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.
While ECU administration anticipated coronavirus cases cropping up on campus, Interim Chancellor Ron Mitchelson said that the university had seen a "greater spike" than expected.
Health and public policy faculty members wrote a column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper criticizing the college's handling of COVID-19.
"We implore members of the tri-campus community to do everything within their power to approach this virus in an appropriate and serious manner. Otherwise, we fear the worst is yet to come," a letter published by The Observer's editorial board read.
Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were accused of paying $500,000 to ensure their daughters' admission to the University of Southern California based on falsified athletic records.
The suspensions follow the school criticizing many for gathering on campus Wednesday night. Several videos and photos taken during the party show large groups of students gathering on the university's quad and other areas of campus.
Iowa State University officials said Monday that the warning published in the class syllabus was "inconsistent with the university's standards."
Albion College students must download a smartphone app that will track their location and notify the administration when they go outside the campus' 4.5-mile perimeter.
If President Trump's executive memorandum is allowed to stand, federal student loan payments and interest will be on pause until December 31.
Suspensions on student loan payments and interest accrual is set to expire on September 30.
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"Lemme fix this headline for you … 'White supremacist rally in Omaha to showcase Midwestern racism,'" the professor wrote in response to an article about a 'Back the Blue' rally.
A GoFundMe page set up to help cover Rehan Stanton's university expenses has already exceeded $75,000.
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