- Jan 25, 2021
A Catholic university in Cincinnati will appoint the first woman to lead the school in its 190-year history, school officials announced Monday.
Creighton University plans to divest from fossil fuels over the next decade and turn toward investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and a shortage of nurses and other health care workers to treat patients with COVID-19, a Catholic university in Baton Rouge has been graduating nursing students early and accelerating its respiratory therapy program for seniors.
In a school year turned upside down by the pandemic, groups of students at the Marianist-run University of Dayton in Ohio have been striving to keep some things constant: Supporting each other in their faith and reaching out to the school community.
A well-known Catholic professor will be allowed to return to teaching and the ministry with restrictions after an inquiry found he misbehaved sexually in the 1990s but not against minors, church officials in Iowa announced Tuesday.
A Connecticut college has settled a lawsuit over the death of a student who choked on pancakes during an eating contest on campus in 2017.