Eos Foundation is petitioning Tufts, Boston University, and the University of Massachusetts to increase the presence of women leaders at top positions.
Parents of a former Bethel University student have sued the school for discriminating against their son living with intellectual disability.
The American Federation of Government Employees seeks the intervention of Congress to look into the policy violation by Besty DeVos.
Former North Carolina governor Beverly Perdue was appointed as the chair of National Assessment Governing Board, the first female in its 30-year history.
The University of Northern Colorado has found Sigma Chi fraternity guilty of violating university policies and suspended it for seven years.
The University of Virginia has issued trespassing warnings to 10 individuals after its year-long investigation found them guilty of organizing a violent demonstration.
University of Minnesota is re-examining its Greek Life policy following the death of two fraternity members due to excessive drinking of alcohol during this year.
According to a new report by California Competes, there are four million Californians without any degree and the majority of them are people of color.
Starting next August, the students, faculty, and visitors at the University of Illinois will be banned from consuming smoke-free tobacco products on campus.