Administrators at several campuses said it was students who brought the issue to their attention, part of a push to accommodate transgender students.
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M.I.T.’s decision to catch a person illegally downloading content led to charges of computer and wire fraud against Aaron Swartz, who died of an apparent suicide.
Tau Epsilon Phi pledges were served alcohol, told to take off their clothes down to their underwear, then stripped of their underwear by other students, officials said.
New companies are partnering with universities to offer online courses, in an effort that could define the future of higher education — if anyone can figure out how to make money.
A ratings system that gives lesser-known universities the chance to highlight their qualities by paying a fee creates potential for conflicts of interest, detractors say.
Authorities are holding fraternity members at Northern Illinois University accountable for the death of David Bogenberger, a 19-year-old freshman.
The University of Oklahoma enrolls more National Merit scholars than any other public university, leaving some to question the role of academic scholarships.
A recently announced charity program is offering British students of less-privileged families the opportunity to attend some of America's top colleges at little or no cost.
Students are demanding that university endowment funds rid themselves of coal, oil and gas stocks in hopes of bringing climate change onto the national political agenda.
Pearson, a major media and education corporation, has opened its own school in London to teach business with the direct involvement of industry in drawing up courses.