Sharon L. Walker, the first female dean of the college of engineering at Drexel, will begin her job Sept. 1.
Dominique Oglesby's family wants patrons of the Galaxy West Bar & Grill who may have seen what happened Sunday to notify authorities.
He will discuss the idea at a national conference of college presidents to be held in Chicago in April.
Bermuda investigators say St. Joseph's University freshman Mark Dombroski was not 'bound or tied up,' contrary to social media rumors. His wallet and cellphone were with him. An autopsy will be conducted tomorrow.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Education Secretary Betsy DeVos faced tough questions from House Democrats on Tuesday on gun control, racial bias and civil rights as she sought to defend funding cuts for her agency.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Melania Trump pushed back against critics Tuesday, declaring her commitment to combating cyberbullying despite the hits she has endured for taking on the issue while her husband routinely goes on Twitter to berate foes and call them names.
The president of the Philadelphia NAACP says that Temple University should consider building its new football stadium Rittenhouse, rather than in the North Philadelphia site chosen for the project.
Ashraya Ananthanarayanan, 17, has already taken so many college-level classes at the Ivy League school that when she arrives on the Cambridge, Massachusetts, campus as a full-time student in September she'll be considered a senior.
The foundation is also hiring a collections assessment project manager to pore over holdings still at Merion and Ker-Feal, the Barnes Chester County summer house.
The Department of Education issued guidelines in 2014 after its Office of Civil Rights reported that black students are suspended and expelled at three times the rate of white students.
The search for St. Joseph's University freshman Mark Dombroski, who went missing in Bermuda over the weekend, ended Monday afternoon when his body was found in a moat outside a colonial-era fort, police said.
Art has already been moved to Christie's auction house in New York and is being readied for sale in mid-April. But students and faculty remain unhappy about the La Salle decision to sell off many of the museum's best holdings.
Members of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity will continue to face involuntary manslaughter, hazing, and other charges.