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.
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French fighter jets pounded an Islamist rebel stronghold deep in northern Mali on Sunday as Paris poured more troops into the capital Bamako, awaiting a West African force to dislodge
Aaron H. Swartz, who was charged in 2011 with making unauthorized downloads of more than four million journal articles, died at the age of 26.
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The University of Buckingham in the UK last week announced that it had stopped accreditation of courses for a private university in Uganda over freedom of speech issues and the controversy surrounding the homosexuality bill in the East African country.
A former academic at the National University of Singapore, or NUS, has been found guilty of fabricating more than 20 research papers published in international academic journals ...