Chronicle of Higher Education
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Colleges around the region are closed at least through Monday; several disaster-relief groups have updated information about donations and where to seek shelter.
Despite the economic advantages, men shun certain health-care fields that have traditionally been associated with women.
The university has a rule against open flames on campus. A Virginia law forbids using fire to intimidate. Neither was enforced.
Rumors are swirling that President Trump may end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, as some state attorneys general threaten to sue over it.
As classes begin, counseling centers are preparing for an influx of students who may have experienced trauma stemming from the deadly violence in Charlottesville.
Milo Yiannopoulos, Ann Coulter, and Stephen Bannon have been invited, but just who is coming is unclear.
Uncertainty and unfulfilled promises have made several black-college leaders wary of attending a Washington event they have found useful in the past.
A Dartmouth lecturer who wrote a book on the anti-fascist movement discusses his research and the people at the center of it.
The university is reported to have spent $500 million on two new residential colleges. What does a sum like that buy these days?
Dozens of the grant applications, for funds to help low-income students prepare for college, were originally rejected for minor formatting errors.
How much will one traumatic weekend change the university? Many of the students, professors, and officials who are trying to answer that question are doing so by looking to the past.
A spokesman for the university confirmed that a student group had invited the prominent conservative figures for a series of events set to take place in September.
Moises Serrano tells the story of his unlikely journey to college in a new documentary film, "Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America."
It wasn't immediately clear where the threats came from or what they said. The university reported that students on campus were safe.
James Comey will lead a series of lectures on public policy at the historically black college during the coming academic year.
A law signed by a previous governor says a historical commission must give permission for monuments on state property to be altered.
A different type of orientation is needed for those who are older and have more family responsibilities.
The University of Oregon tries to get moms and dads to talk with their kids about tough issues.
Colleges try to ensure that crucial lessons on sex assault, racial diversity, and other issues take hold.