pay attention to a footnote.
Developments in two whistleblower lawsuits raise prospect that commercial colleges could face more U.S. pressure in the courts.
U.S. judge finds that California-Davis did not discriminate against female wrestlers 10 years ago -- but that it broke the law because number of female athletes declined while they were in college.
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