Kappa Delta Rho national leaders respond to Penn State decision to suspend its fraternity chapter for alleged hazing, sexual harassment and other problems.
It’s that time of year, when students on their way out create a bit of mayhem to leave behind.
A Sweet Briar College board member responds to criticism by a former board member about the decision to close the private women’s college.
The chair of Temple University’s physics department was charged with wire fraud after allegedly sharing sensitive technology with China
Complaints could hurt Attorney General Mark Herring, a likely candidate for governor.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s commencement address was sparsely attended, after weather, logistical hurdles and protests kept graduates away.
The former assistant director of the counseling centers at Virginia Tech and William & Mary argues that school officials have become so concerned about liability that they’re endangering students.
William Meckling, a senior from Colorado, fell from the roof of a building on campus
The all-women’s Virginia school graduated its final class as it prepares to close after 114 years.