Sunday, December 4, 2022


Ex-Yale Employee Pleads Guilty to Stealing $40M in Electronics

A former Yale employee has been charged with fraud for stealing electronics worth $40 million using the school's money.

Accident Involving USW Students Leave Nine Dead, Two Critically Injured

A fatal car collision took the lives of nine people, including six students and one faculty from the University of the Southwest.

California For-Profit University to Pay $22M for Deceiving Students

Ashford University, a for-profit school in California, will have to pay more than $22 million to atone for its deceptive admissions tactics.

New Study Reveals Huge Gender Gap in University Leadership

A new report revealed the continuing gender gap in top university positions at elite American research universities.

UWashington Returns $5M Gift to Israeli Studies Program

The University of Washington has returned a $5 million donation to its Israel Studies program from a prominent Seattle philanthropist.

US Scientists, Civil Groups Support Changes to Chinese Initiative

US scientists and civil rights groups approve the changes to the recent crackdown on Chinese-born researchers.

Columbia Professor Suspended After Racist Tweet on Black Model

A Columbia University professor was suspended after sharing a controversial tweet about a dark-skinned model.

Climate Change Skeptic is Georgia’s Sole Chancellor Candidate

University System of Georgia students are denouncing the nomination of former state governor, Sonny Perdue, to become the next chancellor.