Thirty students at University of Maryland have reported symptoms associated with an adenovirus-associated illness.
Duke University’s oldest Lilly library received a $10 million gift to fund its expansion, computerization, and renovation.
Fraternities, sororities, and students have sued Harvard University for placing restrictions on students who join single-gender social organizations.
Connecticut State University reported a confirmed case of bacterial meningitis prompting the school to rope in health experts.
The National Campus Safety Summit has named Murray State University the top school for improving safety and security on campus.
Stanford University has announced the beginning of work on a new solar plant needed to reach 100 percent reliance on clean energy across its campus by 2021.
Morgan State University has set up a Food Resource Center on campus to relieve students of hunger and food insecurity.
For the first time in its 145-year history, student-run Harvard Crimson newspaper will have a black female president, 20-year-old Kristine E. Guillaumea.
A University of Texas investigation has concluded that professor Anita Moss didn’t use race as a factor to call police on a black student.
Despite the myriad of services that career centers at campuses around the country tout to students, today’s college graduates are more likely to receive career advice from their professors.