Presidents of America's private colleges and universities saw their pay increase by nearly 4 percent in 2016, with dozens receiving more than $1 million, according to a new report .
Several fraternities and sororities are suing Harvard University over a 2016 rule that discourages students from joining single-gender clubs.
The massacre at a Pittsburgh synagogue occurred during a month that saw several allegations of hate crimes around the country.
Colleges from New England to the West Coast say that they have been seeing an uptick in reports of past sexual misconduct.
Emergency officials are urging residents to prepare for severe storms that are forecast to hit the East Coast and Hawaii over the next week at what is the peak of this year's hurricane season.
Thousands of students across the U.S. are expected to put their pencils down and walk out of school to demonstrate against gun violence.
Students in Massachusetts lead the nation in achievement on Advanced Placement exams, according to the nonprofit group behind the tests.
Dozens of mainland U.S. universities are helping Puerto Rican students continue their studies while the island recovers from last September's Hurricane Maria, but islanders worry they'll stay away too long.
Harvard University's Hasty Pudding theater group is 223 years old — and it shows, its critics say, especially in a policy that excludes women from the cast of its annual revue.
Until last year, Ninotska Love would have been barred from attending Wellesley College.
A new report says the number of international students coming to the U.S. for high school is leveling off after years of rapid growth.