The latest news on colleges
It was close there at the end, but the big state school bested the underdogs from Yale.
Classes on the anniversary of the on-campus mass shooting will resume in 2012.
Move is the likely first step to disbanding the program designed for the special-needs community.
The Jesuit college expands its commitment to displaying all types of Christian art.
Polls close at midnight. Hurry.
Money's tight everywhere, but there is some new help for paying off loans and tuition.
Michigan and Northwestern see biggest losses by amount, but Iowa's tiny fund had the highest percentage loss.
In-state numbers are way down, while out-of-state applicants are up.
Stanford and Duke get 20 and 17 percent hike, respectively.
On top of furloughs and layoffs, the 67,000-student system will endure even more drastic measures.