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U. of Cincinnati grapples with the legacy of slave-owning founder

Following a student government vote to remove the name of Charles McMicken from the University of Cincinnati’s college of arts and sciences, the university will spend a semester examining whether it should continue to honor and commemorate the slave-owner who founded it.

Why the National Enquirer cooperation deal is a VERY big problem for Donald Trump

On Wednesday, while the political world was focused on the news that former Trump lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen had been sentenced to three years in prison for a variety of crimes, something else of potentially huge import got somewhat glossed over: American Media Inc., the parent company of the National Enquirer, admitted it had helped facilitate a hush payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal and agreed to cooperate with the ongoing investigation being run by the Southern District of New York.

Heavyweight Showdown Over Research Access

University of California System is playing hardball with Elsevier in negotiations that could transform the way it pays to read and publish research. But does the UC system have the clout to pull it off?

UNC faculty threaten not to teach over Confed statue

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill faculty members are threatening not to teach during the first week of the spring semester if the school approves a proposal to house in a new $5 million building a Confederate statue torn down by protesters.

Trump administration hid report revealing Wells Fargo charged high fees to students

The Trump administration for months concealed a report that showed Wells Fargo charged college students fees that were on average several times higher than some of its competitors.

Temple Board Condemns Professor Who Criticized Israel but Defends His Freedom of Speech

Temple University’s Board of Trustees on Tuesday condemned recent remarks by Marc Lamont Hill, a professor of media studies and urban education at the university, but said his speech was protected by the Constitution