The former student pleaded guilty to distributing drugs after 11 people at a campus party in February were hospitalized for overdoses.
Universities have gained a well-deserved reputation as some of the least free institutions in America.
Faculty and students complain about his lack of responsiveness to racial incidents.
At the school the Pope is visiting, the poorest pay over $31,000 a year, even after scholarships.
Educational excellence cannot be measured by the size of the wallets supporting it.
Doomsday predictions about the survival of historically black colleges and universities is not fair or helpful.
Women's colleges may be the best thing that ever happened to women, but they are in trouble.
Law enforcement and advocacy groups say "molly" has become nothing more than a marketing term.
Lower-income students need help if they are to avoid taking on too much debt.
In the campus movement against sexual assault, the mattress has become an emblem of resistance, not slumber.
With a $10 million investment from Twitter, scientists will also study data from Reddit, Wikipedia and other sites to try find solutions to"complex societal problems"
Students at Georgia's public colleges and universities have mixed feelings about a smoke and tobacco ban that will go into effect Wednesday
Law requires state-funded colleges and universities to adopt affirmative consent and other sexual assault policies
The new policy mandates an education program for students found responsible of sexual misconduct and allows attorneys to represent complainants
The coffee chain is providing an easy online path to a bachelor's degree for many of its 1350,000 U.S. baristas who work 20 or more hours a week
Why has no other university of national prominence heeded calls to remove investments in fossil fuel companies?
The decision on how to report rape on a university campus is often complicated
A debate over sexual assault on campus may force changes in the school's Greek life