Activists, writers, and others gathered for an inauguration-themed Peace Ball on the night before the new president took office.
A newspaper’s report that the president-elect planned to eliminate the two federal cultural endowments sparked widespread alarm.
The National Institutes of Health released a statement saying the longtime head of the agency "has been held over by the Trump administration." But it was unclear whether that status was temporary or permanent.
Teresa A. Sullivan defeated an effort in 2012 to unseat her that was led by the rector of the Board of Visitors, Helen E. Dragas.
Some students are traveling to Washington, D.C., to demonstrate against the presidential inauguration of Donald J. Trump. Others are taking action near their campuses.
With a 20-year ban on federal funds for studies of firearm violence, researchers at more than 80 public-health institutions plan to make progress locally.
Faculty and administrators at the University of California at Riverside are wrestling with how to heal a rift caused in part by fallout from an ambitious expansion plan.
Studies organized by Brian Nosek’s Center for Open Science have once again sounded an alarm about whether research can be replicated. But the authors of those studies take issue with the approach.
The revisions, delayed by more than five years of acrimonious debate, will take effect next year regardless of the change in presidential administrations.
The education-secretary nominee avoided specifics as senators pressed for her positions on issues including student debt, regulations on for-profit-colleges, and Title IX.
Republicans in Congress are working to roll back the Affordable Care Act. What its replacement could mean for higher ed and its work force is anybody’s guess.
A month ago Alabama's oldest HBCU was little known, but now it is appearing in headlines and news crawls of major media outlets.
Allowing students who identify with the opposite gender to use any bathroom they choose is a greater right than any other student has, and could lead to abuse of those rights.