Women’s soccer coach Mark Plakorus filed a lawsuit against the university for violating the contract and breaching his privacy by leaking information to media.
A federal court in Minneapolis sentenced Brent Holck to 21 months for committing wire fraud by canceling game tickets and depositing the money into his personal account.
The lawsuit brought by former dean Moshe Porat alleges university of falsely implicating him in the U.S. News & World Report ranking scandal.
Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick received the MD Anderson Cancer Center Distinguished Alumnus Award for his contributions to surgical oncology.
John W. Parks IV won the honor for leading the school's percussion program, the only conservatory-competitive university percussion studio in the country
Protestors alleged Dr. Michael Link, after whom a new scholarship has been created, of supporting anti-Semitism and denying that the Holocaust took place
The university reached a $350,000 settlement with Nancy Strapko, who was fired for testifying in a criminal trial regarding sexual assault
Félix V. Matos Rodríguez started his term as Chancellor on Wednesday, becoming the first person of color to lead the City University of New York
Three students have filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction against an event on May 4 which they have classified as "anti-Semitic and anti-Israel"
Architectural Engineering professor William P. Bahnfleth won the award for his service toward addressing environmental health issues