The senators credited the solution with being a win for everyone involved.
A century-old message from two bricklayers was recently discovered at Montclair State University in New Jersey.
The lawsuit claims a recent law "threatened the livelihood of civic engagement across Texas campuses."
In her lawsuit, the professor claimed an official in the department compared a member of the Trump administration to a "fictional movie villain."
Ruth George, a kinesiology student, was found unresponsive in her car inside a University of Illinois at Chicago parking garage.
The survey showed there was a "serious problem" on the campus.
Kicking fraternities off campus may seem like an easy way to curb bad behavior, but it's not a simple solution.
Disagreeing with the professor's views was not a reason for the school to violate the Constitution, the university said.
Her attorneys may not be banking on an acquittal, they could be looking for a hung jury.
Given the additional charges she faces, Napolitano added that it was likely too late for Loughlin to take a plea deal in line with the initial offer.
A student's attorney said this should be a warning to all universities that the government is watching and will investigate claims.
"This was not an easy decision," Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud said in an email obtained by Newsweek. "While we do not believe our students are in imminent danger, safety and security conditions are deteriorating in Hong Kong."
Graduate students said their schools would have no reason to bargain with them over wages, health care and other compensation items if they aren't considered employees under the National Labor Relations Act.
Even if DACA recipients are able to remain in the country legally to study, they may not be able to finance their educations.
"We need to teach people the role of a free press in a democracy," Rafael Lorente, associate dean for academic affairs at the University of Maryland's journalism school, told Newsweek.
While The Daily Northwestern issued a mea culpa for the coverage, the dean of the journalism school refused to apologize.
This wasn't the first time the theory that Epstein's death wasn't a suicide appeared on national television.
San Diego State University student Dylan Hernandez, 19, died after he allegedly attended a fraternity event.
Since leaving the Department of Education, A. Wayne Johnson has called for student loan forgiveness and criticized the department for allowing interest rates to balloon.
Flyers covered with "hate-filled" slogans that were left on a Connecticut college campus this past Thursday night have prompted investigations from police and federal agents.
Along with having to deal with the stress of the fires, some students could be without power, making submitting online applications difficult.
Coleman admitted a four-year acting education isn't for everyone and he has student debt of his own. But, Julliard gave him the space he needed to grow in his craft.
With their children's college education in limbo, parents have turned to an educational consultant to the law firms retained by the five families charged in the scandal.
Buckingham pleaded guilty to paying $50,000 to have a proctor take the ACT exam for her son.
The new charge comes with an additional five years in prison.
Purdue University stood by Chick-fil-A's opening on campus, citing "overwhelming demand" from students, staff and faculty.
The incident, captured on video, caused outrage among students, who demanded action from the administration.
Two American universities bumped the University of Cambridge down two spots from last year.
The NAACP UConn chapter also demanded the Delta Epsilon Psi fraternity be disbanded after two members allegedly called a student a racial slur during an off-campus party.
Both affirmative action and legacy admissions policies have come under scrutiny recently.