6 deaths in April prompt gathering of lawmakers and flurry of legislation aimed at encouraging (and challenging) colleges.
While some universities boast about bookless libraries, Chicago prepares to spend $42 million in defense of browsing and scholarly serendipity.
University concedes defeat in its bid to remove the word "Confederate" from the name on a building.
Agreement between Cornell and protesters -- some of them in trees -- clears the road for a controversial parking lot.
Colleges take environmental issues seriously when they think doing so will save money, study suggests.
More than half of growth in academic research facilities is in biological or medical fields, according to the NSF.
When hurricane hit New Orleans, colleges had evacuated; many campuses in region turn gyms into shelters.
UC Irvine decision isn't about aesthetics -- building by the noted architect is falling apart.
Architecture professors at U. of Virginia charge that new campus buildings are boring, inefficient and insensitive.
Colleges do rebound from calamities of nature -- and those that have done so offer lessons and hope for those in New Orleans.
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