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Illegal Mandatory Leave?

A new disability discrimination settlement at Quinnipiac University reinforces recent court decisions demonstrating the legal consequences colleges could face for removing a student with a mental health condition from campus.

French massacre prompts criticism of 2009 Yale episode

The recent terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical newspaper that had published images of the Muslim prophet Muhammad, has prompted renewed criticism of Yale University Press’s controversial decision to redact similar cartoons from a scholarly book published in 2009.

Shorter. Faster. Fitter?

For Scotland’s universities, the four-year undergraduate degree is the “gold standard” intended to offer a broader and more flexible education compared with three-year courses on offer elsewhere in the UK.

Are We Charlie?

Last week’s terrorist attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo thrust a six-year-old battle between a scholar and publisher back into the spotlight.