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A federal judge will resign his seat as an Ohio State University trustee and teach two semesters of law school classes without pay to resolve an ethics investigation over his law school teaching job, under an agreement announced Thursday.

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Leaders of the Greek community at San Diego State University are developing a plan that calls for all members of fraternities and sororities to receive sexual assault awareness training.

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The interim suspension of a University of Kansas fraternity has been extended while the school and Lawrence police investigate allegations of sexual assaults at the chapter house on the Lawrence campus.

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Poet, Professor Claudia Emerson Dies at 57

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Claudia Emerson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, died early Thursday morning at age 57 after a long battle with cancer, the university said.

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In the waning days of 1964, University of California, Berkeley, students found their collective voice in challenging a campus ban on political advocacy.

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Today, when U.S. intelligence agencies believe they know the location of a terrorist in Pakistan and a few other countries, they are largely free to deploy a weapon that’s become the symbol of war on terror: an aerial drone.

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You think the attractive woman at the party who has been chatting you up all night is ready to take things to the next level. She seems to be throwing all the right signals.

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Comb through the life story of Sonya Clark and it’s easy to see how she came to craft works of art themed around hair, a provocative and politicized thread of identity.

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Tiny Randolph-Macon College is set for its star turn tonight as it hosts a congressional debate between two faculty members.

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