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The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, also known as DKE, sued Wesleyan University after  its members were told they wouldn’t be allowed to live in their house next school year.
5/20/2015
Gender equity or a move to shutter traditional fraternities?
Established in 2008 and open to its first class in 2010, NYU Abu Dhabi has grown to a Class of 2018 with 263 students from 79 countries. (Photo: Silvia Razgova and Phil Cheung)
4/30/2015
The benefits and pitfalls of establishing an overseas campus
While it can be risky for people with physical disabilities to navigate between facilities outdoors, tunnels on campuses such as Wright State U allow for smooth building-to-building movement.
4/30/2015
Addressing need-to-know and curious-about questions related to pedestrian passageways and maintenance tunnels below campus
Seniors line up by Sweet Briar’s library prior to commencement. (Photo: Photo by Andrew Locascio/Sweet Briar College)
4/29/2015
Colleges reset tuition, expand programs to withstand higher ed market pressures

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