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UPenn Professor: accreditation of religious schools a 'scandal'

"If accrediting agencies are playing by the rules in this continuing fiasco, then the rules have to be changed."

Samantha Reinis Jul 21, 2014 at
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UW-Madison policy calls on professors to distribute grades based on race

"Under the ‘equity’ policy, it seems that some of those who want to study this field would be told that they’ll have to choose another major because computer science already has “enough” students from their ‘difference’ group."

Katherine Timpf Jul 21, 2014 at
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Boise State rescinds security fee imposed on gun-rights speech

Boise State University has agreed to rescind the additional security costs charged to students of a conservative group after they brought a gun-rights advocate to campus back in May.

Maggie Lit Jul 21, 2014 at
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Mass. town attempts to ostracize Christian college over its beliefs

The town of Salem, Mass., has pitted itself against Gordon College after the president of the private Christian school added his name to a public letter to President Obama asking for a religious exemption from a planned federal mandate.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jul 18, 2014 at
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Ohio U considers mandatory ‘re-education’ classes for students who smoke on campus

Ohio University (OU) is considering mandatory “re-education” classes for students who disregard its smoking ban.

Katherine Timpf Jul 18, 2014 at
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Harvard prof: US foreign policy to blame for downed flight MH17

Stephen Walt, professor of international affairs at Harvard Kennedy School, inexplicably tweeted Thursday that the Malaysia Airlines plane shot down over Ukraine demonstrates error in the United States’ and the European Union’s handling of the crisis in Ukraine.

Caleb Bonham Jul 17, 2014 at
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No, billionaires aren't the problem with student loans

Billionaires and students. Those are the only two possible groups that can pay for the nation’s massive student loan debt according to Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Lauren Clark Jul 17, 2014 at
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STUDY: California environmental regulations have destroyed the economy

A university professor’s study has found that California’s strict environmental regulations are destroying its economy — and that the situation will only get worse as time goes on.

Katherine Timpf Jul 17, 2014 at 10:09 AM

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College opens doors as asylum for illegal immigrants

"Stop trying to make these refugee children someone else’s problem."
Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jul 17, 2014 at 11:44 AM EDT
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It's over: University settles First Amendment lawsuit with professor after seven years

UNCW has agreed to comply with a court order and promote Adams to a full professor as well as pay him $50,000 in back pay and $615,000 in attorneys’ fees.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jul 16, 2014 at
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Conservative group settles lawsuit with University of Michigan over funding

The Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) chapter at the University of Michigan (U-M) reached a settlement with their university regarding discrimination over a proposed speaker on campus last week.

Samantha Reinis Jul 16, 2014 at
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Dept. of Education will not force a Christian university to admit transgender man in all-male dorm

The Christian university was granted a “religious exemption” to federal anti-discrimination laws.

Katherine Timpf Jul 16, 2014 at
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Lauren Cooley Jul 16, 2014 at
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Muslim student says she lost scholarship, expelled after refusing to drink with donor

According to Elusta—whose mother is Hispanic— ILLCF told her that the scholarship is for Latino students, not Muslims.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jul 15, 2014 at
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Obamacare to hike premiums 411 percent for male millennials in a Missouri county

A 27-year-old man in one Missouri county can expect to see his insurance premiums skyrocket 411 percent due to Obamacare.

Katherine Timpf Jul 15, 2014 at
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University survey finds some students feel discriminated against for their political, religious beliefs

"The nice thing about the survey is we have numbers and evidence. Now that we have identified that this is a real issue we have to focus on how we can fix it."

Lauren Clark Jul 15, 2014 at
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Pro-life group sues university over free speech restrictions

Students were allegedly told that they were not allowed to pass out literature about their group or event in other areas on the campus once they reserved the free-speech zone.

Lauren Clark Jul 14, 2014 at
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John Wayne's family sues Duke University over trademark dispute

The United States Patent and Trademark Office lists more than 250 active trademarks that include the word “Duke,” including jazz legend Duke Ellington and a brand of mayonnaise.

Lauren Cooley Jul 14, 2014 at
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University editorial board: students 'don't need' to study America's founding documents

"The truth is, if a Schoolhouse Rock song can cover a subject, it isn’t necessary in a college curriculum."

Lauren Cooley Jul 11, 2014 at
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Union drops United Negro College Fund because of relationship with Koch brothers

"[I]f I've got to bear the brunt of someone else's criticism to ensure that we have the resources to help those students, then I can handle it."
Samantha Reinis Jul 11, 2014 at 3:30 PM EDT
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Universities to host ‘National Gay Blood Drive’

Universities across the country are hosting a National Gay Blood Drive today to encourage the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to change its current policies which prevent gay men from donating blood.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jul 11, 2014 at
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Liberal politician offers $100K for naked pics of lion-hunting cheerleader

A liberal politician in Virginia offered a $100,000 reward for “nude photos or videos” of Kendall Jones, the Texas Tech cheerleader who has made headlines for posting pictures of herself posing with exotic animals she killed while hunting in Africa.

