Another member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity faces up to five years in jail for Max Gruver's death.
The school called the behavior an "egregious" violation of the code of conduct.
Murphy released a report that targeted colleges for treating student-athletes as athletes first and students second.
The students' suspension from the fraternity came the day before what would have been Emmett Till's 71st birthday.
This isn't the professor's first time stirring up controversy for the Philadelphia law school.
The professor, Juan Obarrio, was the subject of a petition and protests that called for his firing.
By destigmatizing mental health, students have the room to ask for what they need.
Former Patriots player Joe Andruzzi advises young people to make a list of their goals. On Monday, he crossed one off his own list.
The university system said a settlement was in the best interest of taxpayers and the school.
The payment due date came shortly after students were notified of scholarship cancellations, prompting a Change.org petition to call for an extension.
The 2020 presidential election will be the first time many gen z voters are able to cast a ballot.
The student claimed he reported it to the school but they failed to address the allegations properly.
The student was arrested after the police department recorded a phone call between the 21-year-old and the victim.
By holding colleges financially responsible for defaulted loans, Senator Josh Hawley says they'll be more invested in educating students and preparing them to get good jobs.
The American Anthropological Association told Newsweek this could have a "chilling effect" on botanical research.
The University of Utah public safety department faced heavy scrutiny for failing to recognize the danger Lauren McCluskey was in before her murder.
"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and his father, Luis Miranda, Jr., now advocating for the governor to resign.
Critics argued the bill, which prohibits public universities from 'demonizing' Israel, infringes on First Amendment rights.
St. Bonaventure University claimed Pauline Hoffmann failed to file charges in a timely manner, which should be grounds for dismissal in federal court.
Accounting and finance majors were least likely to view socialism favorably.
Players differed on whether the mixed-gender sport truly reduced inequality, but all agreed they preferred co-ed teams.
A special meeting about the new University of South Carolina president was canceled amid questions over its legality.
Former President Thomas Jefferson's legacy as both the author of the Declaration of Independence and a slaveholder has called into question if and how he should be honored.
Former Harvard fencing coach Peter Brand allegedly sold his home to the father of two members of the fencing team for well above its market value.
Along with serious repercussions for the student, the petition called for changes affecting the entire student body.
Student debt and the cost of higher education have already emerged as prevalent topics among 2020 presidential candidates.
Along with students who are likely to succeed, college and universities want students that want them.
In Pennsylvania, legislators passed a bipartisan bill expanding education opportunities for military families, proving Republicans and Democrats can still work together.
College Board enables students to access their scores based on a schedule dictated by the state where they're physically located, meaning, some students have to wait longer than others.
The announcement of Snyder's appointment made no mention of the water crisis, instead focusing on his contributions to Michigan's workforce training, STEM education and infrastructure.