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The campus's chancellor said she would ask the system's governing board to review a policy under which prospective students are not asked to disclose their criminal histories.
The department has typically provided such information within a few hours of being asked. But that pattern changed on Wednesday, when The Chronicle submitted its latest request.
Researchers raised alarms over reports of a clampdown on grants and communications by the EPA and other agencies. Some of those orders apparently are now being walked back, but long-term questions remain.
The "early Fafsa" could help students make better college decisions, but admissions officials are still sorting out what the change means for them.
The move occurred a few days after the university was named in a federal lawsuit about the grant program over its denial of funds to an anti-abortion group.
Noisy protests have disrupted some classes of a California professor who served a suspension following sexual-harassment allegations.
The beleaguered institution has appointed a new interim president, but accreditation concerns and an active state governor loom large.
The university had sued its student newspaper in a dispute stemming from allegations of sexual harassment and assault against a professor.
Hundreds of colleges are paying for help responding to campus sexual assault. Will the trend persist under the Trump administration?
Posters from the rally in Boston will be cataloged and archived.
The nominee for education secretary faces bitter opposition from teachersâ unions and civil-rights groups, but is backed by prominent Republicans and others seeking to overhaul public schools.
During her tenure as president, the universityâs challenges were a microcosm of those facing institutions nationwide: sexual assault, racial climate, and strained relationships between campus leaders and governing boards.
College students from coast to coast were among the hundreds of thousands of protestors on the streets of Washington, D.C. We met some of them and asked why they attended.
A professor at Denison University, in Ohio, shepherded six busloads of students and others to Washington for a chaotic but thrilling experience of Democracy in action.
Many colleges seek to bridge the "skills gap," but no one really agrees on what it is, what institutions need to do about it, or if fixing it is even higher educationâs job.
How colleges are retaining female undergraduates in engineering and computer science.
A book by Adam Smiley Poswolsky opens up classroom discussions about the road to meaningful work.
Mark William Roche, a former dean, says universities can distinguish themselves by remedying higher educationâs shortcomings.
The latest topics include the value of liberal-arts education for prison inmates and why students resist learning.
A vice president at a Virginia college will lead Pennsylvania State University at Wilkes Barre, and a former dean at a Russian university will be education dean at Sacramento State. Â