The campus reported early Friday morning that the suspect in the incident, which occurred outside a dormitory, was in custody.
The chance to apply for aid earlier, using so-called prior-prior-year tax records, is widely seen as a win for students, but much will depend on how colleges and states respond.
Seizing an opportunity that won’t come often, Drew University has made William Campbell, who won the Nobel Prize in Medicine on Monday, the focus of a broad-ranging marketing campaign.
A UCLA student had sued over a 2009 knife attack in a chemistry lab. Her accused assailant was found not guilty by reason of insanity.
The action comes after an investigative report on the for-profit's aggressive recruitment of military servicemembers and amid separate probes by federal and state agencies.
The influx is fueled not by care packages from Mom, but by a surge in online shopping — for textbooks, Halloween costumes, Valentine sweets, dormitory décor, even mini-fridges.
Colleges’ latest settlements with the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights divide opinions: greater protection for students or automatic indictment of institutions?
The announcement follows two incidents in which students said they had been subjected to racial slurs.
Barton Gellman says the university consulted the government before deleting video of his presentation, then backtracked.
Stress outside the lecture hall tends to result in lower grades for freshmen, along with a range of other negative experiences, according to survey results released on Thursday.
A brief filed in the closely watched Fisher v. Texas case says universities are becoming "steadily less transparent" when faced with open-records requests. Many institutions beg to differ.
Students who do well in a series of free online courses will enhance their chances of being accepted into a supply-chain-management program on the campus.
A landmark privacy-rights decision this week resulted from a Facebook representative's visit to a law-school classroom at Santa Clara University. A professor there describes what happened.
The planned January launch had prompted worries from counselors that the project was moving too fast.
University officials said Wednesday that social-media posts increased the seriousness of the threat, first made in bathroom graffiti.
The faculty members losing their jobs teach in areas of "less demand," the college said, including theater, philosophy, music, and education.
With the help of nearly $2 million in grant money, Excelsior College plans to use analytics to keep the students enrolled, and to share the tool.
Moving the hotly anticipated game against Louisiana State University is the latest measure taken in response to flooding that has devastated much of the state.
Among the other officials who have lost their jobs recently: the interim athletic director, the football coach, an associate athletic director, and a cheerleading coach.
The pilot program, for the institution's master's in supply-chain management, introduces "a new academic credential for the digital age," the university says.
The "Buddhist-inspired" university's application for a lethal-control permit prompted protests from animal-rights activists.
The Faculty Senate voted, 39 to 5, for censure, saying administrators had applied "a standard that is chilling in its breadth and ambiguity" to the fired professor.
When the gamers arrived on Saturday morning, 8,000 feet of extension cords and 11,000 feet of Ethernet cables waited inside the University of Cincinnati’s basketball arena.
Even as it draws praise for shielding academic freedom, the skeptical stance taken by American University professors is also being denounced for potentially undermining students who are psychologically vulnerable.