Campus Climate - Higher Education

Man Who Smashed Window Depicting Slaves Wants His Job Back

by Associated Press | July 18, 2016
NEW HAVEN, Conn. ― Yale University and a former dining services worker who smashed a stained- [...] Read more

LSU, Southern University Seek to Offer Stability Amid Tragedy in Baton Rouge

by Reginald Stuart | July 17, 2016
Higher education’s role in helping college campuses and their communities find answers and so [...] Read more

Bahng’s Tenure Controversy Remains Cloud Over Ivy League for Asian American Studies Advocates

by Catherine Morris |
For Sera Kwon, Dr. Aimee Bahng’s situation raises larger questions about the viability of a c [...] Read more

UC Berkeley Responds as Student Among Dead in Attack in Nice

by Emil Guillermo |
In a new world where terror has become commonplace, what will happen to the appetite to study a [...] Read more

Activist Role Grows on Breana Ross of United States Student Association

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 14, 2016
Breana Ross is vice president of the United States Student Association (USSA), the nation’s o [...] Read more

University of Louisville President Doesn’t Offer Resignation as New Board Meets

by Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press | July 13, 2016
LOUISVILLE, Ky. ― University of Louisville President James Ramsey’s status remained in limb [...] Read more

GVSU Committed to Advancing Success of Latino Students

by Thomas J. Haas | July 11, 2016
In August, about 80 Latino students and their families will be welcomed at Grand Valley State U [...] Read more

Dallas’ El Centro College—When a Sniper Cancels Finals

by Emil Guillermo | July 10, 2016
The Dallas County Community College District hopes to be open for Monday after finals were canc [...] Read more

University of Tennessee Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $2.48M

by Steve Megargee, Associated Press | July 6, 2016
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. ― The University of Tennessee is paying $2.48 million to settle a lawsuit fi [...] Read more

Bismarck State College President: Budget Cuts Forcing Retirements

by Associated Press | July 5, 2016
BISMARCK, N.D. ― The president of Bismarck State College says 15 employees are retiring by th [...] Read more

Photographer Tim Tai Honored for His Work During University of Missouri Protests

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 4, 2016
Photographer Tim Tai was on hand to capture images from the student protesters last fall at the [...] Read more

University of Kansas, Student Newspaper Resolve Lawsuit

by Russell Contreras, Associated Press | June 29, 2016
LAWRENCE, Kan. ― A lawsuit alleging that administrators at the University of Kansas allowed t [...] Read more

Team Chosen to Review University of Missouri After Turmoil

by Associated Press |
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. ― A former system president and a wealthy university donor will help revi [...] Read more

U of Missouri Dismissive of Grad Student Unionization Effort

by Associated Press | June 21, 2016
COLUMBIA, Mo. ― The University of Missouri asserts in a court filing that graduate students h [...] Read more

Chancellor Jimmy Cheek Resigning at University of Tennessee in Knoxville

by Associated Press |
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. ― Jimmy Cheek, the chancellor of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, i [...] Read more