"It’s as if we asked students to play chess, but only taught them one-move openings."
"Now, even though professor Barnett is not accused of harassing anyone, the administration is attempting to make him the scapegoat."
Lawmakers in Oklahoma are pushing for allowing licensed gun owners to carry on campus, amid objections from officials at both the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University.
Altogether, borrowing dropped five percent from the previous two years.
A former San Francisco State University (SFSU) professor is facing 15 misdemeanor charges of unauthorized invasion of privacy after officials confiscated around a hundred graphic videos of past and current students using restroom facilities.
According to the ruling, the professor said that there had been no verbal signs of discrimination and admitted that she failed to meet the university’s expectations.
The organization has already written to nearly 400 schools and has directly led to protecting more than 4.5 million students in 25 states from bad policies.
Five years ago Steve Mason’s 27-year-old daughter Lisa passed away unexpectedly from liver failure, leaving behind three children—ages 4, 7, and 9 at the time.
A University of Iowa scholar, claiming to have faced discrimination from the school’s administration because of her conservative views, was awarded a second trial in a federal appeals court last Tuesday.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, which is managed by the University of California - Berkeley, brought in 500 goats to be “eco-friendly lawn mowers” this month.
Seventeen percent of Harvard University’s graduating class admitted that they had cheated in academics during their time at the school, according to a survey conducted by the campus newspaper.
The ‘Dumpster Professor’ has now ended the first phase of the sustainability project and will upgrade his dwelling with electricity and air conditioning next month.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order on Monday requiring all federal contractors to not exclude people from being hired on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
The dissenting judge, Emilio Garza, said the university never “defined its diversity goal in any meaningful way.”
South Carolina State University (SCSU) funneled state funds into two foundations it is affiliated with, a practice that “is inappropriate and needs to cease” according to the state’s inspector general.
Students, faculty, and staff had to show a school ID before being allowed on campus.
Clinton’s speaking fees came under scrutiny after an outcry at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, (UNLV) where student leaders asked Clinton to return the fee for her scheduled October visit.
"Universities' stubborn refusal to relinquish their speech codes must not be tolerated."
The University of California (UC) system has released a statement clarifying that when it told university employees that they should not be using peer-to-peer services such Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb, it meant it as a suggestion and not a ban.
It was his third visit to the school over the past six weeks.
"Whether the issue be health care, salaries by gender or any of the so-called social issues, the curricula that spawned the alleged ‘war on women’ contains much misinformation."
The government will require Christodoulou to start repaying the loan once she earns more than $16,910. If she can’t repay it within 25 years after that, it gets written off — at the taxpayers’ expense.
A Central Michigan University professor has been released after allegedly shooting at two vacuum salesmen who came to his Fremont Township residence on June 5th.
As school lets out for the summer, renowned musician Andrew W.K. imparted some of his wisdom on college students at Oxford University—the importance of partying.
Caffeine isn’t the only thing you can get at Starbucks these days; now the coffee chain is offering discounted and fully reimbursed tuition.
A judge has ordered a public university in North Carolina to pay $700,000 in legal fees for a professor who was denied a promotion because of his conservative Christian views.
Last week, Councilman Henry Darby, who is African-American, described the flag as “a very divisive symbol that’s being supported by tax dollars,” and subsequently threatened to pull nearly $1 million in funding from the school if it was not removed.
A Stanford professor was arrested at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) for possession of a “destructive device” last week.
“To improve our graduation rate, we have to eliminate barriers to students’ graduating on time.”
A senior at Duke University is suing the university for his $250,000 degree after allegations of sexual assault led to his expulsion.
After a critical win in the Republican primary for a Nebraska Senate seat, Ben Sasse has resigned as Midland University’s president.
A Harvard law professor plans to limit the amount of big money influencing politics—ironically, with his own political action committee (PAC).
University of Michigan (UM) students no longer have to endure the “walk of shame,” plodding back to their own dwelling after romantically spend the night at their lover’s dorm abode. Now, they can hitch a quick ride and end up on national TV to boot.
“Rocky Mountain High” just took on a new meaning.
The mysterious and incessant lists of alleged rapists popping up all over Columbia University’s campus have already had an effect.
More than 100 student groups at Cornell University now must prove they are taking steps to be more “diverse” — such as trying to convince minorities to join — before they can get funding from the school’s Student Assembly (SA) Finance Commission.
The Affordable Care Act requires employers to provide health insurance to employees working 30 or more hours per week — and KU has announced it may limit students’ to 20 hours per week in order to avoid the cost.
More than 100 professors at the University of Chicago (UC) are demanding the school discontinue its Confucius Institute (CIUC), a Chinese government-affiliated organization that they say promotes censorship and prohibits academic autonomy.
College football teams aren't the only students who want to unionize.
Jim Tressel may have violated NCAA regulations while head football coach at The Ohio State University, but that hasn’t stopped him from making the shortlist of multiple Ohio universities’ presidential searches.