The latest news on students
Protest follows last week's faculty vote of no-confidence.
The Milwaukee Public School System will expand services provided by its gay-friendly high school.
Ninety percent who take drugs without prescription use them as a study aid.
Free online tutorial videos develop an audience.
Colleges would collect a fee, allowing students to download music without fear of litigation.
Admissions dean fingers "abysmal funding of higher education" in the state.
But the study finds that math scores for American students are on the rise.
Opinion piece said legalizing gay marriage could lead to legalizing polygamy and bestiality.
Police suspect a flammable liquid was used to ignite vehicles in parking lot behind fraternity.
Complaints include moldy showers and nonfunctioning toilets but also question school's $27 million debt.