Trail Mix: Today's College News

Everything that happened in college news around the world.


Here's a rundown of the biggest stories in collegeland on Monday:

- A University of California—Irvine disciplinary committee ruled that a Muslim student group should be suspended because of a protest of the Israeli ambassador to the United States that resulted in 11 arrests, based on documents released Monday, the Associated Press reports. Israel's Ambassador to the United States Michael Oren spoke at UC—Irvine in February, and while the Muslim Student Union condemned the visit, the leaders of the group said they did not organize the protests that ensued.

- College sports continue to teeter on the brink of colossal change, reports. Everyone is watching the Big 12, where the University of Texas is still deciding between joining the Pac-10 Conference or staying in the Big 12 Conference.

- Inside Higher Ed writes about online education and Christian universities, who the IHE says are setting themselves apart from traditional, nonaffiliated schools.

- Stanford University is thinking about cracking down on "conflict materials," the New York Times reports.

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