The Education Department released new guidelines for how colleges should handle campus sexual misconduct. But they could make things worse.
There’s a common refrain that the dense news environment pushes out coverage of mass shootings, but the cycle has been remarkably consistent over the past two decades.
“Princeton was extremely white and very male. There was no avoiding the facts.”
At least 13 were killed at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California, that was frequented by college students.
At a time when Republican trust in college overall is low, voters tend to keep supporting their local schools.
The gulf between the party identification of white voters with college degrees and those without is growing rapidly. Trump is widening it.
Andrew Gillum and Stacey Abrams are part of a wave of black politicians who are playing up their HBCU bona fides, and in turn raising the profile of the beleaguered institutions.
The Ivy has spent the past three weeks being grilled about whether it discriminates in its admissions process. But the legal battle over affirmative action will likely rage until the Supreme Court weighs in.
The battle between Prairie View A&M and local election officials over early voting mirrors the struggle for voting rights over the past half century.
Colleges warn students every Halloween not to wear inappropriate or offensive costumes, but they struggle to prevent the incidents.
A Supreme Court case found that the University of Michigan was using race in admissions the wrong way. Then the state stepped in, and minority enrollments dropped.
A new plan to lower tuition has led to a 60 percent jump in the number of students who have reenrolled at one university.
The lawyers challenging the university are testing out their arguments to see which ones stick ahead of a potential appeal to the Supreme Court.
The plaintiffs have downplayed the role of affirmative action in the case, but their opening arguments on Monday showed that the issue is central.
One day before Harvard goes to court to defend its admissions practices, two warring rallies made clear that the trial is about much more than just the university.
Justice Lewis Powell’s ruling in the 1978 case Regents v. Bakke buoyed affirmative action—but in the process, it transformed how colleges think about race and equality in admissions.
Berea College, in Kentucky, has paid for every enrollee’s education using its endowment for 126 years. Can other schools replicate the model?
The Supreme Court nominee seemed to blame the editors—one of whom was his good friend—for crude words on his yearbook page. Judge is also implicated in assault allegations against Kavanaugh.
The Supreme Court nominee was recently accused of committing sexual assault while he was a student at the high school in the 1980s.
The founders believed a federal institution focused on civic education could help unite a fractured country.