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Topic - Board Of Trustees
Students at New Hampshire's Dartmouth College will see tuition go up nearly 3 percent for the next academic year.
Penn State University says it's on pace to receive a record number of applications.
Construction has started on a project called Rick's House on the campus of Methodist Manor of the Pee Dee which will soon be a place to call home for four special needs men.
A longtime member of the Penn State University Board of Trustees has resigned, saying he regrets his vote to fire Hall of Fame football coach Joe Paterno days after the arrest of Jerry Sandusky on child sexual abuse charges.
Joe Aguillard could soon receive a contract extension to remain at the private Baptist school in Pineville.
Undergraduate tuition at Duke University will increase 4 percent to $45,800 a year following approval by the school's Board of Trustees.
In a story Feb. 26 about a misconduct investigation at the University of Connecticut, The Associated Press in one instance erroneously reported the identity of the person described in emails to the university as having abused children. The emails identified the person as Robert Miller, a music professor, not David Woods, former dean of fine arts. An investigative report accuses Woods of not taking appropriate action after learning of the allegations against Miller.
Gustavus Adolphus College has named its next president, and for the first time in the school's 152-year history, that president is a woman.
The newly installed acting president at Mid-Continent University says he expects the school to remain open through the end of the semester despite financial woes.
The men's golf program at Furman is getting to tee it up a little longer.
Purdue University's board of trustees has awarded a posthumous degree to a student who was fatally shot and stabbed last month during a campus attack.
Former Gov. William Winter is celebrating his 91st birthday Friday much as he did last year - as director of proceedings for the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration.
The Hancock Medical Board of Trustees has approved a two-year management agreement for Ochsner Health System to manage Hancock Medical Center.
The head of the Vermont State Fair has been removed from his post and the organization is conducting an internal audit.
The president of the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii and the owner of furniture retailer C.S. Wo & Sons are among five new members of the board at the Queen's Health Systems.