The dispute over a controversial retention plan pushed by the president of Mount St. Mary’s University has now sparked a round of casualties.
"We are very happy to report that William the Goat is in custody and back home in a nice warm pen out at the University Research Park," the police said.
More African-American students attend college, but they disproportionately pick majors that lead to low-paying jobs, such as human services and community organization.
In a budget request on Tuesday, the Obama administration will ask for $13.6 million to help it react "more quickly and efficiently" to allegations of student-aid and other misconduct.
One student's perspective: "It’s Thursday night and you have two big homeworks due Friday. Your friends are going out. You’re just like, I just want to finish this, I don’t really care how this gets done."
Raymond M. Burse said that, under the current proposal, the university would have to "declare financial exigency and/or prepare a closure plan."
At next month's conference, we will again borrow a page from the TV show Shark Tank with a return of our "Shark Tank: Edu Edition."
The company has been acquired by "a consortium of investors," and its board will be led by a former deputy secretary at the U.S. Department of Education.
The medical school's dean says that "we have been unable to make a positive identification of certain donor bodies and as a result are unable to return ashes to some families who have requested them."
As Title IX complaints have multiplied, the government has issued more-expansive mandates for the colleges it has investigated.
The evangelical Christian college had been seeking to fire the professor in a theological dispute over her views about Christianity and Islam.
Sweet Briar’s new president says things are looking up, students at the University of Oxford want a statue of Cecil Rhodes to come down, and a Suffolk University squabble hits the newspapers.
The board chair, Andrew Meyer Jr., will leave the board in May, while President Margaret A. McKenna will step down no later than the start of the 2017-18 academic year.
Administrators at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering and Hampshire College reflect on the challenges of shaking up the standard system.