An investigative report on the university’s student organizations after the events in Charlottesville, V.A. in August 2017 found two student organizations called The Ku Klux Klan that existed in the early 1900s.
The program will be rolled out over two years and will expand access to treatment and support services for all members of the Duke community.
Starting March 29, hundreds of students occupied Howard’s administration building for seven days in a protest spurred by a string of administrative malpractices — most recently the misuse of financial aid funds. A group at Howard called HU Resist organized the protests and released a list of nine demands for Howard's administration. Following the cessation of the protest, the group said in a tweet that, through negotiations, the group was able to accomplish university-wide changes.
Studies have shown that students respond better to interactive teaching styles, but STEM classes are primarily taught through lectures. Some professors are developing strategies for more active learning, moving towards evidence based teaching strategies.
Schools in the UNC system have cracked down on fraternities for violating student codes of conduct after a series of deaths at fraternities in 2017.
Connie Book, Elon's first female president, started her first week at the University March 1.
After the former director of basketball operations at the University of Louisville paid for prostitutes and lap dances for players and recruits, the NCAA stripped the university of their 2013 men's basketball national title. The NCAA upheld its decision to remove the title after Louisville appealed the original decision. Louisville plans to move forward in an honest and positive way.
The Anti-Defamation League confirmed there have been over 340 incidents of white supremacist propaganda being disseminated on college campuses in the past 15 months.
A North Carolina community college eliminated D's from its grading scale.