Campus social-media teams are increasingly using the platform as a recruitment tool. But creating new content in a fast-changing, meme-heavy digital ecosystem isnât easy.
Charles Thomas was nearing the end of his senior year when he was shot during a âmanic and delusionalâ episode in the spring of 2018.
Faculty members accuse the University of Tulsaâs top leaders of working to silence critics of a plan that will slash the liberal arts. Administrators say the restructuring move is about survival.
Tulsa administrators have come under heavy fire for the universityâs plan to slash 40 percent of its academic programming, primarily in the liberal arts.
In September a court ruled that the universityâs bias-response team used threats of punishment and intimidation to stifle speech on the Ann Arbor campus.
The College Affordability Act, which aims to restore spending on public institutions and lower the cost of attending, doesnât pack the same punch as proposals from some progressive candidates for president.
Jennine CapÃ³ Crucetâs novel Make Your Home Among Strangers was required reading for students in a first-year course. When she spoke to them about white privilege, some of them didnât want to hear it.
Photos and videos circulated on social media showing Dan Gerlach drinking and putting his arm around women at a local bar.
A new report highlights the long-term burden of student-loan debt and its disproportionate impact on young black borrowers.
Some faculty members plan to cancel classes on Friday and take part with their students in the youth-led Global Climate Strike.