Two Colleges Bound by History Are Roiled by the Me-Too Moment

Spelman and Morehouse, the historically black colleges in Atlanta, are among a number of schools nationwide fielding complaints about sexual misconduct.

The Paradise Papers: Endowments Boom as Colleges Bury Earnings Overseas

American universities are using offshore strategies to swell their coffers, skirt taxes and obscure investments that could spark campus protests.

Judge Drops Rape Case Against U.S.C. Student, Citing Video Evidence

By HANNAH ALANI August 5, 2017 In the early hours of April 1, neither student at the University of Southern California knew what the other had had to drink. An Uber was called, and the male student was seen on video following the female student into her...

At a Moment of Success, U.S.C. Is Rocked by Scandal

By ADAM NAGOURNEY and JENNIFER MEDINA July 25, 2017 LOS ANGELES — When the University of Southern California lured a world-class ophthalmologist to run its medical school 10 years ago, it was part of a long, concerted effort to transform...

U.S.C. Moves to Fire Former Medical School Dean Over Drug Allegations

By HANNAH ALANI July 22, 2017 The University of Southern California said on Friday it was moving to fire the former dean of its medical school, Dr. Carmen Puliafito, after revelations that he had engaged in drug use during his tenure. The doctor was...