Clemson students have been organizing over the past two years on issues of racism and inclusion. What if the Clemson Tigers decided to do what the Missouri Tigers did?
Why studying South Carolina's history led to one graduate student's activism -- and how that experience informs his reflections on the Charleston killing.
At the root of today's racial troubles on campuses is the past, when most American universities were intimately connected to slave trade and slavery. Harvard, Princeton, Brown were no exception.
Four former university presidents speak up for the liberal arts.