Asking students to reconsider Halloween costumes that perpetuate harmful stereotypes has placed some colleges under attack.
After a conservative speaker faced off with protesters at DePaul University last year, the campus’s leaders have struggled to find the right response.
Among other things, the new defense-to-repayment rules make it possible for loan forgiveness to be granted to groups of borrowers, rather than only to individuals one by one.
Mike McQueary reported seeing Jerry Sandusky sodomizing a boy in 2001. Mr. McQueary was fired after the Sandusky scandal erupted, in 2011.
The university's hiring process is being called into question for the second time this year. Another administrator was fired in June for being "deceptive" in his job application.
Psychiatrists have long abided by the "Goldwater rule," which bars them from offering professional opinions on public figures they have not examined in person. This year’s Republican nominee has some specialists wavering.
Limited funding and a narrowing pool of prospective students leave the state’s regional public institutions facing a difficult future.
The GOP presidential nominee floated a plan that surprised policy experts. Some of them lamented the lateness and the lack of substance of his ideas.
A Northwestern University graduate student invited other academics on Twitter to air examples of racism and microaggressions in higher education. Here’s what he says is driving him.
Military culture enforces strict, traditional means of performing tasks, a rigid respect for authority, and a very narrow range of options once a recruit commits to a pathway.
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