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Colleges Brace for More Pregnant and Parenting Students

Whitney Phinney, a former graduate student at the University of Colorado’s medical campus, thought she had permission to bring her infant daughter, Sunny,...

When a Student Seems Violent, Colleges Turn to Threat-Assessment Teams. What Are They?

After three students died in a shooting at the University of Virginia, officials updated the shaken campus community during a Monday news conference....

When Dating Violence Is a Taboo Topic

This year, the body of a University of Utah student was found in a Salt Lake City hotel room. Zhifan Dong is believed...

Colleges Must Protect Students Who Seek Abortions, Education Department Says

The Education Department released guidance on Tuesday reminding colleges and universities that Title IX prohibits discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth, abortion, and other...

The Title IX Comments Are In. Here Are 3 Things to Know.

These days, everyone seems to have something to say about Title IX.The Education Department received more than 240,000 comments on its proposed regulatory...

In Tenn., a Lawmaker Tells Colleges to Scrub References to Gay and Transgender Rights Under Title IX

A tug of war over gay and transgender rights has escalated across Tennessee in recent weeks as public universities statewide respond to a...

The Proposed Title IX Change That Worries Some Experts

In its proposed rules for enforcing Title IX, issued last month, the U.S. Department of Education promised that it would “restore crucial protections...

For Transgender Students, Title IX Changes Could Reopen Doors Closed Under Trump

Shane Windmeyer remembers the influx of calls to Campus Pride in 2016, when then-President Barack Obama’s Education Department told colleges that sexual orientation...

Colleges Should Pay Up When They Mishandle Harassment, a Title IX Pioneer Says

When Ann Olivarius and several classmates sued Yale University over sexual harassment, Title IX was just five years old. The 1972 law had...

Ex-Cal State Chancellor Who Resigned Under Fire Will Receive $450,000 Settlement

Joseph I. Castro, once a rising star in higher education who resigned under pressure last month as California State University’s chancellor, will receive...

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