A reporter owns up to writing the "misworded" post that described an act of sexual misconduct as seemingly "harmless fun."
Kahlil Greene said he pursued the top position at his university to "amplify the voices of the underserved communities on campus.”
Former Secretary of State John Kerry answered questions on climate change for Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), who didn’t appear to be familiar with the definition of political science.
College students are reacting to “Operation Varsity Blues,” an FBI investigation of an elite college admissions scandal.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is charging nearly 50 people for participating in a nationwide bribery ring that U.S. attorney Andrew Lelling called the “largest college admission scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice.”
The lawsuit, filed by students who say they've been sexually assaulted, accuse the school of violating Title IX and the Fair Housing Act.
President Donald Trump's bonkers "stable genius" claim took sixth spot in Yale Law School librarian Fred Shapiro's annual list.
“There’s still a lot of anger and disappointment in the halls" over Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation, a student there said.
Chachi Chatters posted a story about the legendary singer and pizza that seemed too good to be true. But it really happened.
Robert Post warned that Kavanaugh, a Yale alumnus, will undermine the Supreme Court’s "claim to legitimacy."
The second woman to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct released a searing statement ahead of his confirmation vote.
The FBI interviewed just nine people about the Supreme Court nominee. This isn't what a thorough investigation looks like.
This was not a real investigation.
James Roche is one of the latest college classmates of the Supreme Court nominee to come forward to dispute the judge’s Senate testimony.
New text messages suggest the Supreme Court nominee and his lawyers contacted old classmates in an effort to discredit Deborah Ramirez, NBC reports.
Chad Ludington, who went to Yale with Kavanaugh, told the New York Times he often saw Kavanaugh “staggering from alcohol consumption.”
The Supreme Court nominee is an alumnus of the law school.
"There was this sense that we were responsible for what men did to us," one former student said.
Three men who knew the judge at Yale say the allegations should be probed in a “fair and credible” way.
Deborah Ramirez told The New Yorker that Kavanaugh thrust his penis in her face at a dorm party at Yale University in the early 1980s.