Theyâre adopting alcohol and drug policies focused on harm reduction rather than punishment, taking cues from first responders and even underground party culture.
Pending rulings, politics, and the economy are among a number of factors still playing out that could have ramifications for all or part of the sector.
The state has been accused of transgender discrimination with the passage of House Bill 2, which requires that people use public bathrooms that correspond with the sex listed on their birth certificates.
If a Russian academic has his way â and supporters pony up â a large concrete block will be chiseled into a die representing the possible outcomes of scholarly scrutiny.
The for-profit Bridgepoint Education Inc. was also slapped with an $8-million civil fine for charging student borrowers higher monthly loan fees than the company had advertised.
The professor accused of harassment will have limited access to his office and will not be teaching classes in the fall.
The tribute, which consisted of almost 3,000 small American flags, was sponsored by the campus's College Republicans club.
The group's protests against racism at predominantly white colleges have led to a different set of conversations on historically black campuses, says Walter M. Kimbrough, president of Dillard University.
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In the often subjective faculty-search process, some colleges are taking new steps to bring a wider spectrum of candidates to the table.
A chart of world temperatures over nine centuries became embroiled in a duel of science and politics in the battle over climate-change theory.
ITT Technical Institutes said it would close all of its locations, blaming "unwarranted" actions by the Education Department. Long Island Universityâs Brooklyn campus locked out faculty members and blamed their union for not agreeing to a new contract. And you can blame humans for history.
William Brustein says he will look to the Middle East and China as he tries to attract more foreign students to the Mountain State.
A book reinforces the idea that college administrators should avoid feeling content.
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Under a resolution agreement, the university will reimburse two people for counseling costs they incurred after it failed to respond promptly to their complaints of sexual misconduct.
William McRaven, a formal admiral, says protests against the American flag disrespect those who have served in the armed forces.
Michele Roberge said she could no longer remain in her position after what she considered an act of censorship.