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Cornell Suspends Frat Parties After Alleged Druggings, Sexual Assault

Cornell has temporarily suspended all fraternity parties and social events following reports of drug use and sexual assault.

12 Myths About College in the US, BUSTED

Deciding the next steps after school can be daunting — unless you can separate the myths from reality.

NYU Professor Fired Because Class Was ‘Too Difficult’

A chemistry professor at New York University has been dismissed after students signed a petition complaining that his class was “too hard.”

Private UC Berkeley Co-Op Bans White People From Common Areas

To “prevent white violence,” a private housing cooperative at UC, Berkeley prohibits white people from using its common areas.

House Bill Requires Campuses to Report Student Accidents

A bipartisan House bill would make it mandatory for schools to report any campus accidents resulting in major student injuries or fatalities. 

SUNY Receives Over $100M to Improve Enrollment, Completion Rates

The state of New York will spend millions of dollars to boost enrollment and college completion rates at SUNY campuses.

Georgia Professor Charged With Shooting Incoming Freshman

A University of West Georgia professor has been charged with murdering an 18-year-old incoming freshman in a parking lot.

Bomb Threats Reported at Colleges in Mississippi, Alabama

Several Mississippi and Albama universities were the target of bomb threats, the latest in a rash of such incidents across the nation.