The approved proposition recommends changing the terms "freshman," "sophomore," "junior," "senior," to first-year, second-year, third-year, fourth-year and beyond.
A university's science wing has become a turtle sanctuary after hundreds of hatchlings were rescued from storm drains.
Vivian Cunningham defied all odds and finally earned her bachelor's degree in six years after putting her education on hold for several decades.
The government faced criticism on Tuesday after it voted to transfer billions of dollars of state assets into foundations that will control many of the nation's public universities and cultural institutions.
Several universities cross the U.S. have announced a new policy that students must get vaccinated to return to campus for the fall semester.
William T. Lavell, who teaches chemistry at Camden County College, filed a lawsuit claiming he is paid $50,000 less annually than Black professors.
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton described a Fox News article on the additional ceremonies as "segregation."
The veteran professor was recorded complaining how "I end up having this angst every semester that a lot of my lower ones are Blacks."
China is attempting to control the global conversation about its escalations in Hong Kong and its treatment of Uighurs.
"Universities are felt by many people not to be quite as relevant as they could be. They have become a preserve of the left-wing elite," says Professor Sir Ed Byrne. "Their thinking isn't as fine-tuned as it might be with the needs of ordinary people and their communities."
"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.
Universities are failing to adequately deal with the problem, a book has warned.
Professor Gary Shank, of Duquesne University, said he would allow his students to say the N-word "in a pedagogical sense" before using it himself.
The university teacher in Belgium resumed the in-person lesson "to allow the students social contact."
As many universities welcome students for the new college year, a fraternity party in the University of New Hampshire has caused a cluster of 11 new cases in the state.
On the weekend before classes are set to start for the new school year, a video emerged of dozens of students gathering without following social distancing guidelines or wearing a mask.
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.
As coronavirus cases continue to climb on campus, students are expected to move out of dorms by September 6.
Students at colleges across the U.S. are petitioning their schools to reduce tuition costs for online-only courses, accusing admins of exploiting unused fees and operating like "capitalist businesses."
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.
"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.
As the new cases were being detected, reports of students taking part in risky parties were also emerging.
As students have their grades decided by algorithms and face the prospect of no parties and cancelled classes, is university still worth it during a pandemic?
"[The next stimulus package] will make sure moms and dads don't have to worry about the safety of their children who are going back to schools," said White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
Tracing the intellectual pedigree of the current madness rocking America.
The economics profession must end its century of systemic racism.
The senator from Arkansas said it's a "scandal" that American universities have "trained the Communist Party's brightest minds."