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A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the University of Iowa must permanently reinstate a Christian student group as a registered campus organization
The smallest art colleges are struggling in a fiercely competitive market. Why are they showing such signs of stress? And can larger liberal arts colleges learn from their successes and missteps?
A used textbook seller is taking South Carolina’s largest public technical college to federal court alleging it ran a “scam” on its own students by inking a deal with one of the country’s leading textbook publishers.
The University of New Mexico's athletics department posted an ad, which encouraged students to enter a giveaway to win a three-night stay at one of the 11 Trump Hotels.
Every Saturday and Sunday morning for the past three months, Wu Xiaodong has waited for her students at the ethnic primary school in Xunke county, Heihe, in northeastern China's Heilongjiang province.
New £5.7 million institute at the Technical University of Munich triggers ‘ethics washing’ debate
In Terry Vecchio’s first month as dean of students at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester, a student told Vecchio she was living with her husband and children in a car.
Heather Hiles, an entrepreneur and Gates Foundation alum, will lead the new institution, launching this fall with competency-based certificate programs for the state's adults.
The University of New Orleans classifies "suggestive" notes as a form of "sexual harassment."