The Pennsylvania school will be one of a few in the nation to offer undergrads unique career path opportunity, starting in spring 2020.
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Though it has formally adopted a noted policy on campus free speech, a private university in Massachusetts still retains the lowest possible rating from a campus watchdog group due to several of its speech policies.
The University of Missouri has settled a lawsuit by Hillsdale College after it allegedly failed to honor a conservative donor's wishes.
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Legal action may be taken against the University of California-Berkeley after it released a document showing that mandatory diversity statements may have led to discrimination in hiring.
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A long-dormant male-centric initiative on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis has been revived by two students there, with the group seeking to “improve the state of masculine-identifying students” at the school.