- Neo-Nazis rally in London, outnumbered by rivals Updated: Jul-04-15 1:28 pm
LONDON - A small group of neo-Nazis have staged an anti-Semitic rally in London, but were hugely outnumbered by counter-demonstrators.
- Salt Lake City fire investigating 2 fraternity houses fires Updated: Jul-03-15 1:31 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Salt Lake City fire officials say they're investigating whether two fires at University of Utah fraternity houses were intentionally set early Friday.
- Fraternity tied to racist chant hires diversity director Updated: Jul-02-15 5:09 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The fraternity connected to a racist video featuring University of Oklahoma students that surfaced this spring announced Thursday that it has hired a director of diversity and inclusion.
- University students urge transit bus drivers to return Updated: Jul-02-15 11:39 am
MILWAUKEE - Student government leaders at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Marquette University are urging Milwaukee County bus drivers and the transit system to come to terms on a labor agreement.
- Man gets prison for assaulting Neighborhood Watch official Updated: Jul-02-15 11:32 am
ERIE, Pennsylvania - A northwestern Pennsylvania man will spend five to 10 years in prison for severely beating a Neighborhood Watch official who took a picture of the defendant's van when it was parked behind an unoccupied house.
- Family sues after California frat pledge died on hazing hike Updated: Jul-01-15 9:59 pm
LOS ANGELES - The family of a California college student who died during a grueling fraternity hike sued the organization and the school on Wednesday, saying the young man's death was senseless and easily preventable.
- 89-year-old Indiana piano teacher has no plans to slow down Updated: Jun-29-15 9:29 am
FARMERSBURG, Indiana - When a Sullivan County woman combined her love for music and teaching, the result was a half a century of sharing her talent with Wabash Valley residents of all ages.
- Marine educators conference kicks off in Newport Updated: Jun-28-15 3:47 pm
NEWPORT, Rhode Island - The 2015 National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) conference kicks off this week in Newport.
- Anthony Doerr wins Carnegie Medal for fiction Updated: Jun-28-15 11:34 am
NEW YORK - Readers and critics love Anthony Doerr's "All the Light We Cannot See." And so do librarians.
- Church once home to fraternity could become sorority house Updated: Jun-26-15 10:11 am
EAST LANSING, Michigan - A Michigan church originally built as a home to a fraternity may be converted into a sorority house.
- When popcorn was a nickel, and Elvis king Updated: Jun-26-15 3:08 am
GARDNERVILLE, Nevada - Sondra Condron remembers the days when the latest Elvis Presley movie coming to town was a big deal.
- Dispute over union fees could return to Supreme Court Updated: Jun-24-15 3:52 am
WASHINGTON - Powerful public-sector unions are facing another high-profile legal challenge that they say could wipe away millions from their bank accounts and make it tougher for them to survive.
- Dartmouth housing dispute over 'Animal House' frat flares up Updated: Jun-23-15 5:25 pm
HANOVER, New Hampshire - Dartmouth College is reinstating a policy that could block members of the fraternity that partly inspired the 1976 movie "Animal House" from living in its house after the school withdrew its recognition.
- 4 Michigan college students sentenced in hazing case Updated: Jun-22-15 3:59 pm
SAGINAW, Michigan - Four Saginaw Valley State University students have been sentenced for their roles in a hazing incident involving their fraternity.
- WVU creates new office, position to oversee Greek groups Updated: Jun-21-15 1:04 pm
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - West Virginia University is creating a new office and a new position to oversee fraternities and sororities.
- Elgin library 1 of 8 nationwide chosen to host space exhibit Updated: Jun-21-15 5:05 am
ELGIN, Illinois - A suburban Chicago library is one of only eight libraries nationwide selected to present an interactive traveling exhibit on space exploration.
- New president seeks strategic growth at Alabama Updated: Jun-20-15 10:47 am
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama - The incoming president of the University of Alabama is looking at how to grow the state's flagship school while managing the momentum of what's already been a decade of rapid growth.
- Sexual violence education suggested for Missouri sororities Updated: Jun-18-15 4:40 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri Panhellenic Association is proposing an education plan to help sororities prevent sexual assaults on campus.
- Academic group votes to censure University of Illinois Updated: Jun-13-15 5:50 pm
CHAMPAIGN, Illinois - A leading academic group voted Saturday to censure the University of Illinois' flagship campus over its decision not to hire a professor following his anti-Israel Twitter messages, a vote the university's chancellor said will have repercussions and is being taken seriously.
- Advocacy organizations, law enforcement to meet in Atlanta Updated: Jun-13-15 10:34 am
ATLANTA - Advocacy groups, law enforcement and religious leaders are meeting in Atlanta to discuss ways to build bonds between police and citizens.
- Physics group honors Fermilab in Batavia as historic site Updated: Jun-13-15 4:09 am
BATAVIA, Illinois - A nonprofit group devoted to advancing the understanding of physics has honored an Illinois research center as a historic site.
- Probes of frat abuse of vets in Florida finds no targeting Updated: Jun-12-15 1:32 pm
GAINESVILLE, Florida - Investigations into a fraternity whose members are accused of mistreating wounded veterans while at a Florida Panhandle hotel have not found malicious intent, but instead a rash of bad behavior that disrupted the soldiers' retreat.
- Defendants say Clemson student caused his own death Updated: Jun-12-15 10:47 am
PICKENS, South Carolina - Clemson University and members of a fraternity say they are not responsible for the death of a pledge last year.
- Proposed Missouri-Columbia frat rules changes draw criticism Updated: Jun-11-15 11:47 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A proposed ban of alcohol other than beer and restrictions on visits by women at fraternities at the University of Missouri in Columbia are among possible changes being criticized as too overreaching.
- 2 NY college students plead not guilty in fraternity death Updated: Jun-11-15 5:52 am
GENESEO, New York - Two students at a state college in western New York have pleaded not guilty in the drug-related death of a fellow student.