Hayden Fry, who helped the University of Iowa Hawkeyes football program return to national prominence in his 20 seasons as head coach, died Tuesday after battling cancer, according to Fry's family. He was 90 years old.
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An Indiana University fraternity has been suspended from activities amid allegations of a physical assault and the use of anti-Semitic and racial slurs, the university says.
Louisiana State University quarterback Joe Burrow became the second player in school history to win the Heisman Memorial Trophy Saturday.
Family, friends and community members paid tribute Friday to the life of Pete Frates, who used his ALS diagnosis to raise millions of dollars for supporting ALS research and patient care.
The US Military Academy removed a longtime motto from its football team's spirit flag because the phrase is linked to hate groups, the academy said in a statement on Monday.
Constitutional law expert Jonathan Turley says his testimony Wednesday against impeaching President Donald Trump has led to a barrage of threats against him.
Scientists say they have made a breakthrough on developing a contraceptive pill that only needs to be taken once a month.
Doctors at Duke University Medical Center this month
Both the victims killed in a terror attack near London Bridge were University of Cambridge graduates, London's Metropolitan Police said Sunday.
Pat Sullivan, the former Auburn University quarterback who won the school's first Heisman Trophy in 1971 and went on to play in the NFL, has died. He was 69.
Years before Usman Khan was shot and killed by police after London Bridge stabbing, authorities said he planned to start a "terrorist military training facility."
The University of Central Florida has placed a sorority on interim suspension following allegations of hazing and alcohol misconduct.
Ole Miss went from potentially tying the game against Mississippi State in the Egg Bowl last night to an embarrassing one-point loss thanks to the antics of wide receiver Elijah Moore.
The Harvard-Yale football game was delayed Saturday after more than a hundred students and alumni flooded the field to protest against the schools' endowments from fossil fuel companies.
Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky was resentenced Friday to 30 to 60 years in prison, the same penalty that was previously overturned, according to Kendra Miknis, court administrator for Centre County in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.
A former Boston College student accused of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself appears to have pleaded with him to "stop," according to text messages released by a public relations firm representing her.
IBM's fast-talking AI machine was the major attraction of a sell-out debate at Cambridge University on Thursday. But while it might have been responsible for drawing the crowds, it didn't quite match up to its human counterparts on the debate stage.
Two Harvard University minority students have been elected president and vice president of the Undergraduate Council after running a campaign focused on inclusion and diversity.
At Syracuse University's wellness center, it's hard to find a clear path these days to even take a step. Students often cover nearly every inch of the entry hall -- sitting on the floor, talking, eating meals, doing homework, sometimes spending the night.
All social activities of fraternities at Syracuse University have been suspended for the rest of the fall semester following the latest in a string of incidents involving racism, according to a statement from the university's chancellor.
The family and friends of Alexis Crawford gathered in Athens, Georgia, on Saturday to honor the memory of the 21-year-old Clark Atlanta University student who police say was killed by her roommate and her roommate's boyfriend.
In a reflection of the federal government in miniature, the student body president of the University of Florida is facing impeachment for allegedly abusing his power to benefit a Trump.
Nine University of Southern California students have died since the start of the semester, the school said Tuesday -- an unusually high rate that moved university officials to send students a letter about the issue over the weekend.
A Clark Atlanta University student accused in the death of her roommate was a close friend who had spent holidays with the victim's family, a family spokesman said Sunday.