{FD} Critics rip University of California for favoring illegal immigrants over out-of-state Americans

A California university’s decision to put a limit on the number of American citizens it enrolls -- while placing no such restrictions on illegal immigrants who want to attend the school -- is drawing sharp criticism from education activists.

{FD} Penn State ex-President Spanier, other administrators sentenced in Sandusky case

Ex-Penn State President Graham Spanier and two other former school administrators were sentenced Friday to at least two months in jail each for failing to report now-convicted sexual predator Jerry Sandusky to law enforcement.

{FD} Cal State San Marcos sued by pro-life students

The Students for Life at California State University San Marcos, a pro-life group, and the organization's president, Nathan Apodaca, took the legal action after the university denied the group access for funds to host a pro-life speaker on campus.

{FD} Veteran walks in graduation 61 years after being drafted

Richard Veres graduated from Fenn College in 1956, the predecessor of Cleveland State University, with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. However, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and never had a chance to walk in the commencement with his classmates. 61 years later, the 84-year-old had that chance to walk across the stage at CSU.

{FD} The Latest: Penn State regrets that official missed funeral

The Latest on comments by the parents of a Penn State student who died in February after an alcohol-fueled fraternity pledge event (all times local): 5:30 p.m. Penn State officials say the school should have sent an administrator to the funeral of an engineering student who died in February after falling several times after an alcohol-fueled fraternity event.

{FD} Frat kicked off Arizona campus after threatening to kill ‘hazing rats’

A fraternity at the University of Arizona has been booted off campus for at least four years for allegedly hazing pledges by forcing them to assemble puzzles while boozed-up and blindfolded — and witnesses were warned that “rats” would be killed.

{FD} Yale professor discusses best-selling book ‘On Tyranny’

Yale University professor Timothy Snyder was so alarmed by Donald Trump's election that he posted a list on Facebook of "20 Lessons from the 20th Century on How to Survive in Trump's America." His advice ranged from "Be kind to our language" to "Believe in truth" to "Do not obey in advance." The list went viral, and the Penguin Random House imprint Tim Duggan Books released an expanded, pocket-sized edition of Snyder's warnings that quickly reached high on Amazon.com's best-seller list.

{FD} Money to prep poor kids for college? Sorry, wrong size type

Dozens of universities and organizations that applied for federal grants to help young people from poor families prepare for college were turned down by the U.S. Education Department because of mistakes that consisted mostly of incorrect margins, the wrong size type or lack of double-spacing.

{FD} Frat member told 911: ‘We have a friend who’s unconscious’

A Penn State University fraternity member calling 911 for help in a case that has led to charges against 18 students following an alcohol-fueled party calmly told a dispatcher "we have a friend who's unconscious." The call from Beta Theta Pi member Ryan McCann wasn't made for nearly 12 hours after Timothy Piazza fell face-first down a basement stairway Feb. 2.