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Anthropology professor Juan Obarrio was found guilty of violating the university’s sexual misconduct policy by assaulting a visiting graduate student.
Two current students shared videos on Twitter alleging sexual harassment and assault by a college staff member.
The Board of Regents met on Monday to declare financial exigency to resolve the financial crisis resulting from drastic budget cuts by the state.
William H. McRaven received an annual package of $2.57 million, making him the highest-paid executive across higher education systems in the country
Black individuals typically earn less in comparison to their white counterparts in teaching jobs, while simultaneously incurring more student loan debt
Harvard has suspended Fryer for two years without pay and announced the permanent closure of EdLabs due to sexual harassment allegations against him
A new study found that only 4.6 percent of tenured faculty at Ph.D. granting schools are Hispanic, and only 4.05 percent are African American
George Tyndall has been charged with 18 counts of sexual penetration and 11 counts of sexual battery by fraud after abusing 16 young women
Paul Haines has stepped down one month after the university community protested hosting Vice President Mike Pence at the school's commencement ceremony