The latest news on colleges
Decision affects all proposed themed housing but follows a week of criticism of just the gay-themed apartments.
Starting in fall, state schools will not lock in price of tuition for students' four years.
Improvements in spam filtering make forwarding less cumbersome.
Former administration officials plan the policy institute at his presidential library.
The blog was abandoned for more than a week, but I was still reading the news.
A survey shows that majority of graduating seniors are considering attending a less expensive college.
Many colleges expect to admit more wait-listed students this year, but that news is bittersweet.
Officials capitulate to state legislature, which threatened to withhold funding if film was shown.
Regents are considering a freshman course to help students to handle credit cards and loans.
Officials partially attribute increase to a new online application system.