A University of Utah student was arrested Wednesday and accused of making terroristic threats by posting on social media on the day of a Utes football game that she was going to detonate the nuclear reactor on campus if the team didn’t win, officials said.
A last-minute bill that sailed through the Legislature may leave Cal State University on the hook for nearly $900 million in new costs over the next decade — possibly forcing it to raise tuition for only the second time in more than a decade.
Despite major COVID-19 disruptions, a survey study involving more than 8,300 students at 29 colleges and universities revealed that most maintained their trust in their institutions, at least in the early pandemic months.
Interim president of the University of Oregon Patrick Phillips issued a statement condemning the vulgar, anti-Mormon chant from the student section during last week’s game against BYU.
UVM president forcefully denied claims Thursday that administrators failed to address allegations of antisemitism following revelations that federal officials had launched an investigation into the university.