Katherine Timpf and Samantha Reinis Jul 10, 2014 at
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Former Winthrop University president ordered email evidence of nepotism destroyed

When trustees brought up concerns about Larry's position at WU, Williamson claimed it was not her idea and that her husband was hired by her chief of staff.

Lauren Cooley Jul 10, 2014 at
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Feminists suddenly angry about ‘Football 101 for Women’ class that has been offered since mid-90s

"It seems very medieval or backwards. Very archaic in how they think about women's understandings of sports."

Katherine Timpf Jul 10, 2014 at
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STUDY: Fewer parents are willing to pay for their kid's college education

Thirty-two percent of adults believe it is their children’s duty to pay the bulk of their college expenses, up five points from 2012.

Caleb Bonham Jul 09, 2014 at
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Bill Clinton also received hundreds of thousands to speak at UCLA

UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council external vice president Conrad Contreras said the high fees were a poor use of funds.

Katherine Timpf Jul 09, 2014 at
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University of Chicago publishes 'abortion guide,' claims pregnancy centers 'lead to suicide'

The University of Chicago (UC) has published an “abortion guide” on its website providing information on abortion— including how to obtain one on campus.  

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jul 08, 2014 at
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University to re-label ‘family’ restrooms as ‘all-gender’

"You could say it’s an all-human restroom."

Samantha Reinis Jul 08, 2014 at
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State of Florida gives failing marks to college that doesn’t assign grades

Florida’s premiere liberal arts honors-college is on financial probation and may lose nearly $1.1 million from its existing budget if improvements are not made quickly.

Lauren Cooley Jul 08, 2014 at
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Students for Concealed Carry sues Ohio State over campus firearms ban

A lawyer for the plaintiffs says that students who are known to have concealed carry permits are often discriminated against by local police.

Katherine TImpf Jul 07, 2014 at
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Department of Justice uses Hobby Lobby case to argue dismissal of suit from Christian college

The Justice Department used the Hobby Lobby ruling as basis for dismissing a case brought against it by Wheaton College, in a letter to the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday.

Samantha Reinis Jul 03, 2014 at 2:31 PM

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University offers female students extra credit for not shaving their armpits

Men are also allowed to receive extra credit, as long as they shave their bodies from the neck down.
Lauren Clark Jul 03, 2014 at 5:29 PM EDT
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University to decrease jobs after state increases minimum wage

Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) is anticipating major cuts in student employment opportunities after budgeting for state mandated increases in Michigan’s minimum wage laws.

Caleb Bonham Jul 02, 2014 at 2:38 PM EDT
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Quinnipiac: Obama voted 'worst president since WWII,' America would be better with Romney

The poll shows that a plurality, 45 percent, believe the country would be better off if Romney had won the 2012 election.

Samantha Reinis Jul 02, 2014 at
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University: Gun rights club not allowed because it might try to change policy on concealed carry

"Patrick, the University wouldn't sponsor a group like this as it does not correlate to program enhancement or community service."

Katherine Timpf Jun 30, 2014 at
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University trustee chairman facing fraud charges over diaper factory scandal

Pinson is accused of skimming $61,500 from the $1 million grant offered by the South Carolina Department of Commerce.

Lauren Cooley Jun 30, 2014 at
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University to offer ‘Demystifying the Hipster’ class

"Are hipsters part of a counter-culture, or are they just another marketing niche in the mainstream? How can we tell the difference?"

Katherine Timpf Jun 30, 2014 at
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Journalism and race professor outraged that three white men anchor cable news

"[T]he subliminal message this sends is these — white males — are the legitimate faces that should represent America."

Lauren Clark Jun 27, 2014 at
11:54 AM EDT

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College application essay leads to rape conviction

A 62-year-old man is facing trial in New York after his stepdaughter recounted him sexually assaulting her in a college admissions essay.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jun 26, 2014 at 2:54 PM

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Allegations: Tenured activist professor serially plagiarizes, seizes prize money from student

“I was extremely disappointed to hear that I wouldn’t be getting any of the prize money, I was going to use it to pay for my senior year of college so my family didn’t have to.”
Lauren Clark Jun 26, 2014 at 6:29 PM EDT
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North Carolina passes bill that protects religious student organizations

“There is a war on God...Unfortunately these efforts have been extended to our campuses.”

Samantha Reinis Jun 26, 2014 at
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South Carolina’s only historically black college on verge of losing accreditation, receives $6 million bailout

South Carolina State University (SCSU), the only historically black public college in the Palmetto state, was put on probation last week for a litany of issues and could lose its accreditation.

Lauren Cooley Jun 25, 2014 at
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U of California bans employees from using Uber because it’s too dangerous

The University of California (UC) has banned employees from using Uber, Lyft and Airbnb, on business trips — claiming the companies are so dangerous that they present “insurance concerns.”

Katherine Timpf Jun 25, 2014 at 3:37 PM EDT
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Loyola University launches iPhone app to help victims of sexual assault

The opening screen allows students to select what kind of violence they have experienced: “dating/domestic,” “stalking,” “sexual assault” or “I’m not sure.”

Kaitlyn Schallhorn Jun 25, 2014 at
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