As the cost of college hits the stratosphere, students are organizing to bring it down to earth.
As university budgets dwindle, adjunct professors around the country are looking to unionize in a desperate effort to protect their jobs.
The credit crunch is hitting students hard, but is government aid going to shareholders and CEOs instead of the borrowers who need it most?
Three years after Hurricane Katrina, Tulane University thrives, due in part to its revamped commitment to community.
Some 200,000 college students won't qualify for loans in September, and millions more will pay higher interest rates. Can they count on Obama to help them out?
A Tennessee student denied a valid high school diploma fights back.
Accusations by right-wing Zionists of anti-Semitism at the University of California, Irvine, are suspect at best.
As Columbia University goes forward with controversial plans to expand into Harlem, alumni mark the fortieth anniversary of explosive student protests.
The politics of tenure at Barnard and beyond.
What do burqas, Osama and fascism have to do with six hours of man-free exercise time at Harvard?