Guilty until proven innocent? The removal of a college dean at USC has led to many questions, but few answers from the administration.
A community college in Los Angeles, California, agreed to disband its ‘free speech zones’ after a two-year lawsuit was settled.
South Dakota’s Board of Regents encouraged universities to have more intellectual diversity, which is an encouraging sign in higher education.
Princeton University is facing a lawsuit from a leader in the Eastern Orthodox Church over the possession of ancient texts.
According to a recent analysis, there is a shortage of American blue-collar jobs, which begs the question, why do people get college degrees for jobs that do not exist?
A Princeton college course for this upcoming semester will discuss how taste of food creates ‘racial otherness,’ or in other words, discriminates against racial minorities.
Kent State University, under threat from a lawsuit from a conservative student group, has scrapped its campus security fee policy without elaborating future procedures.
Coming soon to UMass: A class on ‘Queer Lights,’ or in other words, how to make electronic light displays more LGBTQ-friendly.
Apparently, Washington State University has begun stocking male bathrooms with free menstrual products to cater to its transgender students.
Professors at the University of North Carolina are threatening a walkout if Confederate Statue Silent Sam, pulled down last summer, gets a new home anywhere near campus.