Chronicle of Higher Education
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The for-profit institution lost access to federal funds in December and lost its license to operate in North Carolina last week.
Texas A&M University canceled an outsiderâs planned "White Lives Matter" event as experts warned colleges to be prepared for violence like what occurred this past weekend in Virginia.
Professors and activists say university officials failed to spot indications of a melee in the making, leaving students vulnerable.
After internet sleuths identified some participants in a white-nationalist rally as students, calls poured in for their colleges to expel them or take other disciplinary action. Collegesâ options, however, are limited.
The education secretary spoke about sexual assault and race-conscious admissions, in addition to other topics.
A study finds that 67 percent of small and midsize private institutions are at or above the threshold of financial viability.
"Violence was no longer hypothetical," Teresa Sullivan says as she recounts the events of Friday night, when a large throng of white-supremacist protesters pushed through UVaâs campus.
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The chaos in Charlottesville, Va. this weekend added a dangerous element to what was already expected to be a contentious climate when students return to college this fall.
The University of Virginia canceled a day of programming as white supremacists clashed with counter-protesters in Charlottesville. Scenes of violence were broadcast nationwide.
Several attendees struck others with torches, and police arrested at least one person, according to news reports. The university's president, Teresa A. Sullivan, condemned the violence.
The Education Department asked for a 90-day suspension of proceedings in a lawsuit over its guidance on campus sexual-assault policy, because it is âreviewingâ the guidance at the center of the case.
In the 19th century, as an eclipse neared, the U.S. government refused to send female scientists to get a closer look. Times have changed, but the discipline still struggles with harassment and sexism.
Riffing off of a Twitter joke, a professor charted Waffle House locations in the path of the August 21 solar eclipse.
The auditors mostly stopped short of issuing formal findings, but their report identified multiple irregularities in how records requests seem to have been handled.
The financial burden of defending against allegations that a college mishandled a sexual-misconduct case can be significant, a new analysis finds.
A University of Georgia professorâs offer to change studentsâ grades upon request raises intriguing questions.
The Southern Poverty Law Center lays out some strategies for student activists who want to oppose speakers with racist views but avoid a spectacle on their campuses.
Opposition was not expected from Indiana, and the transaction now moves to the U.S. Education Department for additional review. One outspoken critic outlined his objections in a letter to a top department official.