Law & Regulation - Diverse Military

Veterans’ Groups Want to Keep Rules on For-Profits

by Natalie Gross | September 28, 2017
Dozens of military and veteran service organizations are pushing back against the Department of [...] Read more

W.G.U. Might Have to Pay Back $712 M in Aid

by Shalina Chatlani | September 28, 2017
In a review of Western Governors University’s online courses, the Education Department [...] Read more

Purdue-Kaplan Online Plan Clears Federal Hurdle

by Arika Herron | September 21, 2017
Purdue University says the U.S. Department of Education has signed off on the college’s p [...] Read more

V.A. Wants to Waive Anti-Corruption Rule

by Aaron Glantz | September 19, 2017
The Trump administration is seeking to waive a 50-year-old anti-corruption law that prevents of [...] Read more

Transgender ROTC Student Finds Support

by Rebekah Alvey | September 15, 2017
Morgantown junior Levi Hanson was undecided about what he wanted to do in the future or what to [...] Read more

Why Are Universities Buying Military Arms?

by Frank G. Karioris | September 15, 2017
Sending an ominous signal to student protest movements nationwide, universities across the US a [...] Read more

California Law Will Help Vets Become Farmers, Ranchers

by Lance Armstrong | September 12, 2017
Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept. 1 signed Assembly Bill (AB) 376 into law. The bill is designed to ass [...] Read more

ROTC Cadets Anxious About Transgender Ban

by Langley Smith and Maggie Schaller | September 08, 2017
Cell phone and laptop screens lit up on the morning of July 26 with a tweet from President Dona [...] Read more