The protesters who made race on campus a nationwide issue certainly intend to keep up the pressure. They’re recruiting a new generation of leaders, placing students on campus committees, and boning up on administrative bureaucracy.
Members of fraternities and sororities who participated in alcohol-education programs drank just as heavily as before, sometimes even more heavily, a study finds.
The standard of "affirmative consent" in sexual encounters has spread to many campuses, but students are still trying to figure out how to apply it.
Hundreds of colleges and a few states have adopted policies requiring affirmative consent. An unusual conference in Texas highlighted moral and philosophical objections to the new approach.
An online petition site is changing how some student activists operate by offering them free coaching, advice on how to "optimize" their demands, and even protest posters.
They say their organizations were an afterthought in a university policy aimed at forcing men’s clubs to invite women as members.
The institutions say there’s only so much they can do in response to speech that is protected, even when it’s confrontational.
They saw their goal of creating the first-of-its-kind government take a hit last week. But Jyleesa Hampton, a graduate student and campus organizer, says the fight is far from over.
An accusation against four unnamed Morehouse College students has prompted an intense debate there and at nearby Spelman College. The sensitivities run deep.
The university was under no obligation to disclose a student's report that he was attacked off-campus. But some students say they should have learned about it from their institution, not TV coverage.
The decision to retain the name of Calhoun College has touched off a passionate reaction at a university that has faced months of racial unrest.
From a more progressive band of conservatives to "Terps for Trump," the University of Maryland at College Park’s Republican groups mirror the national divide.
A male athlete who was found responsible for sexual misconduct asserts that his university mistreated him because of pressure from the government. Some experts doubt, however, that federal guidance is compelling colleges to side with accusers.
Do codes of conduct, especially those at faith-based institutions, discourage students from speaking up about sexual assault? The university is wrestling with that question as it investigates one student who reported a rape.
Much remains unclear about how the new body will function. But the aim is to give a place at the political table to students who have felt disenfranchised by the university’s Student Senate.