- Coroner: Fraternity pledge died from head injuries Updated: Dec-13-13 3:19 pm
- Fired UA leaders don't testify before state panel Updated: Dec-13-13 3:15 pm
- House budget deal includes Kan. NBAF funding Updated: Dec-13-13 1:44 pm
- Police stage drug raid in NJ college dorm Updated: Dec-13-13 1:35 pm
- Bob Jones University president stepping down Updated: Dec-13-13 1:21 pm
- UConn officials start work on a master plan Updated: Dec-13-13 12:49 pm
- Higher ed tensions shift from UT back to Texas A&M Updated: Dec-13-13 12:49 pm
- Mo. State mulls limiting Nerf guns in campus game Updated: Dec-13-13 12:06 pm
- Baton Rouge to get medical school branch of LSU Updated: Dec-13-13 10:07 am
- PSU student punches her attacker Updated: Dec-13-13 9:40 am
- Trustees to vote on Alabama State president Updated: Dec-13-13 8:36 am
- GE electrical R&D center opens in southwest Ohio Updated: Dec-13-13 8:14 am
- EXCHANGE: NIU students get real-world experience Updated: Dec-13-13 6:25 am
- Michigan St. to honor to U. of Michigan leader Updated: Dec-13-13 5:32 am
- UGA to hold fall commencement ceremonies Updated: Dec-13-13 4:05 am
- 2,500 Fordham applicants misled by email Updated: Dec-13-13 2:58 am
- University of Charleston gets recycling grant Updated: Dec-13-13 2:46 am
- Colorado professor suspended after silent protest Updated: Dec-12-13 8:34 pm
- Faculty seek ouster of UH Cancer Center chief Updated: Dec-12-13 7:43 pm
- UVM frat and sorority under interim suspension Updated: Dec-12-13 6:49 pm
- Texas' Brown mum on future amid speculation Updated: Dec-12-13 6:44 pm
- Univ. of Texas board keeps Austin campus president Updated: Dec-12-13 6:39 pm
- Central Cal frat party didn't violate policies Updated: Dec-12-13 6:31 pm
- Pa. DA: Charges coming in death of NYC student Updated: Dec-12-13 6:17 pm
- Board names new Nebraska education commissioner Updated: Dec-12-13 5:44 pm
NEW YORK - While a pledge was lying in a hospital bed with critical head injuries from blunt force trauma, members of the Baruch College chapter of Pi Delta Psi were told to clear their rented weekend retreat of any trace of fraternity memorabilia, authorities said Friday.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - Members of a legislative committee decided Friday they've heard enough about how a $4.2 million deficit developed in the fundraising office of the University of Arkansas and declined to hear testimony from two school officials who were fired after the problems came to light.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Funding for the next phase of construction of a national research lab at Kansas State University is closer to reality after Thursday's vote in the U.S. House to approve a bipartisan budget agreement.
GLASSBORO, New Jersey - Police say they found nearly $29,000 in cash and a variety of drugs inside a safe in a student's dormitory apartment on a southern New Jersey college campus.
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - Stephen Jones is stepping down as president of Bob Jones University after nearly nine years running the fundamentalist Christian school in Greenville.
STORRS, Connecticut - Officials at the University of Connecticut have begun work on a master plan to reshape the infrastructure at the school.
AUSTIN, Texas - Tension over a new president at Texas A&M University is escalating a day after a power struggle on the state's other flagship campus was calmed by an averted shakeup.
SPRINGFIELD, Missouri - Missouri State University officials are discussing whether to limit or ban the use of Nerf guns used in a popular weeklong campus game.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - LSU will establish a Baton Rouge branch campus of its School of Medicine in New Orleans. It would be the first permanent medical school campus in Baton Rouge.
PORTLAND, Oregon - A Portland State University student punched a man who tried to steal her backpack on campus.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama State University trustees will soon vote on the next president of the university.
DAYTON, Ohio - GE Aviation and the University of Dayton are marking the grand opening of a $53 million electrical power research and development center in southwest Ohio.
DEKALB, Illinois - Leaders at Raven's Husky Haven and Rescue of Sycamore hope Northern Illinois University business students can help them improve how they run the nonprofit organization.
EAST LANSING, Michigan - Michigan State University plans to give an honorary degree to the president of its in-state rival.
ATHENS, Georgia - More than 2,000 students are eligible to receive degrees during the University of Georgia's fall semester commencement ceremonies.
NEW YORK - Fordham University says about 2,500 applicants erroneously received a financial aid email implying they had been admitted - even though they hadn't.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Recycling efforts are being expanded at the University of Charleston thanks to a grant from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection
BOULDER, Colorado - A Colorado university has suspended a religious studies professor whose silent protest against racial bias led to complaints about his refusal to speak during classes.
HONOLULU - Faculty members at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center urged the Board of Regents to replace the center's leader, accusing him of mismanaging funds and retaliating against employees, allegations that two state senators discounted.
BURLINGTON, Vermont - A fraternity and a sorority at the University of Vermont have been temporarily suspended while UVM police investigate allegations of excessive drinking.
AUSTIN, Texas - Texas coach Mack Brown declined to say Thursday whether the Alamo Bowl will be his final game, amid intense speculation following another disappointing season that began with the Longhorns talking about becoming national championship contenders again.
AUSTIN, Texas - University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers received a cautious endorsement Thursday from his frustrated chancellor that keeps him leading one of the nation's largest campuses despite two years of turmoil.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, California - A Central California university says an off-campus fraternity party with the theme "Colonial Bros and Nava-Hos" (Brohs and Nah-vuh-HOHZ') was offensive but didn't violate any campus policies.
Criminal charges are coming in the death of a New York City college student who was forced to run a gauntlet during a fraternity ritual, a northeastern Pennsylvania prosecutor said Thursday.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Nebraskan who helps coordinate services for students, teachers and school districts was chosen Thursday as the state's new education commissioner.