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Breaking ranks with the board, the trustee said new leadership would “allow the healing process to begin” after a former university doctor pleaded guilty to sex abuse.
Julien Turner, 20, is a budding filmmaker at Morehouse College, where he’s also a linebacker on the football team.
Kenneth Marcus’s potential return to the Education Department has drawn criticism from civil rights groups that see his narrow focus on Israel as blinding him to other matters of bias.
Naomi Wolf sought to file a complaint with the university against the famed literary critic Harold Bloom, who she says groped her while she was a student in 1983.
Half of all college students struggle with food insecurity, which is closely linked to lower graduation rates.
The United Negro College Fund has been among the most vocal critics of Obama-era student borrower protections, saying they threaten the viability of its 37 member institutions.
The former director of financial aid at Columbia University’s Teachers College has been accused of taking $375,000 from three graduate students.
A state “target” meant to limit the number of students receiving special education services violated federal law, regulators said in a letter ordering the state to make amends.
An officer handcuffed Deyshia Hargrave after escorting her from a meeting. One school board member called the arrest a “disgrace.”
Trustees must rein in frivolous spending at public universities.
Two major shareholders argued that Apple should head off a potential reckoning by proactively helping parents limit how children use the company’s technology.
Elan Seagraves, 34, was also a driver for Uber and Lyft. Both companies said they had terminated his accounts.
A home for Marc Bohan’s Dior sketches and letters to Oscar de la Renta has expanded from 3,500 square feet to 6,100 square feet.
Five women who studied with Mr. Roma at Columbia University and at the School of Visual Arts said he behaved inappropriately.
Before I went to college, I thought of change as something I could control.
Colleges have cut programs amid a drop in international enrollment tied to several factors, including more restrictive immigration policies.