An employee of Volunteer State Community College accidentally sent a campus-wide email naming five employees who tested positive for coronavirus.
After Duquesne University fired a professor for using the N-word in class, groups advocating academic freedom of expression are demanding his reinstatement.
The University of Hampshire has sent one of its assistant professors on leave for allegedly posing as a woman of color on social media.
Florida State University president John Thrasher, a known proponent of wearing facemasks and social distancing, tested positive for COVID-19.
University of Notre Dame President John Jenkins was petitioned to resign after he was seen at a White House event without a mask and shaking hands.
The University of Michigan Press published "i used to love to dream" by AD Carson, the world’s first peer-reviewed hip-hop album from an academic publisher.
Montgomery College revealed it lost $2.8 million in a September 2019 cybersecurity attack, but said it was able to recover 39 percent ($1.1 million) of the original loss.
The University of California inappropriately admitted at least 64 students over the past six years as favors to donors, family, and friends, a report found.
Marshall University has suspended a professor for saying in a virtual class that she hopes Trump supporters get coronavirus and die before the election.
Taylor University fired a tenured professor because he refused to take down his video "Little Hitler," in which he sings that there is a "brutal killer within everyone."