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Judge sides with U. of Iowa Christian student group accused of discrimination

A Christian student group kicked off the University of Iowa campus last year for barring a gay student from becoming a leader will be allowed to continue functioning as a registered student organization — despite a UI request it lose that status by the end of June.

Peril for Small Private Colleges: A Survey of Business Officers

Private four-year colleges may be getting real about their institutions’ financial future, to judge by the views of the men and women closest to their balance sheets.

An all-women ‘eXXpedition’ into the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

If you’ve ever wondered what the intersection of women in science, adventure and leadership looks like, here’s a prime example: a multidisciplinary crew of 20 women sailing for a month in a 72-foot research vessel called the Sea Dragon.

How individualized emails increase classroom performance

“No professor has ever cared about me.” This was a sentence in an email I received from a struggling student in my Physiology of the Immune System course, an upper-division elective course in the Physiology Department at the University of Arizona in Tucson.