Administrators at the College of New Jersey say they had to create an inclusive environment not only for those students but also for any students who choose to live substance-free.
The university's president said the message, sent from the account of the director of residence life, most likely came from someone who wanted to harm Felician's reputation.
The ban will be lifted after chapters undergo a review and every member completes training about alcohol and substance abuse.
Among graduates who give, 26 percent said they would donate more if they could earmark their money for specific campus purposes, according to a new survey.
Professors have long struggled with getting students to read the syllabus thoroughly. Now they are trying different tricks to engage students.
Higher education is a good investment, on average, but some students leave it worse off than when they started. That makes giving general advice a challenge.
A new documentary about some of the most polarizing fights in academe seeks to spur discussion of the financial and political forces shaping higher education.
The University of Texas system is embracing methods that build on traditional investigative strategies with ones that establish more trust with victims.
The Federal Trade Commission, in its first such foray into scholarly publishing, has filed a civil complaint against one of the largest publishers of online science journals.
The future of the biomedical work force depends on creating more-sustainable ways to fund the mission of the institutions that train its scientists.