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Montgomery GOP leader says high school Republican club targeted; school officials say a disagreement during a discussion was involved.
Banks are still peddling accounts riddled with fees to college students, taking advantage of a loophole in regulations meant to curb controversial financial agreements that yield millions of dollars for universities.
U.S. Army Captain killed in a car-bombing in 2004 will be honored with a plaque at the Rotunda on U-Va.' s campus.
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"Defending your people is a social duty not an anti-social crime," one read.
DeVos's political action committee was fined $5.3 million for campaign finance violations in Ohio eight years ago, but never paid the debt.
A lawyer anticipates that a Trump administration is likely to transform the way sexual assault allegations are handled on college campuses, giving greater deference to law enforcement and requiring more evidence
'We have adopted a national myth that neighborhoods are segregated “de facto;” i.e., because of income differences, individual preferences, a history of private discrimination, etc.'
'The sort of company we wish to keep’: More than 1,500 academics ask to join controversial 'Professor Watchlist'
Critics say the watch list — which is run by a conservative group and names academics they believe are advancing “leftist propaganda” in classrooms — is an assault on academic freedom.
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