Dr. Jessica Pabón of SUNY at New Paltz has been dealing with backlash following a recent tweet, in which she shared how she used to handle no-context emails from students.
Though there weren't many students my age, I have been in classes during the past three years with freshmen, juniors, sophomores and seniors and I have a lot of friends I've made in college.
The demand comes as the University of Rhode Island seeks to replace President David Dooley, who will retire next summer.
"I knew that it was important for me to share this moment with her, even if I got deferred or denied," Skylar Hughes told a local outlet.
Author Amanda Harlowe supposedly based characters in her book off of people she knew in college and high school, and they are not happy about it.
"Thank you for being the only person in my life besides my partner who actively reached out to check on me," the student wrote to her professor.
With COVID-19 running rampant, and employers across the country cutting the size of their workforce, many recent college grads are finding it difficult, if not impossible, to put their newly minted degrees to work. But some grads aren't waiting for the market to come to them.
The "Dirty Jobs" host said that he doesn't believe it's fair to those who have paid off their debt if student loans are forgiven. He also expressed a disbelief in the idea that college tuition could drop if student debts are forgiven.
For the first college period during the pandemic, 21.7 percent less recent high school graduates enrolled signed up.
"Students and professors around the country face punishment for speech that is clearly protected by the First Amendment," said report author Laura Beltz.
Many people debated whether Americans would be in favor of cancelling student debt, especially if they'd already paid off loans or didn't go to college.
Steven Florio, head of the state Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, admitted to wearing the outfits while at the Kappa Gamma Fraternity, which has since been suspended.
"Plenty of people without college degrees could run this country better than Trump ever has," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) said of President Donald Trump on Monday.
The now deleted Twitter account boasted of "killing my dept's woke statement on recent social unrest" as well as other comments.
The university teacher in Belgium resumed the in-person lesson "to allow the students social contact."
The college's board of trustees voted unanimously to change the building's name, after it was discovered that the man it was named after had allegedly been a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
"What's the one word about race that we're not allowed to use?" Professor Gary Shank asked. "I'll give you a hint. It starts with 'n.'"
At least 10 former college football players were among the people who died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks 19 years ago.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison doctoral student recently issued an apology and stopped teaching after being accused of claiming to be a person of color.
The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's definition of anti-Semitism is the gold standard to adopt.
In a column for Duke's student-run media organization, a senior suggested that bars and parties aren't necessary to beat the "pandemic blues," and that having a few drinks and walking around could help capture some of that college excitement.
Organizing or attending large gatherings "will be considered a serious matter and students will be held accountable" due to the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Arkansas Interim Provost Charles F. Robinson wrote Friday.
A white Jewish professor of African American history outed herself in a Medium article for assuming various Black identities since she was a child.
Millions of voters register in the fall, but what happens when you can't reach thousands of college students on campuses because of pandemic-related closures?
The state's department of health refused to release information on which schools and universities have coronavirus cases, after a local reporter submitted an open records request.
A number of colleges and universities have sent students home after identifying cases of a new coronavirus and while it may instinctually feel like a good solution, Fauci said it wasn't the best way to go.
James Madison University has seen a "rapid increase" in infections among students since they returned to campus, the school confirmed.
A GoFundMe for the rebuilding of the Chabad House raised more than $300,000 in one day.
A woman claimed to have spotted Ole Miss quarterback John Rhys Plumlee hanging outside with a group of people after he appeared in a campus video advising students to practice social distancing.