Northern Michigan University has stopped warning students that they could be punished if they discuss fears of self-harm with peers. Free-speech advocates say the university hasn’t gone far enough.
The college said the instructor had pressured the student to distribute pens bearing the faculty union's label. The faculty member denies the allegation.
The flagship university warns students about a higher incidence at the start of the semester, but they’re already preoccupied with other dangers.
In the news lately over its ties to the Clinton family, Laureate Education seems to be reaping the benefits of a substantially different business model.
Few college athletes have emulated Colin Kaepernick’s national-anthem demonstrations. Athletic directors say it’s because they’re doing a better job of listening to players.
The decision was not unexpected and does not represent the end of the road for the accreditor, which plans to appeal the ruling to the secretary of education.
Alain Kaloyeros and a SUNY Polytechnic board member are accused of manipulating the competitive-bidding process for state economic-development projects.
Glenn Reynolds, a law professor on the Knoxville campus and a well-known blogger, reported that Twitter had suspended his account until he deleted the tweet.
In March, Matt Bevin, a Republican, ordered that public universities' budgets be cut. The state's Supreme Court has ruled he overstepped his authority.
A majority of students at historically black colleges say they believe student protesters should be able to prevent reporters from covering demonstrations on their campuses.