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Faust Laid Foundation of Inclusion at Harvard

Faust Laid Foundation of Inclusion at Harvard

by Catherine Morris | June 21, 2017 In the wake of Harvard University President Drew Gilpin Faust’s recent announcement that she Read more
Trinity College Closes Due to Threats Made After Professor’s Post

Trinity College Closes Due to Threats Made After Professor’s Post

by Associated Press |
HARTFORD, Conn. — A private college in Connecticut has closed its campus due to threats made [...] Read more
Essex County College Professor Questions Suspension Following TV Appearance

Essex County College Professor Questions Suspension Following TV Appearance

by Associated Press |
NEWARK, N.J. — An adjunct professor at a New Jersey community college is questioning why she [...] Read more
Title IX Investigation Closed at Liberty University

Title IX Investigation Closed at Liberty University

by Associated Press | June 20, 2017
LYNCHBURG, Va. — The U.S. Office for Civil Rights is closing a Title IX investigation at Libe [...] Read more
Ruth Simmons Named Prairie View Interim President

Ruth Simmons Named Prairie View Interim President

by Associated Press |
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Retired Brown University President Ruth Simmons, the first African-A [...] Read more
Delta College Settles in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Delta College Settles in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

by Associated Press | June 18, 2017
BAY CITY, Mich. — Two students who allege they were sexually harassed by a Delta College prof [...] Read more
Commission Urges Title IX reforms at University of Tennessee

Commission Urges Title IX reforms at University of Tennessee

by Steve Megargee, Associated Press |
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — An independent commission says the University of Tennessee should improve [...] Read more
Fraternity Wins Jury Decision in Lawsuit Over Co-ed Rule

Fraternity Wins Jury Decision in Lawsuit Over Co-ed Rule

by Associated Press |
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — A fraternity has won a jury verdict in its lawsuit against a private libe [...] Read more
Tracy Smith Named New Poet Laureate

Tracy Smith Named New Poet Laureate

by Tiffany Pennamon | June 15, 2017
Tracy K. Smith, the director of Creative Writing and the Roger S. Berlind Professor of the Huma [...] Read more
Harvard President Faust Stepping Down Next Year

Harvard President Faust Stepping Down Next Year

by Catherine Morris | June 14, 2017
After 11 years at the helm, Harvard president Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust will step down at the end o [...] Read more
Women’s Advocates Sue Department of Education Over Title IX Data

Women’s Advocates Sue Department of Education Over Title IX Data

by A.K. Brunini | June 13, 2017
The National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) sued the Department of Education on Monday in an effor [...] Read more
Rolling Stone, Fraternity Agree to Settle Rape Story Lawsuit

Rolling Stone, Fraternity Agree to Settle Rape Story Lawsuit

by Alanna Durkin Richer, Associated Press |
RICHMOND, Va. — A University of Virginia fraternity chapter has agreed to settle its lawsuit [...] Read more
University of Maine at Augusta Appoints New President

University of Maine at Augusta Appoints New President

| June 11, 2017
AUGUSTA, Maine — The University of Maine System says the system’s finance and administr [...] Read more
Hood College to Offer Mixed-gender Housing in Fall

Hood College to Offer Mixed-gender Housing in Fall

by Associated Press |
FREDERICK, Md. — A Maryland college will allow upperclassmen the option to live in mixed-gend [...] Read more
Lawsuit Amid College’s Coed Fraternity Rule Goes to Trial

Lawsuit Amid College’s Coed Fraternity Rule Goes to Trial

by Associated Press |
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — Testimony has gotten underway in a lawsuit against a private liberal arts [...] Read more
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