Mar 15, 2018
Penn says Amy Wax will no longer teach required first-year courses after another widely criticized set of comments about race -- this time about black law students at the university -- comes to light.


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March 25, 2011
Four female academic leaders use panel to call for more representation at the top of academe.
March 25, 2011

After Ben Barres delivered a lecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, another scientist was overheard making a telling remark.

"Ben Barres gave a great talk today,” the scientist reportedly said, as Barres related the story to the journal Nature in 2006. “His work is much better than his sister's."

March 22, 2011
The glass ceiling long since shattered, Princeton women steer away from high-profile student offices toward more obscure leadership roles.
March 1, 2011
In settlement over medical board's failure to accommodate a Yale student with dyslexia, U.S. government heralds impending rules that will prod colleges and testing agencies on rights of disabled test takers.
April 28, 2009

Oberlin arch honoring Chinese missionaries, a fixture at graduation, has long been criticized as an homage to imperialism. Now administrators have decided, literally, to sidestep the controversy.

September 30, 2008

A Texas college offers an all-male public speaking course, raising questions about discrimination and constitutionality.

July 21, 2006

Latino students need more information to get the most out of financial aid, study finds.


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