The survey found nearly 26 percent of undergraduate women reported they were victims of non-consensual sexual contact.
The California Family Council and California Catholic Conference encouraged Governor Gavin Newsom to veto the bill, as his predecessor, former Governor Jerry Brown, did.
Professor Amy Wax drew heavy criticism in July for comments she made about race and immigration.
Students burned her book after the question and answer portion of the author's talk turned into a shouting match about white privilege.
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents is expected to vote on a free speech policy that would come with mandatory punishments for students found to have violated it.
Cheney said he hasn't seen the movie, but said his granddaughter's review was as a "good a judgment as any."
It's likely the president will tout his economic policies during Thursday's rally, but it's uncertain if it's enough to win over college-aged voters.
On Monday, a judge told the courtroom that she wasn't sending anyone to jail yet for violating her order, but was glad to know it was an option.
Bringing Trump Jr. to campus showed that the school condoned the "proliferation of right-wing speech that [incentivizes] and empowers hatred," the group said.
The discovery of the graffiti also coincided with the undergraduate college's family weekend.
While men and women largely agreed, when it was broken down by political affiliation, students had very different opinions.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh taught a course for George Mason University in England during a summer session.
Yang told Newsweek that "instead of opening outposts in China, Harvard could be opening campuses in the Midwest and using the new locations to expand and experiment with new models of education."
It was the first bill aimed at reforming the college admission process to reach Governor Gavin Newsom's desk since news of the scandal broke.
Critics called for her to be banned from visiting India, but the professor was resolute that her words were based on facts.
At least two dozen universities received donations from the Sacklers over the last five years, totaling more than $60 million.
In 2017, he represented a woman whose daughter needed to come to the United States from Iran for eye surgery.
Caplan's moment before Judge Indira Talwani will come after three other parents, including actor Felicity Huffman, learned their fates. Huffman, who pleaded guilty to having her daughter's SAT score altered, was first to be sentenced and received only 14 days in prison.
The event was hosted by an agency of the student government, which both Republican and Democratic students said demonstrated the diversity of thought on the University of Florida's campus.
The union claimed the omission was the result of a "drafting error" and sent an updated email, which referenced the six million Jewish people who were murdered.
Those who shared their descriptions on Twitter had a chance that their submission would be read on Fallon's show.
Prosecutors argued jail time was the only appropriate sentence, but the defense claimed incarceration could have an overly negative impact on his family.
Students must maintain a certain grade point average and show up to work as scheduled in order to receive tuition assistance.
This isn't the first time Brown took courses at Central Michigan University, the wide receiver played at the school before entering the NFL draft.
College isn't for everyone, but for Nate Zuercher, having reasons for being in Nashville other than a dream of becoming a professional musician meant he had to keep moving toward that goal.
The College Republicans wouldn't necessarily endorse every speaker's view but claimed it was their role to provide a platform to right-wing perspectives that didn't have space elsewhere.
Trump's campaign kicked off its nationwide initiative to rally young voters on Monday.
Arizona State University's online degree program is one of the top-rated in the nation and specific students can graduate with a tuition-free degree.
Huffman was the first parent to be sentenced in the college admission scandal and it's possible the judge's actions could be indicative of future sentences, although each case is nuanced.