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  • ISU suspends Alpha Tau Omega chapter for alleged violations

    Indiana State University officials have suspended the campus' chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity for allegedly violating a 2013 campus probation agreement. ISU spokesman Dave Taylor tells the Tribune-Star (http://bit.ly/1HKjr7e ) the school is...
  • Former Naval Academy commandant tapped to lead Delaware college

    Former Naval Academy commandant tapped to lead Delaware college
    Former U.S. Naval Academy Commandant Robert E. Clark II has been selected as the next president of Delaware's oldest college. The Wesley College board of trustees on Wednesday announced Clark will begin work as the college's 17th president on July 15....
  • Illinois bill would bar public funds for graduation speakers

    A proposal in the Illinois House would bar public universities from paying commencement speakers with public funds. The News-Gazette (http://bit.ly/1HN1lhI ) reports the bill passed a House committee Wednesday. Bill sponsor Rep. Reggie Phillips, R-...
  • Tiger Woods donates to UMES scholarship

    Tiger Woods donates to UMES scholarship
    The University of Maryland Eastern Shore said on Thursday it has its first individual donor to a scholarship fund honoring the late professional golf pioneer Charlie Sifford. The donor: Tiger Woods. UMES officials said on Thursday that the PGA Tour...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses
    NCHE ZAMA, MD, PhD has returned to Pocono Medical Center to lead the Cardiothoracic Surgery Program. Under his previous leadership, PMC gained national recognition as one of the highest rated cardiothoracic programs for quality in the nation. He...
  • Why do Angelina Jolie's health decisions resonate?

    Why do Angelina Jolie's health decisions resonate?
    In local public-affairs programming this weekend: "Flashpoint" and host Ginger Gadsden look at how actress Angelina Jolie's health decisions have resonated with the public. The program airs at 8 a.m. Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6.  The topics include...
  • 'Animal House' frat at Dartmouth accused of branding members

    A Dartmouth College fraternity that partly inspired the 1978 movie "Animal House" has been accused of branding new members while under suspension last fall, but the group's lawyer denies that anyone was hazed or hurt. Alpha Delta, which has a recent...
  • Penn State president will back tuition freeze if $50M funding increase comes from Pa.

    Penn State president will back tuition freeze if $50M funding increase comes from Pa.
    HARRISBURG (AP) — Penn State University's president says he will support a tuition freeze next year if lawmakers approve a nearly $50 million increase proposed by Gov. Tom Wolf. Eric Barron made the offer at this week's Senate Appropriations...
  • Thousands rally in support of ousted Ole Miss chancellor

    The University of Mississippi finds itself in turmoil after trustees ousted well-liked Chancellor Dan Jones, with more than 2,000 students and faculty rallying to his defense Wednesday on the Oxford campus. Jones helped drive record enrollment and fund-...
  • Expelled Oklahoma fraternity member says he's 'deeply sorry' for racist song

    Expelled Oklahoma fraternity member says he's 'deeply sorry' for racist song
    Flanked by black community leaders, one of two University of Oklahoma fraternity members expelled this month for leading a racist chant said Wednesday that he was “sorry, deeply sorry” for his actions. Levi Pettit, 20, in his first public...
  • Immigrant students start hunger strike for NY Dream Act

    About 50 immigrant students who live illegally in New York state have started a hunger strike after a proposal that would allow them to apply for state financial aid for college was not included in the state's budget, some of the students said Wednesday....