The death of the conservative stalwart doesn't have the same impact on the Texas case as it does on others pending before the Supreme Court.
The former private-equity chief executive threw his hat into the ring on the last day applications were accepted, promising to bring national exposure to the Maryland campus.
When asked if he would accept the embattled university president's offer to return, one tenured professor said, "Hell no."
The incident began when a woman allegedly asked the visitors what they thought of her earrings, which were replicas of the Confederate flag.
Many in academe have been quick to criticize Simon P. Newman’s response to the furor on the Maryland campus. Here’s how PR professionals would have done it differently.
The stunning announcement that researchers had detected gravitational waves threw the scientific world into a frenzy on Thursday. At the center of it was one journal and an editor.
The university encouraged Thane M. Naberhaus to meet with campus officials so they could "explore the possibility of conciliation."
Teenagers still find printed letters to be helpful, and while they often want colleges to text them on their smartphones, sometimes they don’t.
The number of students who have fallen ill with gastrointestinal distress at the Pennsylvania institution stands at a whopping 174.
The national office of Sigma Alpha Epsilon said it had polled all its collegiate members and "cannot confirm" that the fraternity originated the chant.
The bill's Republican sponsor says it's meant to ensure that the grant process is transparent and accountable. Opponents see it as "another anti-science piece of legislation."
Talib Kweli warned University of Utah officials in an email that they wouldn't like it if he took to Twitter to get his money. Turns out, he was right.
The university must undertake a major effort to streamline its operations, its chancellor said, even as he acknowledged that some of the changes could be "painful."
An annual survey, now in its 50th year, found that first-year students of all races reported being more likely to take part in demonstrations than just a year before.
"Every aspect of Berkeley's operations and organizational structure will be under consideration," the chancellor wrote in a message on Wednesday morning.
The American Association of University Professors and free-speech groups are among those condemning the university’s abrupt dismissal of two faculty members this week.
The dispute over a controversial retention plan pushed by the president of Mount St. Mary’s University has now sparked a round of casualties.