Liz Magill, U. Penn's president, and board chair resign as antisemitism testimony draws backlash
The University of Pennsylvania’s President Liz Magill has resigned amid pressure from donors and criticism over testimony at a congressional hearing where she was unable to say under repeated questioning that calls on campus for the genocide of Jews would violate the school’s conduct policy.
Wisconsin university regents reject deal with Republicans to reduce diversity positions
The regents of Universities of Wisconsin have narrowly voted to reject a deal with Republican lawmakers to freeze hiring for diversity positions, drop an affirmative action faculty hiring program at UW-Madison and create a position at the flagship campus focused on conservative thought.
Michigan teen gets life in prison for Oxford High School attack
A court hearing in suburban Detroit is likely to be tense and emotional as a judge hears from families and surviving victims of the Oxford school shooting, Ethan Crumbley could be sentenced to life in prison Friday.