Due to a data submission error, the University of California-Berkeley was taken off the number two spot in the 2019 college rankings issued by U.S. News.
Monthly Archives For July 2019
Adding insult to injury, a judge issued a bond in the defamation lawsuit against Oberlin College, totaling $36 million.
A study conducted by University of Utah claimed that there are benefits of abortion for the male partners, which study was criticized as several of the co-authors have publicly supported abortion.
Is American higher education going to pot? While the answer to that question would depend on who you ask, some recently introduced legislation actually pertains to college students convicted of possessing pot. On Friday Rep….
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) promoted its upcoming anti-Trump art exhibit, which features the anti-Trump “pussyhat” yarn hats and other anti-Trump crafts.
Colorado State University is yet-another university which has published an inclusive language guide, which guide claims the word “American” is non-inclusive and says not to use the word on the college campus.
Hillsdale College, on behalf of a deceased donor, is suing the University of Missouri for not honoring the donor’s intent, which required Missouri to hire pro-free market economics professors.
Due to a new endowment by the University of Texas-Austin, low- and middle-income students could receive free college tuition if their family earns up to $60,000 a year.
The University of Alaska system is at a crucial crossroads, thanks to proposed budget cuts by the Republican governor.
The New York City Department of Education released an announcement detailing a number of policies slated to begin in the new academic year, including one that prohibits separating students by gender for sex education classes….